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I remember as a kid when that school bell rang and it meant summer break. It also meant we didn’t have to think about school or return until August. Instead, I was busy riding bikes, playing outside, going to the summer movie series, swinging as long and as high as I could, and swimming at the pool every afternoon. When August finally rolled back around, I was refreshed and excited for school.
 
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The study of science knows no season change. There are plants, animals, weather patterns, and more to observe year-round! But summertime does afford some extra time to get more hands-on learning in the backyard.
 
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I have a bag weakness. Whether it be a purse, a tote, laptop bag, or really any type of fabric/leather bag, I may just start swooning. For me, there’s something about a colorful, attractive, well-sewn bag that just makes whatever you are using it for seem more doable or at least more fun.
 
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Are you finding the best way to keep track of all your homeschool materials now that they have arrived? Ideas are everywhere via Facebook, Pinterest and blog posts. Searching to find what will work for you and your family can be tough.
 
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Happy 240th birthday, America! Most everyone has plans for July 4th in this country. The date usually reminds us that summer is in full swing and is filled with fun, food, fellowship, and fireworks! We are blessed as Americans, and celebrating our country’s birth and God’s sovereignty over our nation is very important. We are reminded about our heritage and our future daily. Our national news, local news, social media keep these ideas present in our prayers, the way we vote, and the way we educate our children.
 
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(In the style of "The Screwtape Letters")
Although we realize it is not always possible, the best way to build a reluctant reader is to avoid reading to your child. Not only should you avoid funny and meaningful chapter books read aloud to your whole family, but you should also avoid reading little things you may not even connect to literacy. For instance, don’t read his birthday card from Grandma or the highway signs as you are traveling.
 
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Many families are wrapping up their academic lessons for this school year and are looking ahead to the next. In addition to homeschooling this time of year, our consultants are supporting and encouraging homeschooling families. One of the greatest benefits families receive from ordering BJU Press materials from a HomeWorks Consultant is year-round support. Our consultants also plan activities and events to help families find the best fit for their children’s needs using BJU Press materials.
 
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This is part three of our blog series on a listing of our favorite products that HomeWorks finds to be helpful to homeschooling parents and are tried and tested in many of our own homes. You can find parts one and two by linking on to the highlighted words here or on our HomeWorks by Precept website. If you’d like to know more about great materials, please contact a HomeWorks Consultant who can tell you more about the products and inform you of special pricing and shipping!
 
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In our last blog post, we began to list of our favorite products that HomeWorks finds to be helpful to homeschooling parents and are tried and tested in many of our own homes. We continue this second part of the three- part series with more of our favorites! If you’d like to know more about these, please contact a HomeWorks Consultant who can tell you more about the products and inform you of special pricing and shipping!
 
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“Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens”—these are a few of Maria’s favorite things in The Sound of Music. Most of us tend to gravitate toward things we like best and that work for us, like a favorite recipe your whole family enjoys, a favorite pair of earrings your friends noticed and complimented, or an author that really speaks to your interests. Here at HomeWorks we have “favorite things” too. This is the first of a three-part series in which I share many of them with you! Some are items from BJU Press, and some are other items we carry because we find them to be helpful and many families have seen success using them. Contact a HomeWorks Consultant for more details.
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