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Stop Worrying; Start Homeschooling – Part 2

Do you have worries that keep you from homeshooling? If so, you'll want to listen to the first part of this article. Once you do, you're ready to read worries 6-10. [button link="http://ultimateradioshow.com/stopworrying2" type="big" color="orange" newwindow="yes"]...

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Stop Worrying; Start Homeschooling – Part 1

If worrying is keeping you from homeschooling, I have help for you! We will put five common worries to rest so you can stop worrying and start homeschooling. [button link="http://ultimateradioshow.com/stopworrying" type="big" color="orange" newwindow="yes"] Listen to...

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What is a Homeschool Portfolio and Why Would I Need One?

What is a homeschool portfolio and how can it save our sanity? Read on for inspiration. [button link="http://ultimateradioshow.com/portfolio" type="big" color="orange" newwindow="yes"] Listen to the podcast[/button] First, what is a homeschool portfolio? A homeschool...

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A Sane Approach to College-Prep Homeschooling

[button link="http://ultimateradioshow.com/collegeprep" type="big" color="orange" newwindow="yes"] Listen to the podcast[/button] I am frequently asked about college-prep homeschooling. When some moms consider the high school years as preparation for college, they...

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The Best Language Arts Curriculum for Every Grade

One of the most time-consuming tasks for homeschooling parents is researching curriculum. I’m not only going to tell you what I think are the best choices, but I'm also going to give you access to a free document with all the information in table format. I think...

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Morning Time Music in Your Homeschool

Music appreciation is a wonderful addition to your homeschool's morning time. Music can soothe a cranky baby, get a restless student keeping the beat, and create a peaceful environment. Who doesn't need that? Music in your morning time creates memories and can even...

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How to Be Happy and Homeschool Too

You've read the title for this blog post. Are you wondering if I'm suggesting that happiness and homeschooling are mutually exclusive? Yep. That's exactly what I'm suggesting. I'm thankful my friends Andy and Kendra Fletcher were the first to be honest about it,...

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How to Teach Sign Language in Your Homeschool

Have you thought about teaching sign language in your homeschool? I asked Rochelle Barlow some questions about why and how to get started. You can listen to our conversation on the podcast or read a summary of the interview below. Either way, you'll be blessed!...

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Productivity Inspiration for This Spring

Spring motivates me to get things done. I think it's the return of the sun. Whatever it is, I'm glad! These are six sources of inspiration for me now. To receive the fabulous, time-sensitive sanity savers that I share with friends, be sure to subscribe to the...

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Productivity Inspiration Sanity Savers

Sometimes it isn't about a new app to increase your productivity. Sometimes we just need a little shot of inspiration. That's what this week's list of sanity savers is all about. To get access to time-limited sanity savers, be sure to subscribe. #1 Live to your...

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Teaching Accountability the Painless Way with Chores

I was given free access to the premium version of a chore management app and was compensated for my time. All opinions are my own. We all want our kids to be responsible people who can care for themselves as adults. One of the best ways to teach responsibility is to...

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