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Homeschooling Twitter Moms

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How To Prepare For A Home School Convention

Home School Conventions are not only a way to improve your skills as a home educator, they are also an opportunity to save on the purchase of Curriculum that is often unique to homeschoolers.  Much…Continue

Tags: convention, homeschool

Started by Roma Cox May 14, 2011.

Video: Free Lesson Plan On The U.S. Constitution

Below is an online link to Websters definition of words 1913 and 1982...simply type in the word, and see the will amaze and and fascinate.…Continue

Started by Roma Cox May 6, 2011.

homeschooling vs public schooling and academic achievement 1 Reply


Started by Lisa Payne-Naeger. Last reply by Roma Cox Apr 25, 2011.

Rein Em' In, Those Darned Free Thinkers! 1 Reply

How much time, energy and money do legislators waste chasing the wrong issues? Why (and my question is rhetorical) are they chasing after those who are, admittedly, doing a great job homeschooling…Continue

Started by Lisa Payne-Naeger. Last reply by Roma Cox Apr 25, 2011.


Winner chooses out of 6 different Value Packs from addition, subtraction, multiplication.Your child will not even know they are learning while they play!!!FOR A CHANCE TO WIN GO TO:…Continue

Started by Nicole L Mar 15, 2011.

Science Resource for kids

Hey all; Spigot Science magazine for kids is an excellent and fun resource for science related topics and lessons.  It's laid out with a main topic then off shots with further study, fun…Continue

Started by Sandie Lee Mar 7, 2011.

Any Homeschool Bloggers Considering/ed Online Degrees? Paid blogging opp. Quick turn-around.

Hi! My name is Ponn Sabra  & I blog at and I homeschool 3 girls who blog at…Continue

Tags: paid, opportunity, muslim, american, blogger

Started by Ponn M. Sabra Mar 1, 2011.

More Missouri Legislation That Undermines Educational Freedom

Missouri legislators are certainly earning their pay this year. While they aren’t going for the big power grab with one single piece of legislation, they certainly have peppered the session with lots…Continue

Started by Lisa Payne-Naeger Feb 22, 2011.

SB 136 and Illinois Legislators Chasing After Homeschoolers?

It's clear that the intent is to wrap the long arms of the government around the homeschooling community and regulate, mandate, control independent home educators. …Continue

Started by Lisa Payne-Naeger Feb 16, 2011.

Announcing - President's Day Writing Contest for Kids 1 Reply

 Announcing…President’s Day Writing Contest!Presidents Day is coming up fast - February 21st! Are you looking for an exciting way to celebrate the holiday? The editors at Imagination-café can help!…Continue

Started by Sandie Lee. Last reply by Sandie Lee Feb 11, 2011.

Homeschooling United

I would like to invite you all to visit my blog: Issues educational and political discussed. Right now, Missouri is fighting "education reform" that is encroaching…Continue

Started by Lisa Payne-Naeger Feb 2, 2011.

FREE Kids Ebook

Krumbs Pet-Detective Feline-Fact-ThievesFREE pdf Book               What's new at Imagination-Cafe…Continue

Started by Sandie Lee Sep 30, 2010.

Scentsy -The Safer Alternative to Candles

 Team ScentTherapy is looking for consultants in ALL areas of the United States AND Canada!  We would love for YOU to join our team!  This is a great opportunity as Scentsy is new and growing!  Get…Continue

Tags: home, candles, direct, sales, at

Started by SafeScents Sep 17, 2010.

E is for Ethics Book GIVEAWAY

Hi All; I reviewed this great little kids' book called 'E is for Ethics.'  Wonderful kid-appropriate information based on "What would you do..." situations. Check it out and leave your name and…Continue

Started by Sandie Lee Sep 14, 2010.

Osmosis Experiment

I'm looking for an osmosis experiment I can do with my kids.  Anyone have a link to an osmosis experiment they've done with their kids?

Tags: homeschool, experiment, osmosis

Started by Jennifer Hock Sep 7, 2010.

Calling All Home Schooling Mamas! 1 Reply

I just started a "Tips Tricks and Hope" Page dedicated to helping moms by moms.  New home-schooling moms, veteran moms, all of us out there.  I wanted to put together a place to commune and gather…Continue

Started by VERONICA FULTON. Last reply by Sandie Lee Aug 29, 2010.

Great Online Resource

Hi Moms; I stumbled across this great site called Super Teachers Worksheets.  It's filled with a ton of FREE downloadable worksheets for K-gr5. Check it out at;…Continue

Started by Sandie Lee Aug 29, 2010.

The Traveling Book Project

 Hi Moms; As some of you know, I'm the Assistant Editor and Blog Editor for Imagination-Cafe Magazine/blog.  We're trying to gather interest (if any) in starting a Traveling Book Project.  The book…Continue

Started by Sandie Lee Aug 28, 2010.

Dragons or Dinosaurs? DVD (Review w/ Giveaway)

Dragons or Dinosaurs? DVD (Review w/ Giveaway)Awesome resource for homeschoolers!  Ends…Continue

Started by flmom Aug 27, 2010.

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Comment by Sandie Lee on January 21, 2012 at 9:03am

Spigot Science Blog is giving away 1 copy of Sticks & Steps Math Made Easy for kids - ends Sunday so check it out and leave me a comment at;

It's FREE to enter =)

Comment by Lynda Ackert on September 12, 2011 at 4:39pm

Most U.S. History courses from elementary to high school will cover a study of the original 13 colonies. When studying History (any History) it is important for students to master 5 skills:

1. Chronological Thinking
2. Historical Comprehension
3. Historical Analysis and Interpretation
4. Historical Research Capabilities
5. Historical Issues-Analysis and Decision-Making

There are a variety of methods that may be chosen to aid students in developing these skills and one of those is notebooking. Notebooking is simply a method in which a child must gather information, think about that information, decide how to best present the information and then create a portfolio notebook displaying the information and what has been learned in the process.

I decided to create this unit (13 Colonies) as my first Notebooking through History project for two reasons:
1. Most U.S. History courses cover the topic
2. Courses typically cover the topic at the beginning of the school year

Preview Notebooking through History: 13 Colonies

Included in this 36 page download are 9 maps to use throughout, 2 timelines, and multiple notebooking pages for students to use as they create their notebook.

Once you've previewed the notebooking pages and you've decided you'd like to download it, click here to go Available Downloads (The download link will # 19 under Notebooking, Lapbooking and Unit Studies.)

One great download to use in conjunction with these notebooking pages is: Story of the 13 Colonies

If you would like to supplement any study of the 13 Colonies, here are some you may want to consider looking for at your local library:

  • From thirteen colonies to one nation (Micklos, John)
  • Making thirteen colonies (Hakim, Joy)
  • The thirteen colonies (Nobleman, Marc Tyler)
  • Food and recipes of the thirteen colonies (Erdosh, George)
  • African-Americans in the thirteen colonies (Kent, Deborah)
  • Colonial America, 1543-1763 (McNeese, Tim)
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Comment by Reasonably Less on July 20, 2011 at 8:00am
Comment by Erin Hale on July 19, 2011 at 6:24pm

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Comment by Loretta D. Boronat on May 11, 2011 at 6:58pm

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Do you know of a child who will be taking his or her 1st Communion this month? We’re sharing some great books to help them understand the importance of the Eucharist on our My Pal and My Sibling Dolls Blog and we’d love to hear about your ideas as well. So, do drop by, share, comment and let us know what you think! While you’re there, do enter to win a LOW ENTRY giveaway for an 18” boy/girl My Pal Doll for Going Green as well!!



Comment by Roma Cox on May 9, 2011 at 3:13pm

Welcome Jennifer,

I left a comment on your website under the article explaining why you decided to homeschool. I love your blog.  The link I referred to there is:

Thinking On Homeschooling? Teachers Are


I am a tutor, hoomeschool workshop leader, curriculum developer and homeschool vendor.  We have  curriculum disguised  as a game that teaches: Phonics, reading (14 early reader books included), phonic blends, basic Spanish (French and any language that uses  the English alphabet),  spelling, vocabulary, language arts all in one curriculum. We also have lots of free lesson plans.


You are cordially invited to take a look at it at our website:


Comment by Jennifer Ryan on May 9, 2011 at 12:39pm
Hi! We are new to homeschooling this year. :) Can't wait to get to know you guys and learn how you make it work. :) Starting this journey and ready to see where it takes us. You can find me here @jenryan9278 on Twitter and here for my blog. :) Hope to see you all soon!

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