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  • Our Eighth Grade Homeschool Curriculum
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    Our Eighth Grade Homeschool Curriculum

    When I began homeschooling my oldest daughter in the fall of 2014, I was a mama of one with my second on the way. Since then, my family has grown to four children. My oldest two have so far finished preschool, kindergarten, and first grade. My son will finish second grade this fall. My oldest […] More

  • Seventh Grade Homeschool Curriculum
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    Our Seventh Grade Homeschool Curriculum

    I began homeschooling my oldest daughter in the fall of 2014. Since that time, our family has grown to a total of four kids. My oldest two have so far finished preschool, kindergarten, and first grade. My son will finish second grade this fall. My oldest has also finished third grade, fourth grade, and fifth […] More

  • Our Sixth Grade Homeschool Curriculum
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    Our Sixth Grade Homeschool Curriculum

    I have been homeschooling my four children since the fall of 2014. My oldest two have so far finished preschool and my third will finish this fall. My oldest two have also finished kindergarten while my third will begin sometime in November. My oldest has also completed first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade, […] More

  • Our Fifth Grade Homeschool Curriculum
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    Our Fifth Grade Homeschool Curriculum

    Do you plan to homeschool your child at the fifth grade level? Are you feeling uncertain about where to begin or which materials to use? Because no single curriculum is a perfect fit for every family or even every child, homeschooling allows for the freedom to choose materials that work for each individual. Although I […] More

  • Our Fourth Grade Homeschool Curriculum
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    Our Fourth Grade Homeschool Curriculum

    Are you planning on homeschooling your child at the fourth grade level? Are you unsure about where to begin or what materials to use? One benefit of homeschooling is the freedom to choose materials that work for your children. No single curriculum is a perfect fit for every family or even every child. Within my […] More

  • Our Third Grade Homeschool Curriculum
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    Our Third Grade Homeschool Curriculum

    Are you planning on homeschooling your child at the third grade level? Are you not quite certain about where to begin or what materials to use? One of the benefits of homeschooling is the freedom to choose materials that work for your kiddos. No single curriculum is a perfect fit for every family. Even within […] More

  • Our Second Grade Homeschool Curriculum
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    Our Second Grade Homeschool Curriculum

    Do you plan to homeschool your second grader? Do you have questions about where to start and how to begin? One of my favorite benefits of homeschooling is the ability to customize the curriculum to the child. Every child is different, so every educational experience must be different too. I have generally used the same […] More

  • Our First Grade Homeschool Curriculum
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    Our First Grade Homeschool Curriculum

    Are you planning on homeschooling your first grader? Are you uncertain where to begin or which materials to choose? One of my favorite benefits of homeschooling is the ability to choose a curriculum that works for your kids. Every child is different, so every education must be different as well. While I have generally used […] More

  • Our Kindergarten Homeschool Curriculum
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    Our Kindergarten Homeschool Curriculum

    Are you considering homeschooling your kindergartener but are unsure where to start or which materials to select? One of the advantages of homeschooling is the flexibility to tailor the curriculum to suit the needs of your child. You cannot approach education with a one-size-fits-all approach because each child is different. Even within my own family, […] More

  • Mary Stevenson Cassatt (Impressionism): Art Lesson Plan
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    Mary Stevenson Cassatt (Impressionism): Art Lesson Plan

    Mary Stevenson Cassatt (May 22, 1844 to June 14, 1926, age 82) was an American painter who was born in Allegheny City, Pennsylvania into an upper-middle-class family but who lived most of her adult life in France where she befriended Edgar Degas. Her parents believed that girls should be educated, so she attended school and […] More

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