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  • Pumpkin Seed Press – a Return to Family Values

    43668 355th Ave Humphrey, NE 68642 Phone: 402.276.0370 www.PumpkinSeedPress.net by Sarah Foster-Smith Parents today are faced with an all-out assault on traditional Christian family values. Through T.V., magazines, social media, and virtually everywhere online, children are constantly faced with a barrage of images and content being thrown at them. Nearly everywhere they turn, advertisers are Continue Reading

  • Word Workout Program from The Word Workshop

    http://www.thewordworkshop.com The Word Workshop’s workbooks and computer programs are designed to help students in junior high, high school, community college, or adult education programs. These materials are appropriate for students who . . . need to improve their current academic performance, and may have hopes or plans for further schooling … perhaps a college degree, Continue Reading

  • Filling the Empty Dad

    www.homeschoolmagazine.com By Michael Leppert Since post WWII, the role of fathers has been mostly away from home. Homeschooling fathers have the opportunity to experience a closeness with their families that was common in Colonial America. Most of us dads don’t realize it, but our children often don’t have a clue who we are. We go Continue Reading

  • Success Reading Product Assessment

    By Valerie Schuetta, M.Ed. As an elementary school teacher, Reading Specialist/Interventionist, and former English Language Learner teacher, I am always on the hunt for new materials that will help my students become better readers. I would like to tell you about a wonderful resource that includes Phonics cards and Phonics game cards from Success Reading. Continue Reading

  • The Art of Ancient Origami, & the 8-year-old Californian Homeschooled Boy Creating Infinite Paper-folding Possibilities, Giancarlo.

    By Karla Mundo It has been Giancarlo’s innate curiosity that has taken him into learning the elaborated folding process of Origami. Giancarlo, although not Japanese, has been exposed to many languages, cultures and world history, which has helped Giancarlo to develop empathy towards the variety of people who live in the United States. What makes Continue Reading