Homeschool Pride

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New lapbook templates, lapbooks, mini lapbooks, homeschool journal entries, used books for sale, helpful tips and Homeschool Place submissions and more are updated frequently. By subscribing to the RSS feed for Homeschool Pride Blog you won't miss an update.

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Feb 20, 2014

Getting ready for kindergarten

When my son was 2 ½ years old he watched the Leapfrog Letter Sounds video. The next morning he started singing the song that goes with each letter. We

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Mar 12, 2010

Contribute To Resources 4 Homeschoolers

Would you like to share your knowledge about homeschooling? Great, find out how you can submit your story or tip here.

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Dec 17, 2009

Resources 4 Homeschoolers

Not the typical homeschool website. This site is designed to help you by providing information and resources you need to homeschool, beyond the basics.

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Jun 05, 2009

Homeschool Journal 2

Our Daily Homeschool Journal 2 is for you if you wonder about the daily grind of homeschooling? Check out semester 2 of our journal as we log our day to day events.

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Jun 01, 2009

In teaching History or other subjects requiring memorization, can you suggest a good strategy to help students become interested and not bored?

In teaching History or other subjects that require memorization, what is a good strategy or teaching technique to keep the students interested and not

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