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Case For Christ on Sale!

March 17, 2010


This is really neat! I just posted a review of the book The Case For Christ by Lee Strobel, and I found it at! Actually, what I found was The Case For Christ audio book, something I’ve been wanting for quite a while now. has it on sale for about $21! Yay! The […]

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LEGO Digital Designer Free Software

November 16, 2009

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I haven’t told my son about this new software I just discovered. He’s a LEGO nut, so he’ll be sure to flip! This ought to keep the kids preoccupied for hours and hours, heh heh!! It’s LEGO Digital Designer. Looks VERY cute! I think it could be classified as “educational” (just don’t tell the kids). […]

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A Handy-Dandy Campus Ready App

July 22, 2009

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Got kids getting ready for college? Are you scared? I have to admit– I am! I have two kids on the brink, and my knees are knocking! It is SO COMPLICATED and SO SO COSTLY. Tests, applications, financial papers, going bankrupt…. gah! Isn’t there ANYTHING to make this easier and less expensive?! Actually there is. […]

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A Review of

June 25, 2009


I jumped at the chance to get a free trial from to try out one of their online educational courses. I’ve spoken in support of online education many times. I have only a high school diploma (I know! It must come as a real shocker to you who have been wowed by my brilliance […]

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Search the e-Book Library

June 19, 2009

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Homeschoolers and Lovers of Educations and Books everywhere, hear ye, hear ye! This is one of the greatets educational resources you will have. If you are anything like me and my kids, we do a LOT of research online, we read a LOT of online books. My daughter, a budding historian, is an expert at […]

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Hello, My name is Rebecca… and I Homeschool…

May 28, 2009


There are days when you really need a boost, some kind of motivation to keep on keeping on, even when you are dog-tired. Like this: [insert maniacal, hilarious laughing here] Perfect for the days when the kids won’t shut up and do their work! I love motivational posters. Well, these are motivating for ME anyway. […]

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Review: Drive Thru History, Columbus, the Pilgrims, and Early Boston DVD

May 19, 2009

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OMG!!! We love Dave Stotts. I mean it– we looooove him. That guy has made some of the greatest, funniest, most educational history DVDs evah! His DVDs are the few I will actually purchase, so you know we are nuts about them. We have all the older Drive Thru History DVDs, and we also have […]

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Language Help

May 18, 2009

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Probably the biggest thing that blows my mind about the Internet is the ability for us all– in whatever part of the world we may be– to communicate with each other. English is a difficult language to master, but it seems to have become the official language of the world (at least, for world commerce […]

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SAT Season

April 15, 2009

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June is close approaching. June is the “big” month for the SATs (Scholastic Aptitude Test). We also have them in January; but here in New York State, blizzards are meticulously timed to dump 20 feet of snow on SAT Day, every January. It’s amazing, how coincidental it is. Hee hee! ANYWAY, I want my kids […]

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My Review of Click and Climb Tutoring Service

March 25, 2009

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I recently had the opportunity to check out the Click and Climb online math tutoring service. I’ve never experienced online tutoring (or any tutoring, for that matter) and wanted to give it a go. Click and Climb specializes in mathematics, although I hear they will be adding other subjects soon. Mathematics is perhaps the most […]

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