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Home-made Valentines
Making your own valentines can be a tremendously rewarding experience. It is a fun homeschool activity for the whole co-op or just your family. This is much preferable than buying overpriced store bought valentines. Although these valentines come wi
Easter in the Homeschool: Homeschooling Recipes at Easter
Welcome to The Southern Baptist Academy's Easter Recipe's page! It is our hope that you and your homeschooling family will enjoy one or many of the following Easter recipes. Enjoy! Twin Groves: Try out these different recipes for Easter Ham. More th
Easter in the Homeschool: a Closer Look at Easter History
Christian homeschoolers celebrate Easter every spring as a way to celebrate and remember the death of Christ and his subsequent resurrection from the dead three days later. However, Easter is actually rooted in surprising pagan mythology. Christian
The Groundhog Day Story
Groundhog Day is held on the second of February each month. This day is considered a cross-quarter day, falling between the Winter Solstice and the Vernal Equinox. It is said that if the groundhog emerges from its burrow on the second of February an
Handwriting: Homeschool Students Learn Cursive
Teaching cursive in a homeschool setting is a joy. Setting your child off on a path of good writing will prepare your child for college essay writing and filling out applications for the workplace. Nothing makes a worse impression than sloppy or ill
Handwriting: Homeschool Handwriting Tips
Handwriting in the homeschool can be a fun way to develop a childs understanding of the written word and provide them with a valuable skill that will undoubtedly serve him or her later in life. Some parents will receive complaints from their childre
Autumnal Crafts
Some people associate autumn with the death of summer. I see it as a gorgeous, vibrant, colorful time where fiery reds, oranges, and yellows compete for our attention. Crisp wind lively plays among the fallen leaves. Warm cocoa and crackling fires
Home-schooling at Easter: Home-schooling Activities for Easter
Welcome to our Easter activities page. We hope that you enjoy all of these wonderful Easter activities. Feel free to use them for a home-school art course or just for fun! Why is Easter so Happy?: It's important for home-schooling parents to teach t
Sex in the Public Schools
The Washington Post states that 900,000 teenage girls become pregnant each year. According to another study, one in four American teenagers contract an STD each year. These statistics naturally strike fear into the heart of every parent, especially
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