Planning for Fall Projects: 3 Easy Steps

With summer winding down, it is time to focus your energies on new projects. You may be ready to take advantage of off-season travel bargains. Perhaps you want to stay close to home and start some improvement projects. Maybe you are ready to enroll in school. Whatever your undertaking, the same four steps apply. 1. […]

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11th Grade Curriculum

10 years of homeschooling has passed us by – my daughter is about to start her 11th year homeschooling. This is her first year in Senior High School and we have decided to keep homeschooling under Homeschool Global using the WCFS (Wellspring Christian Family School) US accreditation track. We are quite excited as to what […]

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Transitioning to Online Work

Since March, we have been on lockdown. As a family, we don’t go out of the house and all our work thankfully can be done at home. As a tutor, my work has now shifted to online tutoring. I needed to set up a workstation at the house, and get some gears for my work […]

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3 Important Topics To Discuss With Any Child Care Facility

There is nothing more important than the well being of your children, especially when you must entrust them to a child care facility while you work. Below are three extremely important topics to discuss with potential child care or daycare facilities before you start sending your babies or children to their institution. Security The most […]

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3 Ways To Make Sunday School Fun for Kids

Every Sunday school teacher wants kids to be attentive as they learn about the Bible. Often lessons fall into a predictable routine of storytelling followed by crafts. Kids love variety, fun and spontaneity. Mixing up the activities and doing things differently will get their attention. Here are three ways to liven up your Sunday school […]

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