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Why Homeschool? Because, There is No School Like Home.

There is no school like home. That could actually be the entirety of this post, but I will expand on it and explain why. First, schools tend to send home hours and hours of nonsensical homework. Parents of and children attending school outside the home spend all day a part from each other, only to have family time between school and bedtime curtailed by homework. Homeschooling allows the parent to set the “school hours”, and because homeschooling is a way of life, even non- “school hours” are full of learning opportunities. Homework is not necessary. In Wyoming, standardized testing is…

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Which Box Does Your Child Fit in? The Problem With Educational Standards

Confession: I love “Doctor Who“, almost as much as my 7 year old daughter, who is most definitely a “Whovian”. So what does “Doctor Who” have to do with education? Well, besides traveling back in time to visit historical people and witness historical events, “Doctor Who” shows us that one size doesn’t fit all. Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are a copyrighted set of academic standard that were adopted by nearly every state in the union. The “appeal” to the states was the grant money promised by the federal government if the state agreed to implement the CCSS, join a CCSS…

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You Have Educational Choices: Here are the Pros and Cons of Each

    What are the pros and cons of the various educational opportunities available to us? Let’s find out! Public Education Pros: -It is “Free” -Most teachers are fluent in the subject they teach -Transportation to and from school is “free”. -Your children have access to school sanction sports, activities and clubs. Cons: -“Free”- isn’t free, it is paid for with tax payer dollars… And when it comes to “free” remember, you get what you pay for…. -Common Core is mandatory and soon Next Generation Science Standards will be. Click here to learn more about Common Core and here to…

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So, You Are Thinking About Homeschooling…

Click here to see the Wyoming Homechool Laws for the 2015-2016 School Year. Homeschooling. The thought seems overwhelming and exciting, and back to overwhelming… And the negativity from family and friends who think you are insane doesn’t help the feeling of being utterly overwhelmed… Well never fear, we are here to help you! We want to be there for you when you feel like you are drowning in a sea of curriculum and style choices. We want to be there for you when you feel like your family and friends couldn’t possibly be more hurtful. There are a few things…

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    • Life of George Washington Carver Coloring Book-Level C February 21, 2019
      Publisher: Write Bonnie RoseLife of George Washington Carver Coloring Book-Level C: Help your students get to know the life and history of this famous inventor with 22 coloring pages with large cursive copywork that is perfect for young writers. They can see where he was born and went to school; see his lab at the […]
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      Publisher: Write Bonnie RoseLife of George Washington Carver Coloring Book-Level B: Help your students get to know the life and history of this famous inventor with 22 coloring pages with large print copywork that is perfect for young writers. They can see where he was born and went to school; see his lab at the […]
    • Valley Forge Coloring Book-Level C February 21, 2019
      Publisher: Write Bonnie RoseTwelve coloring pages with large cursive copywork to trace are perfect for young writers. Meet George Washington, Marquis de Lafayette, von Steuben, and soldiers; spot cabins, cannons, Washington’s headquarters and more! This is a fun way to combine history and handwriting practice. A note about coloring book levels: Level A: Coloring pages […]
    • Valley Forge Coloring Book-Level B February 21, 2019
      Publisher: Write Bonnie RoseTwelve coloring pages with large print copywork to trace are perfect for young writers. Meet George Washington, Marquis de Lafayette, von Steuben, and soldiers; spot cabins, cannons, Washington’s headquarters and more! This is a fun way to combine history and handwriting practice. A note about coloring book levels: Level A: Coloring pages […]
    • Earthquakes Terminology & Print Copywork February 20, 2019
      Publisher: Write Bonnie RoseHelp students learn the terminology of earthquakes with this print copywork. Students copy 20 keywords and their definitions. Each copywork page also includes a border with geometric patterns that students can color and use to design patterns if they wish. Keywords covered are earthquake, crust, upper mantle, lithosphere, seismometer, seismogram, magnitude, Richter […]
    • Earthquakes Terminology & Cursive Copywork February 20, 2019
      Publisher: Write Bonnie RoseHelp students learn the terminology of earthquakes with this cursive copywork. Students copy 20 keywords and their definitions. Each copywork page also includes a border with geometric patterns that students can color and use to design patterns if they wish. Keywords covered are earthquake, crust, upper mantle, lithosphere, seismometer, seismogram, magnitude, Richter […]
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      Publisher: Write Bonnie RoseWith the Historic Earthquakes Notebooking Journal, students have the opportunity to investigate 35 earthquakes from around the world. Earthquakes covered range from 464 BC to 2011 and have changed history in places including Greece, Egypt, Italy, Iran, China, Japan, the United States, New Zealand, and many other places. Space is given for […]
    • New World Explorers Loop Cards February 20, 2019
      Publisher: Write Bonnie RoseThis New World explorer-themed “I Have, Who Has” game is a fun way for the whole class to have fun and get involved, and instructions for a single player are also included. 12 questions and answers cover basic facts about Jacques Cartier, Francisco de Coronado, Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, Christopher Columbus, Francisco […]
    • Leaders of the American Revolution Loop Cards February 20, 2019
      Publisher: Write Bonnie RoseThis American Revolution-themed “I Have, Who Has” game is a fun way for the whole class to have fun and get involved, and instructions for a single player are also included. 22 questions and answers cover basic facts about Abigail and John Adams; Sam Adams; Ethan Allen; John Burgoyne; Henry Clinton; Charles […]
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      Publisher: Write Bonnie RoseIs there more to snow than meets the eye? What is the difference between a snow crystal and a snowflake? Dive into this earth science unit to discover these answers and many more. Learn how a snowflake begins with water vapor and cools until it forms a delicate snow crystal. Take a […]