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Corral Clutter in a Shoe Bag

Corral Homeschool Clutter in a Shoe Bag by Copper Webb   Our homeschool has young students, and we do a lot of hands-on activities throughout the day. Unfortunately, hands-on activities require things for students to put in their hands. Art supplies, math manipulatives, game pieces, craft materials, writing utensils, the

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Practical Ideas for Getting More Organized

I Know It’s Here… Somewhere…. Practical Ideas for Getting More Organized by Vicki Bentley   Although homeschool parents have tasks common to most moms and dads, we also have challenges unique to the 24/7 proximity of our families, the amount of time we may spend in the car

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How to Get Dinner on the Table the Same Day You Homeschool

How to Get Dinner on the Table the SAME DAY You Homeschool   By Vicki Bentley   A recent survey of National Merit scholars of the past 20 years revealed that one common denominator, without exception, was that they came from households who made family dinnertime (as

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Ten Reasons to Homeschool through High School

Why Homeschool through High School? by Elizabeth Smith   When our children reach the high school years, we begin to question whether homeschooling can really provide them with what they need—spiritually, socially, and academically. But homeschooling is effective in high school for the same reasons it is effective

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DIY Book Nook

  DIY Book Nook By Elizabeth Thompson   We are a family of 5 living in 1008 square feet. Living (and homeschooling) with limited space can require some creativity! I enjoy the challenge of packing function and fun into small spaces. One such project was transforming our hall

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The Most Important Question

The Most Important Question by Cheri Reiswig September has faded and October is here, We are now in the rhythm of a new school year. Books line shelves, prepared lessons lie in store, Much time was spent filing and sorting and planning galore. “She’s good in phonics, but not so in math, He’s

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Introducing Epifiction

CHOIS is excited to share this brand new reading program with you, which is being released in Idaho. Be one of the first in the world to try this innovative approach to creating interested readers and eager writers! The company is still testing their product and would

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It’s a Wonderful Homeschool

It's a Wonderful Homeschool

by Mary James Georgia Bailey sighed as she pulled out of the parking lot of the coffee house. Mom’s Night Out meant so much to her and encouraged her tremendously as a home schooling mom, but sometimes these gatherings left her feeling so inadequate. Everyone seemed to

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A 25-Day Countdown To A Character-Filled Christmas

A 25-Day Countdown To A Character-Filled Christmas

Please enjoy this Christmas gift from 2015 CHOIS Keynote Speakers Steve and Megan Scheibner. The gift is Megan’s latest book… “A 25-Day Countdown To A Character-Filled Christmas.” It is a beautifully illustrated e-book that helps people set character goals for the 25 days leading up to Christmas.

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Christmas Gift Picks

Christmas Gift Picks

Looking for engaging, hands-on gifts that will actually be enjoyed by your children? Look no further than Timberdoodle, a crazy-smart company started by a Washington homeschooling family. CHOIS Connection contributor, Copper Webb has compiled her favorite Timberdoodle gift picks for this Christmas season. Click here to view

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