education

5 Ways to Use Redeemed Reader for School

Apples, new pencils, pumpkin spice, and the hint of a cool breeze—must be September—and a new school year! Did you know you can use Redeemed ...
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God Will Provide … Yes, Even the Books

My friends, have you been swapping books? Last week, I got to visit three young friends of mine (and their mother). I traded wildflowers from ...
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Homeschool Resources Worth the Money

Are You Homeschooling in 2020? This school year is starting off like no other, isn't it? My husband and I both grew up attending private ...
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Ordinary Homeschooling: Just serve dinner.

This is a dangerous post. If you’re like me, you’ll see the resources that our family has chosen and think “Ooh, THAT’s what I need ...
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Voyages of Discovery, or, How NOT to “Teach Reading”

Last Sunday marked the 527th anniversary of the day Christopher Columbus first laid eyes, all unknowingly, on "The New World." That discovery radically changed world ...
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Laid-Back Language Arts

Do you remember your middle and high school English classes? Did you diagram sentences? Fill in endless worksheets with "S" for sentence or "F" for ...
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*Land of Hope by Wilfred McClay

Land of Hope offers a balanced, positive, and often inspiring view of American history. *Land of Hope: an Invitation to the Great American Story by ...
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"Early Literacy with Preschoolers" by Gladys Hunt

Gladys Hunt shares some tips for encouraging early literacy in young children in this latest post. For more in our Gladys Hunt series, see The Hive. ...
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