Tag: books

Elementary Books for Bored Readers

Need some elementary books for some bored readers? I had 2 kids who were reluctant or struggling readers when they were starting out. One had dyslexia, the other just didn’t care. For both of them, sitting still to decipher some boring, cryptic book was no good! They needed some books that made reading less painful!…

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Homeschooler Bored with Reading? Try These 5 Ideas

It was 2006, and I was a failure. Everyone knows that all homeschooled children love books, right?  Not my kid!  He was in 4th grade, he had both eyes intact and functioning, and still he didn’t love books.  Clearly, I was a failure. 🙂 Ok, clearly I’m being silly!  But this is not a huge exaggeration of how…

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Why Cliffs Notes Should Not Get Homeschoolers An Automatic F 7SistersHomeschool.com

Why Cliffs Notes Should Not Get Homeschoolers An Automatic F

The Ebookstore offers three different levels of Poetry Writing Guides. They take the fear out of introducing your homeschool student to poetry writing!

When I was in high school, I had an English teacher who gave out automatic “F’s” to any student who was caught with Cliffs Notes in his or her possession. I walked in mortal terror of every using a literature summary.
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"Joni: An Unforgettable Story" and Being Sensitive to Special Needs 7SistersHomeschool.com

“Joni: An Unforgettable Story” and Being Sensitive to Special Needs

Joni’s diving accident and resulting quadriplegia “should have” ruined her life; instead it opened the doors for international ministry that has led countless people to Christ and provided wheelchairs and care for disabled people of all ages worldwide. Be encouraged here by Joni Eareckson Tada’s story, and by some advice for equipping your own children to be sensitive to individuals with physical disabilities and special needs.
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