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Free Printables for Literature Analysis

Free Printables for Literature Analysis

Here are some free printables for Literature Analysis. I created these book review and character analysis worksheets for my high school literature students, and wanted to share them with you.  Feel free to print and use them in your homeschool!   Free Printables for Literature Analysis They’re on my World Literature Pinterest board, along with…

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Homeschool Christmas Poem 7SistersHomeschool.com brings you a holiday poem especially for homeschool moms!

A Homeschool Christmas Poem

In honor of our annual Baking Day with Kym Smythe and her kids, here is my silly ode to Christmas baking with Jonah, my youngest.

Our Lifepac science lesson beckons, but I hear the call
Of snickerdoodles, lemon squares, and chocolate chips for all.
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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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Resources for Homeschool Drama Classes and Clubs

Acting is essentially story-telling. Good acting tells stories well! A really fun way to introduce drama into your homeschool fine arts plan is to form a class or club with other homeschoolers and work on producing individual monologues and scenes rather than starting with a production of a play.
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Character Study of Corrie ten Boom. Your teens should read The Hiding Place and learn how God worked character development in Corrie ten Boom's life.

Character Studies: Corrie ten Boom

Homeschooling means exposing our children to the kind of information, people and experiences that will equip them to become fully-devoted followers of Jesus Christ. Character studies are a great tool for bringing many of these goals together in our homeschools.
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