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    July 2015

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The Beginning & The End

I’ve had this verse floating around in my head for a few weeks now.  You see, we have come to the end of the road here at Home & School Mosaics.  Brenda and I have made the difficult decision to close the doors.  This was not a decision that we took lightly; instead, we put […]

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Exciting News from the Homeschool Buyers Co-op!

Our friends over at the Homeschool Buyers Co-op have asked us to share some very exciting news for homeschoolers!  And, of course, because we are always looking out for the best interest of our readers and want to share every great deal that crosses our paths, we were more than happy to oblige.  Because, quite […]

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Favorite Smoothie Recipes Linkup

It’s the first Wednesday of the month and time for our Recipe Link-Up.  We hope that you will join in the fun by sharing your favorite recipes on your blog (or other social media platform) and coming back here to link-up with us.  Be sure to follow the other links and find some new recipes […]

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Two Favorite Grill Recipes

Summer is here, and if you’re like most people, you want to use that grill for meats. It keeps the kitchen cooler, and the taste is always so good! I’m sharing today two recipes that are great for the grill, and very easy to make, plus you can always do them in the broiler if […]

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Pro-tactile: The DeafBlind Way

Touch is my connection to the world. It is a natural way of being when you are both deaf and blind. You need no lessons or have no choice but to use the more dominant sense of what is left for effective communication. Smell and taste provide added clues toward information, but only touch can […]

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We Don’t Want You To Forget!

We don’t want you to forget about this AWESOME deal! Our friends over at the Homeschool Buyers Co-op have asked us to share some very exciting news for homeschoolers!  And, of course, because we are always looking out for the best interest of our readers and want to share every great deal that crosses our […]

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Change is Not a Tragedy

In the past few weeks, my husband has made several comments about what a tragedy it is that kids eventually grow up and leave home.  He hates the thought that some day his kids will not want to sit on the couch and snuggle him in the evenings.  Each time he says this I am […]

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From Parent “Shepherd” to the Good Shepherd

My boys just had another birthday; and, I will not lie, I miss my little boys. Don’t get me wrong, I am proud and amazed when I recall the tiny preemies who came into the world fighting for their lives.  Now they are strong, smart, and funny. I also enjoy our conversations which have progressed […]

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Summer Does Not Equal Boredom!

Mom, it’s hot!  Mom, she isn’t playing with me!  MMOOMMM, when will they go to bed; they are in my things!  Do you hear these things when your kiddos are all out of school for the summer?   Are you looking for something fun and different to do with your kiddos?  At my house, we are […]

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13 Great Summer Reads for Teens

Anytime is a good time to read. Whether you are curled up in a chair, in bed, or even while you are eating breakfast, reading is awesome. Summertime has always been a special time for me when it comes to reading, though. As a child growing up in a small town with little formal entertainment, […]

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In our homeschool we use family history to teach a multitude of things. I am trying to teach my children that family is important . Part of that mentality means that we forge relationships with present day family members. A crucial part of that mentality is that we learn about our ancestors as well. Here […]

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A Day in the Life of a Large Homeschooling Family

“How do you do it with 6?” is something I hear often and I usually don’t know how to answer. Yes, it’s true that I’m a mother of 6 kids who range in age from 1-18. I’m also a wife, a daughter, a business owner, a freelance writer, a blogger, a homeschooler, a support group […]

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Homeschooling An Only Child

No two days are the same in our homeschool. I homeschool my only child, AJ, who is 11 years old and in the 6th grade. Homeschooling an only child has a lot of benefits and some draw backs as well. We use a very eclectic approach with as much hands on learning as possible. While […]

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BOOK Club–‘If You Give a Mouse a Cookie”

Welcome to the Home & School Mosaics Book Club!  We are so glad you are joining us.  We hope that the things our writers will share with you will help to inspire you with your own reading activities in your homes and homeschools.  We also hope you will join us and link up your own […]

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Amusement Parks for Homeschoolers

What a great idea . . . an amusement park filled with a bunch of homeschoolers! Of course, you can go to any of these parks anytime; but many offer “homeschool days”. The great thing about these “days” are the discounts and generally a much more homeschool-friendly atmosphere. It varies by park, but some even […]

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Homeschooling For Free

I had every intention of writing an entirely different post for today.  But sometimes God has a way of whispering to your heart that you need to do something else.  Sometimes He gets so insistent that you almost feel like He has dropped a brick on your head.  That is how this post came to […]

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