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    APRIL 2015

Monthly Editorial

April

Springing Into April

Depending on where you live, Spring has been a little slow to appear this year.  I know that the past couple of weeks have brought snow storms in a lot of areas of the US.  Strangely, where I live in Wyoming, it has been rather nice.  We’ve had a few rain showers, but many days […]

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REVIEWS

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The Voyagers Series

About the Vendor   The Voyagers Series is a new multi-media, multi-disciplinary approach to reading that provides students with a stimulating, interactive experience that will enhance their reading enjoyment while promoting better retention of subject matter. Find them here: Website About the Product The Voyagers Series currently consists of two books,Europe and Africa, with several […]

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Monthly Reader Linkups

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Homeschool Methods Linkup-Unschooling

The rebel. The independent. The freethinker. Unschooling is the misjudged member of the homeschool faction. The one protesting cursive and workbooks, chanting “Down with tests. Down with quizzes.” Life is education. The world is their classroom. Unschooling has a raised brow reputation. I admit, when I started homeschooling 6 years ago, I was scheduled and […]

Curriculum Link-up

Curriculum Linkup-GRAMMAR

One of our goals for 2015 is to get to know both our writers and our readers better!  We know that many of you are homeschoolers, so we thought it would be fun to host a monthly curriculum link-up.  You can expect to find these link-ups on the 4th Wednesday of every month.  Each month, […]

Methods Linkup

Homeschool Methods Linkup–Preschool

If you have a Preschooler in your life, you know how much fun they are. You also know they are a handful at times. Add in homeschooling older kids and you have a recipe for, well, busy times! I remember the days when I had two Preschoolers; my oldest are only 18 months apart, so […]

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BOOK Club Link Up–“From the Mixed Up Files Of Mrs Basil E Frankweiler”

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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Just In…

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Don’t Give Up! Know Your Child and Trust Yourself

Are you looking at your homeschool today and seeing everything that’s lacking and everything you’ve done wrong? Perhaps you’re worried that your kids won’t have everything they need to be successful in college and in life. I’ve been there! Now I’m out the other side, as I have already experienced success with my kids in […]

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Critical Thinking Skills = Increased Test Scores

Here at Home & School Mosaics, we have a wide variety of readers. We have families who homeschool and families who choose traditional schools, Christian schools, or online learning opportunities. Because of that, we try to find products and services to appeal to a broad audience. Most recently, we have been introduced to Mentoring Minds, […]

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Vegetable Gardening

I LOVE to grow my own veggies! We have had a garden for about 6 years now and just expanded it last year. One of the reasons I love it is because it brings back memories of my childhood. We lived on about an acre of land in the city. Not a large lot but […]

ThumbsUpToUnschool

Homeschool Methods Linkup-Unschooling

The rebel. The independent. The freethinker. Unschooling is the misjudged member of the homeschool faction. The one protesting cursive and workbooks, chanting “Down with tests. Down with quizzes.” Life is education. The world is their classroom. Unschooling has a raised brow reputation. I admit, when I started homeschooling 6 years ago, I was scheduled and […]

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Financial Literacy in the Kitchen

April is Financial Literacy Month, and there is no other skill I wish I had learned as a young adult more than financial literacy. Sure, I knew how to balance a checkbook, but I didn’t realize that financial literacy is more about using the money you have wisely and that looking for ways to make […]

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Spring Flower Gardening

My favorite thing to do is play in the dirt. I have said it before and I will say it again – there is nothing better than planting beautiful flowers or a bountiful vegetable garden each spring. We are already working hard making plans for both. This year I wanted to plant some daffodils, the […]

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Animals at the Zoo Unit Study

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Zoos & Aquariums

Now that spring is officially here and the weather is getting nicer, the first thing I think about is getting outside! Our family is big on outdoor projects and adventures. For the past few weeks we have been building a house for our turkeys and peafowl, with hopes to get it done in another week […]

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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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