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"Right now I officially homeschool a 2nd grader and an 8th grader (as in I have to ke…"

Julie replied Aug 18, 2008 to Do you homeschool more than one child at a time?

11 Jun 18, 2009
Reply by Mandy Ray-Jones

"We just started using lapbooks a little at the end of last year. What fun! And since…"

Julie replied Aug 13, 2008 to Lapbooking

3 Aug 18, 2008
Reply by Dr. Daisy Sutherland

"Oh, that is great! Too funny. We have already started school, week two well under wa…"

Julie replied Aug 12, 2008 to Gearing up for the school year

1 Aug 12, 2008
Reply by Julie

"We take a break in the summer. My oldest just graduated public high school, and we f…"

Julie replied Jul 21, 2008 to Do you homeschool through the summer?

13 Feb 2, 2010
Reply by Shannon Perron

"LOL oh yeah!! And I have fights with the spellchecker on my blog all the time. Why f…"

Julie replied Jul 15, 2008 to Here's a little funny question

8 Sep 20, 2008
Reply by Teresa Martin

"We just found lapbooking this year, too. My 3yo really likes it a lot...talk about p…"

Julie replied Jul 9, 2008 to What is your homeschooling style?

25 Oct 20, 2012
Reply by L Young

"Lol, we are opposites! I started out with textbooks and full curriculum (Abeka) and…"

Julie replied Jul 9, 2008 to What is your homeschooling style?

25 Oct 20, 2012
Reply by L Young

"This will be our 10th year homeschooling. This year I have an 8th grader, 2nd grader…"

Julie replied Jul 9, 2008 to How long have you been homeschooling?

21 Sep 20, 2008
Reply by Teresa Martin

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