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Cross Seven Homeschool

Cross Seven Musical Memory Work

Homeschooling With Cross Seven

Thanks for stopping by our website and welcome to our blog. Here you will find resources and encouragement for your homeschooling journey. Laura, the creator of the digitized Cross Seven Musical Memory Work program shares a little about using Claritas curriculum and the Classical Method of homeschooling. She and the other contributors to the blog will offer practical tips for all home educating families.

New in Cycle 1 Scripture

New in Cycle 1 Scripture

A while back, I was thinking about how nice it would be to offer folks who speak other languages the ability to know what we were singing about. A dear friend of mine has used her beautiful voice to help me produce videos. She read the scripture in Spanish, and they...

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Are You Seasoned?

Are You Seasoned?

The other day, my house was quiet. That is a rare event. Grandma had everyone at her house. There was no end to the things I should do at home, so I got busy. Because I had uninterrupted thoughts while doing tasks that required no concentration, I started thinking...

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TPA Homeschool Convention

TPA Homeschool Convention

We had a really great time today at the annual TPA Homeschool Convention! To make it even better, we were able to meet Mr. Andrew Pudewa, founder of IEW. My kids have been using Mr. Pudewa's materials for four years! Time really flies. They have learned so much and I...

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Chemical Reactions

Chemical Reactions

In Science, Cycle 3, Week 24, we are learning about the different types of chemical reactions. I so appreciate the fine work of Aushulz in making this simple illustration. No wonder why there is a saying, "A picture is worth a thousand words!" This will make life so...

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Consider it Pure Joy!

Consider it Pure Joy!

When I was growing up, I remember my Dad memorized James 1 and told us to consider it pure joy when we encountered various trials, knowing that the testing of our faith produced endurance. And he would continue on with the rest of the verse. I am grateful for that...

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Granola! A Great Way to Start the Day

Granola! A Great Way to Start the Day

Since January, I've been wanting to make a change to how we start our day. I do like it when we have time for good old fashioned bacon and eggs, but that doesn't always happen. We had been relying on cereals for the busier days. I just wasn't excited about that...

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Starting School Too Young

Starting School Too Young

Hi Parents, I am noticing so many parents are wanting to start teaching their children at younger and younger ages. It is wonderful to have so many proactive and loving parents. We all want what is best for our children! In my own experience, I have pushed the first...

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Momma Teaching Writing

Momma Teaching Writing

I received this in an email today from IEW with some helpful advice for the writing teacher. I want to say that I find this topic challenging and I am grateful that I am able to have other co-op moms teach my kids about writing. They have been helpful and have kept us...

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Mercy Ships – International Hospital Ships

Mercy Ships – International Hospital Ships

If you are feeling a tug to help others in this hurting world, I encourage you to look into helping on with the Mercy Ships. They find the countries who are the poorest of the poor and try to influence changes on the medical facilities. They are interested in training...

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