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The Night Sky

Published: 08/15/2009 by Anita Yasuda in Learning Resources

There is a wonderful classroom right above our heads-the heavens. The stars and the patterns they form called constellations, present the opportunity to teach your child about science, world cultures, mythology, and more.


There Is No “Sugar High”, The Health & Science Behind the Glycemic Index

Published: 09/24/2012 by Tristin Brisbois, PhD Canadian Sugar Institute in Learning Resources

There Is No “Sugar High”, The Health & Science Behind the Glycemic Index

It seems everywhere you look there is a new “diet” book or article telling us what not to eat. Low carbohydrate diets claim to be the secret to weight loss. In fact, carbohydrates (starches and sugars) are our most important source of energy and Heal


One in a series of tips for Home School educators. The focus of these tips is teaching technique.


Turning the Tables

Published: 01/14/2014 by Dayna Mazzuca in Testimonials & Experience

Turning the Tables

Children are great. They are typically honest about what they want and often take action to get it. They enjoy simple, straightforward explanations about how the world works. And they ask deep, meaningful questions at the most unexpected times. This


The Power of Music

Published: 06/15/2009 by Melissa Mart in Education & Learning Support

Every teacher hopes to find interesting and innovative ways to teach and reinforce specific educational goals they have for their students. Music is one of those ways!


Texas U.S.A.

Published: 06/15/2008 by Jennifer Ackerman in Testimonials & Experience

Texas U.S.A.

I believe there is no better time to learn than when you are on holiday.


Truly Great Friends

Published: 02/15/2011 by Stacey Ibach in Testimonials & Experience

Truly Great Friends

One of our favourite things about homeschooling is the flexibility it provides us in our daily choices. What tops that list is to get together with friends!


The Relationship Between Vision & Learning

Published: 08/15/2007 by Laura Niemi, B.G. S., A.S, in Health and Wellness

The Relationship Between Vision & Learning

Have you ever used the phrase, “Do you see what I mean?” If you have, you may understand more than you realize about how vision affects learning.


Thinking Outside the Box, Life Skills & Leadership

Published: 09/24/2012 by Shawn Kinley, Loose Moose Theatre in Learning Resources

Thinking Outside the Box, Life Skills & Leadership

We are lead to believe that if we follow steps one through 10, we will achieve our goals. Steps, plans and curriculum are researched methodology that assures the most reasonable path to a certain end.


The Rule - Pythagorean’s Deck

It’s safe to say that I, nor anyone I know would consider me a carpenter, or even consider me a person with carpentry skills. Sure I can hammer in a nail, and have even screwed drywall to a 2” x 4”. However, the word “Carpenter” is, and should be ass

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