by Rachel Paxton My boys and I have been doing some fun science experiments with baking soda and vinegar. Last week we blew up a balloon with baking soda and vinegar. This is a similar experiment except the baking soda and vinegar reaction fuels a boat for the bathtub instead. This was a really fun…

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by Rachel Paxton Kids love to do hands-on science experiments. My boys and I are doing different experiments with baking soda and vinegar. This experiment involves blowing up a balloon with the gas resulting from the reaction of the baking soda and vinegar. Kids of all ages will love doing this experiment. We have even…

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by Lucy Markham One of the many wonderful things about homeschooling your children is being able to cater to their individual needs. Unlike public school (especially with the almost-nationwide implement of Common Core in 2010), homeschooling offers the opportunity for a flexible curriculum that allows your children to pursue their own interests. Growing up, I…

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We have just started homeschooling our boys this year, and I have been looking for some interesting and engaging ways to encourage my boys to learn. There are a number of ways to teach your children at home, but in recent years unit studies have become very popular. You can find many unit studies to…

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