Meet Michele of Family, Faith, and Fridays in Arizona

Meet Michele of Family, Faith, and Fridays in Arizona

We are a retired military family of six. Our oldest two are girls and both have finished homeschooling and completed college. Our oldest son will attend college in the fall of 2020 and we are still homeschooling our 7th grader! We love to travel, read and spend time together. Check out our blog at familyfaithandfridays.com and find us on Facebook. How do you Timberdoodle? We heard about Timberdoodle years ago by a friend who swore by the kits! I now review Timberdoodle products on my blog to help spread the word about the amazing products they carry. We enjoy all...

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April Review of the Month - Preschool Handbook

April Review of the Month - Preschool Handbook

April's review of the month is from Sheri who reviewed the Preschool Handbook. We'll be sending Sheri a prize of a jumbo-sized Smart Game JumpIN' XXL. Would you like a chance to win next month? Keep those reviews coming! Reviews are primarily chosen based on their helpfulness and how interesting they are. Accuracy, details, and photos or videos all make your review more likely to be selected by our team. And we are not looking for the most favorable review or the longest, but the one deemed by our team to stand out in clarity and value to our customers. In the...

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Meet Kristen of New Jersey

Meet Kristen of New Jersey

We are a family of six - mom, dad, three kids, and grandmom. We love ice hockey, reading, role playing games, and history. Follow us on Pinterest. How do you Timberdoodle? I first heard about Timberdoodle through a contest a homeschool blogger was hosting. We were able to purchase several products including science books from Apologia, games, a really cool little pencil sharpener, and American government books by Notgrass. Tell us about a typical school day at your house. We get started later in the day. Our 11th grader has a schedule of work he needs to complete during the...

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How to Grade for High School

How to Grade for High School

When it comes to creating or maintaining a high school transcript many homeschool parents feel a little overwhelmed with the idea of assigning grades. Of course it's relatively easy to grade subjective subjects like math and science where where the answers are either right or wrong. You can use a simple grading scale where the percentage of right answers translates to a letter grade. For example: 90-100% = A 80-89% = B 70-79% = C 60-69% = D 0-59% = F But what about those subjects such as English composition or history where the answers are more along the line...

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Spring Cleaning Blog Hop

Spring Cleaning Blog Hop

These stay-at-home days are perfect for tackling some in-depth spring cleaning and home organization. This week members of our Blog Team will be sharing their best tips for getting and staying organized, inspiration for de-cluttering, favorite housekeeping hacks, fun ideas for spring decor and more! Check it out!   You are invited to the Inlinkz link party! Click here to enter

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