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Brand New Class – Winter Olympic History

We’ve got a brand new online class! Winter Olympic History Class will be Thursday, January 30th – 1:00pm PT, 3:00pm CT This class is best for ages 8-13, but the whole family is welcome to join in. For blog followers … Continue reading

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Elf Week Day Five – Spend Time With Grandparents

Some of the most precious memories our family has had during Christmas stem from the time we spent with my parents. My mom and dad love my Elves so much, and the Elves adore their grandma and grandpa. Grandma and … Continue reading

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Include Student Interests into their School Plan

Are you struggling with a foot-dragging ┬áteen? Are you bending yourself into pretzels trying to find a way to get your son or daughter excited about learning? Your student can spend hours working in the wood shop, but will not … Continue reading

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Colonial Christmas Games and Entertainment

Christmas is a great time to gather with family and friends and exchange gifts, eat, play games, and of course, to attend religious services to commemorate Christ’s birth. American Christmas celebrations are a mix of solemn worship and joyous playfulness. … Continue reading

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Elf Week: Day Four – Baking and Decorating

Today is the day to finish your baking, and to decorate the house. If you’re not in the mood to bake more cookies, consider baking coffee cakes or mini loaves and wrapping them in Christmas plastic wrap, and tying some … Continue reading

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