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Homeschool Convention - An insider's look

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Homeschool Convention - An insider's look

I attended my first homeschool convention in the spring of 2002, when my first born was four months old. I had "retired" from public school teaching in December of 2001, and had a whole four months of experience in motherhood. I was going to do this mothering thing perfectly. I already owned flashcards. Yes. I was that mom.Now, I've been to more conventions than I can count, but mostly as a booth owner. I've been dubbed a "Keynote Speaker," a booth owner, curriculum approval committee head, and given free language learning workshops. I have paid for giving workshops, been on...

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Experiences Not Things: Christmas Gift Ideas by Age

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Experiences Not Things: Christmas Gift Ideas by Age

"Experiences, not things" sounds good, but how do we create an experience, not a thing? What makes something, some event, memorable to us? We asked five children, ages 9 to 16, and here are their answers: - age 9:  When you are doing the same thing as me, like, you're watching me, and it's nice and calm. - age 10: Spending time with you, having lots of fun. - age 13: When we're all together doing the same thing. -age 14: When somebody notices me and I'm separated from the crowd. - age 16: When something hilarious happens, like when...

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Last year....

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Last year....

Last year, we were THRILLED to be tied for second with Practical Homeschooling Magazine's Readers Awards. (2016) It's a wonderful publication. Check them out! www.practicalhomeschooling.comTHIS YEAR, 2017, we were overjoyed to win FIRST PLACE in the Foreign Language Category!And THIS is why we are excited to pass the good news on to you! Our flagship product, See it and Say it Flip Flop Spanish (affectionately called SiSi around the Gose Household) is now even more affordable. We LOVE that! Thank you for your support! We expect SiSi sales will continue to rise, and therefore the price will remain low for...

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