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Gearing up for Shopping for Homeschooling a High School Student

shopping for homeschooling high school

This post is sponsored by Great Homeschool Conventions as part of a year long partnership.  As I've mentioned before, however, GHC is my favorite convention to attend.  {Links to GHC are affiliate links.} It feels like ages ago that we decided to start homeschooling.  At that time, I had one who was about to start preschool, one about to start 2nd grade, and another about to start 3rd grade. … [Read more...]

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It’s Not Too Late: Greenville, SC Great Homeschool Convention

The following post is sponsored by Great Homeschool Conventions. They are also, however, my favorite homeschool conventions to attend. As my own excitement for the Great Homeschool Convention in Cincinnati in April is building, I'm just a little jealous of all of the people that get to attend GHC in Greenville, South Carolina. It's not just the weather that must surely be warmer than where I … [Read more...]

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Last Minute Gift for Your Favorite Homeschooling Families

Great Homeschool Conventions

Great Homeschool Conventions is a year long sponsor of Many Little Blessings.  They also run my favorite homeschool convention. If you have a homeschool family to still get a Christmas gift for, you just may be in luck.  Even though it's last minute, you can still pick up either an individual or a family registration to one of the Great Homeschool Conventions events happening in Ohio, South … [Read more...]

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New Speakers Added to Great Homeschool Conventions Events

Great Homeschool Conventions

The following is a sponsored post (with affiliate links) because of a year long relationship between Many Little Blessings and Great Homeschool Conventions. Regardless of the sponsorship, GHC is still my favorite homeschool convention. --- Great Homeschool Conventions has recently announced the addition of some new speakers to their popular regional homeschool conventions. Michael Medved, … [Read more...]

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The Homeschool Convention I Love to Attend {and You Could Too!}

Great Homeschool Convention

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links.  This is also about an event by an advertiser on this site. I have been to several homeschooling conventions since we began homeschooling back in 2008.  I have been to very small conventions and very large.  My favorite of all of them has been the Great Homeschool Convention that I have attended twice in Cincinnati. I was able to attend once … [Read more...]

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Routines for Homeschooling Your Child with ADHD

establishing a homeschool routine for a child with ADHD

As a natural self-motivator, albeit a lazy one, I have had to figure out the best ways to introduce routines into our school day especially for my oldest son who as Asperger’s Syndrome (a high functioning form of Autism) and ADHD.  I grew up just doing whatever needed to be done for school on my own without even a need for my parents to inquiry about homework being done or tests being studied … [Read more...]

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10 Reasons Not to Miss Purchasing This 90+ eBook Bundle

iHomeschool Network eBook Omnibus

This post contains affiliate links. It's that time of year once again - the iHomeschool Network Homeschool Omnibus eBook Bundle is available!  Since it just so happens that the sale is launching on a Tuesday, it seemed like the perfect opportunity to share ten reasons why you shouldn't miss this very limited time sale of over 90 eBooks for $25. 10 Reasons to Not Miss This Limited Time 90+ … [Read more...]

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Our Homeschool Curriculum: 2013 – 2014 (7th and 8th Grade)

7th and 8th Grade Curriculum

If you're not a regular reader here at Many Little Blessings, you're probably just thinking, "Okay - she's got a couple of older kids, let's see this middle school curriculum."  (Oh, and hopefully you're also thinking, I'd really love to subscribe via RSS feed reader or by email - either one for each new post or just a weekly newsletter that also includes posts from The Homeschool Classroom.)  … [Read more...]

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Five Homeschooling eBooks and a Bonus for Just $7.40 This Week

This post contains affiliate links. They don't change the price of your purchase, but they do help support this site - thanks! I'm so excited to have one of my eBooks included in a bundle again this week on Bundle of the Week!  This time around, it's my eBook Training Your Children in Home Economics.   This week's bundle is packed full of resources for homeschoolers, including … [Read more...]

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Great Homeschool Convention Dates and a Free eBook

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I'm really pleased to be bringing you a few posts over the next year, as well as sidebar advertising from Great Homeschool Convention.  (That's a disclosure, yo.)  One of the reasons I'm excited about it is because I have actually been to one of the Great Homeschool Conventions twice, and I loved it. One of my trips was with my dear friend Amanda.  I managed to do the most precarious parking … [Read more...]