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Strengthen Your Reading Muscles with the Classics

I recently enjoyed a debate with some teenagers about what makes a good book. We were reading a classic with which they were struggling to connect. This started a lively discussion on the merits of reading this book. Was it a good book? What makes a book good? My final conclusion was that a book…

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Strategic Tic-Tac-Toe Board Slam

My son discovered Strategic Tic-Tac-Toe on Cool Math Games when he was younger. It is such a interesting twist on an old favorite. When trying to come up with a new math game for their Challenge IV class, my son and husband collaborated with their class to take the traditional Board Slam (or National Number…

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How to Use Comparison to Enhance Bible Study

Of Aristotle’s Five Common Topics, Comparison has always been the easiest for me. Perhaps it is because I grew up comparing things, whether good or bad, all of my life. This summer I led a seminar in using the topic of Comparison to generate ideas for an entire paper. The topic of Comparison generates a…

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Latin with Andy Code Breakers

When we started making Latin videos for Latin with Andy in 2017, we had no idea what we were in for! We have learned so much on our journey, and we’re excited to share a new branch of the Latin with Andy resources: Code Breakers. Andy had the opportunity to work with some younger students…

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