Helpful Math Resources to Set Students Up For More Success

Math is always a touchy subject. It seems like most adults did not get a decent enough education to pass mathematical ideas onto their children. Additionally, math instruction seems to be constantly changing, which further frustrates the situation. I have found some supplemental math resources to be extremely helpful in both my own understanding of math…

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Why Study Latin? A Mother’s Perspective

As I reflect over the past 10+ years of studying Latin as a family, I have been contemplating this question. Why should one study Latin? Obviously, we drank the kool-aid, right? My son is a Latin tutor on Latin with Andy, and I’ve generated multiple Latin resources, so we definitely are passionate about this line…

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WriteAtHome High School Research Paper Workshop Review

With one child in college and now working on a masters myself, I truly value the importance of learning to write well. Even though I feel equipped to train students to write, it is really nice to have an outside voice speaking into my children. As my daughter prepares for college studies herself, I thought…

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New Apologia Biology 3rd Edition Review

Last year was the first time I had an opportunity to dig into the wonderful world of Biology with my daughter from a tutor’s standpoint. Dissections terrified me. Thankfully I had a friend that held my hand and Apologia curriculum to guide me. I learned so much! Next year, my other daughter will be diving…

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New Apologia Physical Science Review

My baby girl is entering the Classical Conversations Challenge I program. It is hard to believe that my youngest is entering high school! This will be my third year to tutor this level. There always seems to be something a little different each time. This year we are using the third edition of the Apologia…

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