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Get Help From Nessy For Your Struggling Reader

We’ve been on the path to independent reading for over seven years now with my youngest. It’s a fight worth fighting for, and I am seeing progress. However, it can be a wearisome path to travel. The real challenge is getting in the time needed to practice reading. With multiple kids, often my youngest gets…

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Visiting the Pioneer Woman’s Merchantile

My mother is guest posting for me today! She met up with her college roommates in Pawhuska, OK to visit the Pioneer Woman’s Mercantile, and she’s sharing her experience. A Trip to the Merc with Old Friends by Liz Williams While looking for a way to connect with friends, a plan came together to visit the…

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5 Homeschool Math Resources For Summer Fun

My kids mark the end of our school year with the completion of their math book. There’s just something about getting to the last lesson that makes them think that they need a couple months off of math. As the person who will be reteaching the concepts that fade over the summer, I have a…

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Ragle’s Retreat: A Wonderful Women’s Getaway

A couple of weekends ago I had the opportunity to get away with some friends to a bed and breakfast retreat. My friend frequents the Ragle’s Retreat a couple of times a year. She’s been inviting me for a while, but this was my first chance to take her up on her offer. I’m so thankful…

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