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Lone Team USA Mom Narrowly Misses Olympic Medal

Kikkan Randall, a three-time winner of cross-country skiing’s World Cup sprint title and the lone mother representing Team USA at the 2018 Winter Olympics, narrowly missed earning a medal in PyeongChang, South Korea.

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Printable Homeschool Room Planner Kit

If you or your child have ever dreamed of being a star designer, now’s your chance. Use our printable homeschool room planner kit for a hands-on foray into creating the educational space of your dreams. Now, if only you had an unlimited budget for your project!

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5 Ways to Show Your Homeschool Pride

As a homeschool, you don’t have the same events like pep rallies or sporting events to display your school pride; however, there are still many ways you and your children can express your excitement for learning at home. Below are five ideas you can do to show you love your homeschool.

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God’s Not Dead Creators Release New Samson Film

Produced by the creators of God’s Not Dead and The Case for Christ, Samson retells the rise, surrender, and ultimate victory of the Old Testament judge and his heroic feats, including killing a lion with his own hands and defeating an army of a thousand men with the jawbone of a donkey.

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Fun Facts about the 15 Winter Olympic Sports

Nearly 3,000 athletes from 92 countries around the world have converged on South Korea’s third-largest city to compete in 102 events over the next fortnight. To prepare you for this year’s Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, here are fun facts you may not know about the 15 Winter Olympic sports.

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Printable Paper Dice Template

If your homeschool family is getting stir-crazy this winter, use our printable paper dice template to cure your winter blues with these 6 outdoor activities you can bring inside or customize your own dice.

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Teens Share Social Media Advice for Parents

As parents, it can be challenging to keep up with our children’s lives in the vast world of social media. To help, The Washington Post went straight to the source and recently asked teenagers what they wished their parents knew about social media.

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The Most Homeschool-Friendly Colleges by State

While almost every state offers a number of homeschool-friendly institutions, our map of the best colleges for homeschoolers chose just one school per state that was consistently mentioned or received high reviews (here’s looking at you Grove City College in Pennsylvania).

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10 Brilliant Parenting Hacks

Odds are good that parenting is the hardest thing you’ll do throughout your life. While these 10 brilliant parenting hacks certainly won’t eliminate all the challenges associated with raising kids, hopefully they can make your life just a little bit easier.

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Homeschooling Surge in United Kingdom

Since 2011, homeschooling in Great Britain is up 97% with nearly 30,000 homeschooled children now learning at home throughout the United Kingdom. Overall though, the news offers a mixed reaction of emotions as the numbers have led to a desire for greater oversight of home educators.

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The Best Dates to See the Awesomeness of God in 2018

Few things are as humbling as looking up at the night sky and truly reflecting on the vastness of God’s creation. Despite the enormity of the universe, we are at the center of God’s love and admiration. While there are many amazing things to see throughout the year, here are the 6 best dates to see the awesomeness of God in space in 2018.

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Conquer the Cold with This Adorable Penguin Craft

With their dense feathers and layers of fat, emperor penguins are built to conquer the cold. To help you and your children survive this winter (or maybe bring a little winter to you if you live in a warmer climate), take a break from your homeschool studies to create this adorable, easy-to-make penguin craft.

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The 50 Countries Where It’s Most Difficult to Be a Christian

Compiled by Open Doors USA, the 2018 World Watch List profiles the 50 countries where it’s most dangerous to follow Jesus. The rankings are calculated by analyzing the level of violent persecution in relation to pressure experienced at the church, national, community, and family levels.

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Free Horizons Math Practice Worksheets

Whether used as a quiz or just a fun, additional lesson, use these free Horizons Math practice worksheets for grades 2-6 to review your child’s math skills. Simply select your child’s appropriate grade level and print each worksheet set to begin.

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A Homeschool Prayer to Begin Each New Day

As you start each new homeschool day, may this prayer surround you with a sense of God’s presence in your life as you boldly teach your children about the greatness of a God who loves you more than you can possibly imagine.

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Doctor: “Flu Is Everywhere in the U.S. Right Now”

In its latest weekly report, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported widespread flu in every state except Hawaii. “Flu is everywhere in the U.S. right now,” Dr. Dan Jernigan, the director the CDC’s influenza branch, told WTVR-TV in Richmond, Virginia.

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138 Sight Words Your Child Should Know After First Grade

To create your own flash cards, simply use our sight word resources to print out the template on white or colored paper, add the words with a dark permanent marker, cut out the words, punch a hole in the corner, and add them to a key ring for some fast-flipping learning fun.

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8-Week Health Challenge

Start the new year with an easy-to-follow, eight-week health challenge that encourages you to complete eight healthy daily activities. During the challenge, we even let you start slowly.

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The Most Interesting Top-Selling Item in Your State

Walmart recently released their 2017 data of the 25 most popular items purchased in every state. From there, they identified some of the more random and obscure items. Take a look at the map to see if you’re contributing to the most interesting item purchased in your state.

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Top 10 Homeschool Topics of 2017

From tips to declutter and tidy up your home to important reminders for preparing homeschool transcripts, take a look back at the top 10 Homeschool View articles from 2017.

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