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Literature Class for High School – create an encouragement card

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One thing that our 15 year old enjoys doing is creating artwork in the bullet journal style. She can spend hours recreating images that she sees on Pinterest or searches she does on the internet for particular topics. This is great and it has translated really well into a project for one of her books.

She finished reading the  YWAM series of Christian biography (affiliate link) of Corrie Ten Boom. When it came time to decide on a final project, she was struggling. Corrie was an articulate person, or it appears so from everything written about her. She was encouraging. She had tremendous faith yet that even seemed to pale in comparison to her sister Betsy’s faith. So, when it came time to discuss the project options, that was what was keyed in on.

I mentioned ways in which encouragement can play a part in lives and how I have seen my daughter encourage others. She realized that she could create greeting cards featuring quotes from the two Ten Boom sisters. She has designed those cards and will be copying them to send to shut-ins at church. (This is a project that she spear-heads for the teens within our congregation.)

She is going to create a list of scriptures that she can include on the inside of the cards when she gets them copied and is addressing them. (Sorry – no photo of the cards; for some reason, I can’t find one but they were simple black and white cards. Simple but beautiful.)

She loved the project and it not only brought the character to life – Corrie was such an encouraging person and this mirrors that encouragement – but it was a project that was interesting, hit on an ability for my daughter, and will benefit others. Win-Win-Win.

Blessings,
Lori, At Home.

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These Are A Few of Our Favorite Books! O ~ Blogging Through The Alphabet

Fav Books O

Of Giants And Ice – Shelby Bach

(fiction)

Sixth-grader Rory Landon is the only child of two divorced celebrities. She lives with her actress mother, and because of her mother’s busy schedule, Rory is very familiar with after school programs and frequent moving. But there is something different about the newest program. Ever After School is a school for the children and grandchildren of fairy-tale characters, and the they are trained for when their own Tale comes along. For once, Rory makes friends who don’t care about who her parents are. When her friend Lena’s first Tale comes and she chooses Rory as one of her Companions, Rory is thrilled – even though it requires climbing and she despises heights. Along their quest, Lena acts as peacemaker between Rory and Chase, Lena’s other Companion and Rory’s least favorite person. When the trio makes an accidental visit to the Snow Queen in the Glass Mountain, their relationships change forever.

E – This book was interesting to me because I think that Rory is such a good character. I think that anyone can find something of themselves in her. She was one of my favorite characters. The other one was Chase because I think that he grew the most. There is a total of four books in this series and my favorite was the last one.

Ordinary Magic – Caitlen Rubino-Bradway

(fiction)

Where 12-year-old Abby lives, magic isn’t special. It is a part of everyday life. When Abby is found to not have any magic at all, she is declared an ord – ordinary. Most ords are thrown out or sold to adventurers by their families, but Abby is lucky enough to have an older sister who works for the King Steve. Alexa doesn’t do just anything though. She works for a school for ords called Rothermere that teaches the ords how to survive without magic, and she gets her sister into the school. As Abby makes new friends at her new school, she learns that there can be some advantages to being an ord.

E – I liked this book because most books about magic have it being the oddity. Abby and her friends are strange because they don’t have magic. My favorite character was Alexa because she was so caring and understanding to everyone. I was slightly disappointed that there isn’t a sequel to this book because the ending seems to suggest that there should be one, but it has been seven years and nothing yet.

On The Edge Of The Dark Sea Of Darkness: adventure, peril, lost jewels, and the fearsome toothy cows of Skree – Andrew Peterson

(fiction)

When three siblings, Janner, Tink, and Leeli Igiby, find an interesting map tucked away, they set off on a quest to learn about the father they never knew, and a hidden treasure that many have aspired to find. But the childrens’ curiosity puts the whole family in danger, and they run away from their pursuers, the evil Fangs of Dang who invaded Skree. As the family flees, Janner realizes that his mother and grandfather are hiding something – something big. To keep themselves and their family safe, the Igiby siblings will have to use their talents – Janner’s bravery, Tink’s leadership, and Leeli’s singing and love.

E – This book is one that requires a lot of concentration and dedication to the book because of all of the detail in it. One of my friends recommended this book series to me and told me that it got a lot easier to read after the first book, so I made myself get through it the first time and I think that it will definitely be easier next time I read it. I really liked how much world-building the author did. My favorite character was probably Nia, the mother, because she was just so kind and she tried to see everything in as many ways as possible.

The One And Only Ivan – Katherine Applegate

(fiction)

This book is about a silverback gorilla who has spent most of his life in captivity, including 27 years at the Big Top Mall And Arcade. He is an easygoing gorilla who loves to eat, paint, and watch TV. He has a few friends: Bob, the stray dog who sleeps on Ivan’s belly; Stella, the wise old elephant in the domain next to Ivan; and Julia, the human daughter of the janitor. Stella spends a lot of time telling Ivan about all the places she has been and seen, and about how she wishes she lived in a zoo instead of the Big Top Mall. When a baby elephant named Ruby comes to join them, everything starts to change. An old injury of Stella’s flares up and makes her sick. Stella makes Ivan promise to help Ruby and get her to a better place. With Stella sick, Ivan starts remembering his life before captivity to entertain Ruby with. Then, when Julia gives Ivan some of her old finger paints, Ivan starts to come up with a plan to save Ruby.

E – I read this book when I was about 8 or 9 I think. I read it the other day and I still like it a lot. I really like how it is told from Ivan’s point of view. I also like that it is based off of a real story that actually happened. I remember the first time I read this book, my favorite character was Julia because I wanted to be an artist too.

Forth And Back – Caleb Olmstead

(science fiction)

This book is about three kids – a 9th-grade boy named Darren, his friend Carson, and his little sister Brooke. One day, at school a new kid shows up, gives them all his address, and tells them to flush the paper when they have it memorized. The boy’s name is Chandler, and he is hiding from the government because he has built something amazing – a time machine. The trio doesn’t believe him at first, but then the machine gets broken, sending the three of them into the past. They move around time in a random fashion until they accidentally make a huge mistake that changes history.

E – This was also a book that my friend recommended to me. I really liked the writing style he had. I liked all of the characters a lot. My favorite character was probably Carson because she was so independent. The book isn’t very long or complicated, but this is a newer author, and it was a good book to start with.

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These Are A Few of Our Favorite Books! N ~ Blogging Through The Alphabet

Fav books N

Narnia Series – C. S. Lewis

(christian fiction)

The first book to read in this series is The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe. The main characters are the Pevensie siblings – Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy. The book starts in 1940 England. The Pevensie children are evacuated to an old house in the country because of the war. The house is owned by Professor Kirke, a kind older man who likes the children. One day, Lucy discovers a beautiful wardrobe that turns out to also be a portal to a magical place called Narnia. She meets a faun named Mr. Tumnus and has tea with him. When she goes back, she finds that no time at all has passed. Lucy finally gets her siblings into Narnia with her, but they are plunged into a war there as well. The White Witch has taken over Narnia from Aslan, the previous ruler. The Pevensie children are part of a prophecy that says that they will save Narnia. With help from several new friends, and a betrayal from someone close, will they succeed?

E – This was a series that Dad read to us when I was about 8. I can remember really liking it. My favorite character is Edmund because of how much he grows in just the first book, and then the next couple as well. The movies also were really good.

Number The Stars – Lois Lowry

(fiction)

This book is about 10-year-old Annemarie Johansen growing up in 1943 Copenhagen. Annemarie can remember what her life was like before the war started. She and her best friend Ellen Rosen were free to walk the streets, they didn’t have food shortages, and the Nazis weren’t all over the place. But now everything has changed. And the Nazis won’t stop. Now the Jews living in Denmark are being “relocated”. Ellen’s family is Jewish, so to protect Ellen, she moves in with the Johansen family and pretends to be the third daughter. Then Annemarie has to go on a dangerous mission to save her best friend’s life. And she can’t back out.

E – I think that I like this book so much because it is a fiction book, but it is full of true facts. World War II has been very interesting to me for a while too, and I really like fiction books in that time period. This book is a little young, but I think that it is a good one. It is nice to read about a WWII character from a slightly more remote area or country.

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Complete Curriculum For The Whole Family – SchoolhouseTeachers.com ~ a Crew review

Disclaimer: I received a FREE copy of this product through the HOMESCHOOL REVIEW CREW in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way.

SchoolhouseTeachers

We have been members with SchoolhouseTeachers.com, a site with online classes, for, well, a good number of years. We started with a membership there just a few months after we started homeschooling the girls. So, I guess we are on our 7th year and we are constantly benefitting from this wonderful, online subscription.

The Ultimate PreK-12 Annual Membership is the best option for a multi-age family as it gives you access to everything on the site for one price for the year. Sign up now and that price is set low, as a price increase is coming in February. If you would rather, you can also choose a month-to-month plan, though that cost is a bit higher.

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The access, though, is for a complete PK-12 curriculum that not only includes all of the core classes you need, but also a whole slew of extra-curricular choices. The scope and sequence charts are some of the best ways to narrow down choices for each child.

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Recently, we were looking for a science course for my 8th grader who is capable of high school level work but doesn’t just love science. So, I downloaded the scope and sequence chart for 8th grade science but what I found was that most of the science classes at her level have options that make their grade range 7th-12th. Perfect! Options! But narrowed down. I debated between Botany and Geology, both 16 week courses for this spring semester. I settled on Botany but that Geology course is still on my radar. (I may do it myself.)

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What Is Great About SchoolhouseTeachers

Variety is the spice of life, right? Well, you get it with SchoolhouseTeachers. Whether you are looking for preschool or something for an adult, there are tons of choices.

Full curriculum means math, science, history, and language arts. These are all there in abundance. You can choose between different classes for lots of the levels. And then there are the extras or high-interest classes – photography, music (for example: Advanced Music Theory), art (for example: Everyday Easels), drama, speech, fashion, technology, unit studies, health, and more.

Navigation of the Site

I know that when a site has a ton of content, it can be overwhelming and intimidating. Let me reassure you, this site is navigable by multiple ways which makes is less of a burden. Are you looking for a particular class type, such as cooking or geography? Look under the Scope and Sequence chart or browse by class. Are you looking for a grade level to plan the whole year or multiple grade level subjects? Use the Browse By Subject tab to get started. Are you looking for something just for you as a parent? Head over to the tab titled Planning or Resources.

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Two other nagivation options? There is a search bar at the top, which, while it can be helpful, also pulls things from a single lesson inside of a course. This can be good if you are building your own study, like we did a while back on India. That was really helpful to find a unit on tigers and a recipe to make. Bits and pieces came together to make a fabulous study.

The other option is to use the chat icon in the lower right. The folks who handle the chats are really knowledgeable and are able to give links directly to classes to check out that might meet your needs to help you find things that fit you needs.

Other Benefits of SchoolhouseTeachers

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Planners! Any homeschooling parent knows that there is a need for a good planner. But we often want different things than are typically found in planners or we want this page from one planner and that page from a different one. Well, you can find two different planners to meet your needs. The Schoolhouse Planner is over 750 pages so that you can pick and choose what you want to print to meet the individual needs that you have. There is also a planner for high school students to help them be responsible for their own materials and requirements.

World Book Encyclopedia! Research is something that we all need to do and teach. As a member of SchoolhouseTeachers, you will receive access to the full World Book Encyclopedia online. This kind of access is really quite remarkable and is a great tool. Whether researching people or events, the articles, images, and timelines are very useful.

RightNow Media! Access is also available to many, many videos from RightNow Media. Whether a Bible study, a missionary study, or a cartoon for the kids, the variety on RightNow Media is extensive.

Interactive Content! There are multiple ways in which your students can have interactive content. You might choose a course (such as Drive Thru History) that has a video segment for teaching. You might find one (such as geology) that has both a video segment and an online quiz that sends results directly to your email.

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Lesson Plans! Most of the course (maybe all, I am not sure!) have a printable lesson plan that takes the student step-by-step through what should be done for each day. For example, with Botany, I printed the lesson plan and put it in a folder with notebook paper. The lesson plan tells Miss L which pages to read in the text (which we downloaded as a PDF to the computer so she can read from there but we could also put it on her Kindle) and which questions to answer. If there is an activity, such as writing a paragraph on a scientist, it tells her that, also. If there is something she needs to print, you’ve got it, the lesson plan tells her which page to print.

Literacy Center! This is a center that focuses on teaching reading. With a grade level of PK – 2nd grade for pre-reading and reading activities and grade level or 3rd-4th for their comprehension activities, there is a lot of support in this center for assisting parents who are teaching their children to read.

Focused Learning Centers! These are various areas that focus on topics like math, reading, special needs, foreign language, high school, college planning, or science. These materials will direct you to the materials – whether courses or particular lessons – on the site that will help you teach and address the particular area of need that you have.

So Really –

I could keep going because SchoolhouseTeachers truly is a site that is packed to the brim with materials and information. I could easily use this site to teach everything my girls will need to know. It truly is a complete curriculum choice and with the current sale going on, it would be hard to not call this a bargain. Please check out the site and see what would benefit your family.

Blessings,
Lori, At Home.

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These Are A Few of Our Favorite Books! M ~ Blogging Through The Alphabet

Books Fav M

The Maze Runner – James Dashner

(fiction)

This book takes place in the not-so-far future. When Thomas wakes up, all he can remember is his name. Before he knows what is happening, he is pulled out of the lift by complete strangers – a group of all boys, none of whom can remember anything else either. Thomas’ new home is called the Glade, and it is surrounded by tall stone walls. The walls hide an ever-shifting Maze that is the only way out of the Glade. In three years, no one has ever found the exit and made it back alive. Then everything changes. A girl, the first girl ever, arrives in the Glade, setting everything on an irreversible path.

E – My best friend read this series before me, and told me how good they were. My favorite character was a tie between Thomas, because I thought it was kind of funny how he just jumped into everything, and Newt, because he was so compassionate and kind sometimes. I really liked how James Dashner brought the world to life. It was easy to believe that this could possibly happen. 

Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle – Betty MacDonald

(fiction)

Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle is the best friend of many children. She is funny and kind, with sparkling eyes. She lives in an upside-down house and bakes cookies when a child comes to visit. But the best thing about Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle is that she knows everything there is to know about children. When Mary turns into an Answer-Backer, Dick has become Selfish, or Allen decides to be a Slow-Eater-Tiny-Bite-Taker, Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle knows exactly what to do.

E –  Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle is definitely below my reading level, but I like it because it is so cheerful and fun. I also like reading about all the mischief the kids can get into, and how nice Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle is about it all. It is definitely a good book to read for fun.

Meet The Austins – Madeline L’Engle

(fiction)

The Austin family has four children – Vicky, John, Suzy, and Rob. When a family friend dies in a plane crash and leaves an orphaned daughter, the Austins take in the girl, Maggy. The children try their hardest to make Maggy feel better and welcome, but Maggy makes it harder by making herself a little too at home. Vicky knows she should have at least a little sympathy for Maggy, but it’s so hard sometimes. She screams in the middle of the night, breaks their toys, and causes general chaos in the Austin household. Vicky is confused at how one little girl could completely disrupt a family of six, and can’t wait for her life to return to normal.

E – I picked this book up shortly after I finished the Time Quintet that Madeline L’Engle wrote. I really liked the way that she writes and I decided that this series sounded good as well. I really liked how it was just a series about a girl growing up. For the most part, she wasn’t the heroine or the victim. She just had to face ordinary struggles that could happen to an ordinary teenager.

Blessings,
Lori, At Home.

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The Gospel In Hard Times ~ a book review

Disclaimer: New Growth Press (www.newgrowthpress.com) has sponsored this post by providing me a free copy of the book for review. I was not required to write a positive post. All opinions are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC guidelines.

The Gospel In Hard Times

Hard times come to us all. Some are easy to see from an outside perspective. Others are not so easy to see. The Gospel In Hard Times for Students by Joni and Friends takes a look at suffering and how God works in the lives of those suffering. This small group Bible study looks at personal stories of how God can use suffering to bring His children closer to Him, deeper into their faith. How one responds to and reacts to suffering can have long-term, life-altering impacts and this study will help students see this reality.

“Why me, God? How can such tragedies be part of your plan? Looking back on more than fifty years as a quadriplegic in a wheelchair, having endured chronic pain, as well as a battle with breast cancer, I can assure you that God isn’t afraid of our questions,” writes Joni Eareckson Tada in the book’s foreword. “In fact, he wants us to cry out—scream out to him if we must—because when we turn to God and his Word for answers, we’ll find a loving Father who promises to never let us out of his sight and who wants to turn our tragedies into triumphs.”

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Designed with an eight-lesson format, this study will help students take a look at the hard parts of suffering through the eyes of many who have “been there, done that.” The real-life testimony is one part of the study. Combined with leader’s notes, discussion, biblical application, suggested video clips, and action plans to demonstrate how Jesus identifies with our sorrow, students will learn how God’s plan can be seen and followed, even through suffering.

The need to for strong, faith-based communities is another aspect of suffering that is explored in the study. Our brothers and sisters in faith not only meet our physical needs, they help meet our spiritual and emotional needs as well. Carrying burdens and helping to seek Biblical answers to the hard questions is something that is needed during suffering. This study will help students explore this need.

The age level for this study is junior high to high school. Set up in eight lessons, each lesson would take a minimum of 2 hours if you cover every section and utilize the videos. The time frame could possibly be longer with in depth discussions or less if you choose to not use some of the sections or the students are not very talkative in the discussion. However, you will lose depth and understanding if you leave out any of the sections.

My recommendation is to use the entire study, including the videos found online. (There is a link in the study guide.) You can either plan for long, possibly open-ended sessions or plan to break the lessons up over multiple sessions. A good way to use this is in a Sunday school setting by starting the lesson during Sunday morning class time and continuing it on Wednesday night class times. You would have to spend a bit of time refreshing everyone on what was covered previously or catching up anyone who wasn’t there before but it is very doable.

This study is quite appealing to teenagers. My 15 year old daughter is looking forward to finding a time where she can go through the study. The videos really bring the hardship and attitudes to life. As a video was playing on the computer for one of the lessons, both our 15 year old and our 13 year old became interested and sat down to watch the video. After it was done, they asked to watch more videos. These are high interest, personal stories that really enhance the study. Don’t skip them.

The study is a strong and much needed topic among our youth today. Joni and Friends do a good job with making the information relevant to the students. They take on a hard topic head on and students will really benefit from it.

Also available is a version of this directed towards adults and it is titled The Gospel In Hard Times: study guide with leader’s notes.

About Joni And Friends:
Joni and Friends is an organization that accelerates Christian outreach in the disability community. Founded in 1979, their mission is to communicate the gospel and equip Christ-honoring churches worldwide to evangelize and disciple people affected by disability.

The organization authors numerous books including the new releases The Gospel in Hard Times and The Gospel in Hard Times for Students (study guides about suffering in which participants are guided to look to Jesus to understand who God is in the midst of their own suffering and the suffering of others), God Made Me Unique (a children’s book helping parents and caregivers teach children that God creates every person in the image of God), and a series of minibooks providing personal insight & encouragement for tough circumstances.

You can learn more about Joni and Friends at www.joniandfriends.org.

Blessings,
Lori, At Home.

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These Are A Few Of Our Favorite Books! L ~ Blogging Through The Alphabet

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Little Women – Louisa May Alcott

(fiction)

This book takes place in the time period of the Civil War, in a family of six – Father, who is off fighting; Marmee, the loving mother; Meg, the oldest daughter, who is smart and ladylike; tomboyish Jo, the second oldest daughter; Beth, the sweet angel of the family; and the youngest, Amy, who is pretty, bubbly, and longs to do everything with her sisters. This book follows their lives as everything changes as they grow up, and trade childhood games for parties and suitors. But through everything that happens, the four sisters stick together to face their lives with love.

E – Mama read this book to us as well when I was about 10. I had had a hard time starting it by myself, but it was so much easier with someone reading it to me instead. My favorite character was probably a tie between Jo, because I think that I am a lot like her, and Beth, because I want to be like her. Altogether, it was a fabulous book, and a great read-aloud.

Lily Series – Nancy Rue

(fiction)

Lily is a sixth-grader in public school, desperate to find her “thing”. She has two annoying brothers – older Art, whose “thing” is music; and younger Joe, whose “thing” is sports. Lily feels awkward, like she doesn’t fit in her own family, and thinks that her fiery red hair makes her look ugly. First book, Here’s Lily synopsis – One day at school, Lily gets a compliment on her looks from a nice woman in the modeling business. The woman, Kathleen, is “searching” for kid models in in a fashion show, and she wants Lily to be a part of it. Lily throws her whole self into it, believing that this could be what she’s good at, and making other friends at school in the process. But when something goes wrong on the night of the show, Lily learns an important lesson, a lesson about true beauty and how God sees us.

E – This book appealed to me because I kind of feel like Lily sometimes. I want to figure out what it is that God wants me to do with my life, but there is so much other stuff going on that it can hard sometimes. Lily is an amazing main character and I feel like she is probably everyone’s favorite because she has such a personality that I think everyone can relate to at least one thing about her. I liked how this series showed a fun, friendly, God-fearing family, and the way they lived their life. I also liked how there were 14 books in the series that follow Lily as she grows up a little more, and then interactive companion books that tell a little more about the subject of that book for each one.

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You know, Little Women and the following books have been favorites since my own childhood. I am so glad the girls followed in my footsteps with these particular books and Louisa May Alcott. Such wonderful stories.

Blessings,
Lori, At Home.

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