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    I went to private schooIs and was homeschooled. l created Bible Memory Grammar and educational items

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    Isaiah 53:3 KJV But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed.
    John 1:29 KJV The next day John seeth Jesus coming unto him, and saith, Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world.

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  1. A good penmanship program like Handwriting Without Tears, might be helpful. Learning Without Tears also has Building Writers for more practice.
  2. The Little Grammar People PDF is 8.96 see: https://www.livingbookpress.com/product-category/nuri-mass/ Some Free Online Grammar: https://www.grammarbook.com/ Simply Grammar is another good grammar book. https://www.rainbowresource.com/product/Simply+Grammar/002522
  3. acresoft

    Word Problems Needed

    Word Problem Worksheets: https://www.dadsworksheets.com/worksheets/word-problems.html
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    Latin for 3rd grade?

    Galore Park has SyrwtlLatin. Under their FAQs you can find their international shipping rate.
  5. Learn to Write the Novel Way is great for people interested in learning to write stories. There is also the Writing & Rhetoric program from Classical Academic Press.
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    Introducing our granddaughter, Emma Claire

    Congratulations, on your granddaughter!
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    any suggestions for

    Monarch from Alpha Omega is an online curriculum. There's also Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool, that uses online resources.
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    Suggestions for enrichment

    The World of Science from: https://www.mfwbooks.com/item/15500/The-World-of-Science/ Scouting books have lots of ideas, that spark interest in hobbies. Hobbies can lead to careers. Keepers of the Faith have nice printable PDF files, that are pretty cheap. Samples of the scouting books are on Archive. https://web.archive.org/web/20120504062739/http://www.keepersofthefaith.com/product/KeepersatHomeHandbook https://web.archive.org/web/20120504055548/http://www.keepersofthefaith.com/product/ContendersfortheFaithHandbook
  9. A Bible memory book from: http://www.scripturememory.com/ Or http://www.thywordcreations.com/ A children's hymnal and an easy instrument like a tambourine can help to teach about rhythm. A Bible story book is also great.
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    I unplugged my kid and now

    Playing the piano is great! That is such a great thing to know! It's also a great time to pick a hobby or two. https://keepersofthefaith.com/contenders-for-the-faith/ Keepers of the Faith has nice cheap scouting PDF's. You can see a sample on archive. https://web.archive.org/web/20120504055548/http://www.keepersofthefaith.com/product/ContendersfortheFaithHandbook Maybe a regular gametime, and pull out the board games would be fun.
  11. acresoft

    Need a new elementary math curriculum

    Mathematical Reasoning from Critical Thinking Company is colorful.
  12. acresoft

    Poetry

    A free hymn site can have a lot of nice poems. http://www.hymntime.com/tch/index.htm You can find poems based on topics. If you want to sing them you can listen to the music.
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    Math....sigh

    Child1st publications has some right brained math products. Or: Critical Thinking Company's Mathematical Reasoning If it's dyscalculia: https://blog.mindresearch.org/blog/homeschool-math-story https://learningabledkids.com/mathematics/mathematics.htm
  14. Drawing Textbook from Audio-Visual Drawing Program is a booklet that's worth having, even if you don't get all the way through it.
  15. Narrow your topic, to one main point you want to get across. Don't have to broad a topic. Do a lot of research on your topic, until you have a strong opinion, and feel comfortable writing about it. Write your opening paragraph to introduce your topic, and opinion. Write three paragraphs supporting your point. Let each paragraph be about a different point, that supports your main point. Write a closing paragraph that drives your main point home. Read over your final essay, making sure it sounds the way you want. Make sure it makes a strong case for your main point. Check that all words are spelled correctly, and that you have correct punctuation.
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