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  1. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    https://www.amazon.com/Childs-Story-America-79945/dp/1930092938 Christian Liberty Press. 200 pages. 1: Columbus, The Great Sailor 2: Three Great Discoverers 3: Heroic English Settlers 4: More Settlers Come to America 5: The Colonies of the South 6: The Story of the Native Americans 7: Royal Governors, Loyal Captains 8: Old Times in the Colonies 9: Jonathan Edwards, Town Crier for God 10: A Hero of the Colonies 11: The French and Indian War 12: The Colonies Want Independence 13: Fighting for Freedom 14: John Paul Jones, the Naval Hero 15: The Swamp Fox and the General 16: The Voyage of Our Grand Republic 17: The End of a Noble Life 18: The New Nation Begins to Grow 19: The War of 1812 20: The Lone Star Republic 21: The War Between the States 22: War on Sea and Land 23: The Wealth of Peace 24: How the 19th Century Ended 25: The Wars for World Freedom 26: Two Decades of Change 27: America's Recent Past 28: The American System 29: Calling America Back to God

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    https://www.amazon.com/American-History-James-P-Stobaugh/dp/0890516448/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1509652606&sr=8-1&keywords=American+History+Stobaugh&dpID=51PVP4xSlQL&preST=_SX218_BO1,204,203,200_QL40_&dpSrc=srch This is the teacher's guide. ISBN-13: 978-0-89051-643-0. 2012. 159 pages, covering 34 different chapters. Each chapter has 5 lessons, taking approximately 20 to 30 minutes each. Chapters: 1. Natives of the New World 2. Slavery and Religious Freedom 3. Pilgrims and Puritans 4. Colonial Life 5. Causes of the American Revolution 6. Patriots and Revolution 7. U.S. Constitution 8. Nationalism 9. Democracy and New Governments 10. Age of Reform 11. Antebellum Slavery 12. Revivalism 13. Causes of the American Civil War 14. The American Civil War 15. Reconstruction 16: Reconstruction: Primary Sources 17: Immigration 18. The Gilded Age 19: The Gilded Age: Problems 20. The Wild West 21. African-American History: The Great Migration 22. American Becomes a World Power 23. World War I and the Roaring '20s 24. American Life: 1900-1940 25. World Ware II and Beyond 26. The Vietnam War 27. African-American History: Nationalism 28. African-American History: Free at Last 29. Culture Wars: 1950s to the Present 30. Contemporary Social History 31. Late 20th Century World Views 32. War on Terrorism 33. Contemporary Issues, Part I 34: Contemporary Issues; Part II The text also includes weekly exams. Excellent condition. No writing. Non-smoking home.

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    This is the Instructor's Guide and Notes, 12th Edition. Good condition. I have handwritten notes on the schedule pages up through Week 31 but no other marks. Unbound, three-hole-punched. From a non-smoking home.

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    I have the Parent Guide and the Student Guide for the Sonlight Curriculum Core 300. This is the 15th Edition. Unbound, 3-hole punched pages. No writing. Excellent condition. $100

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  5. I'm another long-timer. I joined when my oldest was just a pre-K'er...probably 2002? He's a senior in high school now. His younger brothers (twins) have also been homeschooled all the way through; they're high school sophomores this year. We started homeschooling because Brian was allergic to pretty much everything as a kid...and it was the kind of allergies where you stop breathing. Not good. I looked into homeschooling because I couldn't fathom how a school was going to be able to keep him safe. A lot of the homeschooling literature at the time was... what should I say... OUT THERE. Then, one day, I was wandering quite aimlessly in the library and stumbled on The Well-Trained Mind. It spoke directly to me, convincing me that I could homeschool in a way that wasn't outside of my comfort zone. I devoured the book. I sincerely think I memorized the first section on the Grammar stage. Thank you so much, Susan, for providing this place for me for all of these years. I sincerely couldn't (and wouldn't) have done it without you!
  6. I agree that Insanity is awesome, but I think you will be irritated with it since you say you don't like cardio. It's a lot of cardio, and it is pretty repetitive. That being said, it is one of my absolute favorites. It sounds like P90X might be for you. You don't do nearly as much cardio, but you do a lot of strength training. Tony Horton does not scream. I find him very encouraging, and just dorky enough to make me laugh during workouts. YMMV. I hurt my ankle back in February, so I've been nursing it for a few months now. I just started P90 (no x...I call it the lower case version) and will do that, hopefully get stronger, and then go for the P90X program again. HTH!
  7. I live in MN. I bought all my boys' snow gear from Lands End for years. Now they can't wear the boy sizes and I am still looking for a men's brand that offers such quality. I like the 4 in 1 parka and the boots with Velcro for boys. Hth!
  8. I don't know where you are, but this sounds like something for the Calm Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Perhaps there is something similar near you?
  9. I was thinking about all the butter and cream she uses, so for a present, I'm thinking gym membership! (snort)
  10. I bought a child safety fridge door "lock" after this happened several times over here. Sometimes it was irresponsible kids, but sometimes it was the force of the central vac tube being manhandled around the freezer.
  11. I vote for learning to play an instrument. That's on my list...
  12. If you decide to ignore all the wisdom in my previous post, you could name them all Robert and call them Rob, Bob, and Bert.
  13. I have twins. I would strongly suggest you avoid rhyming names or names easily confused, like Shawn and Shane. It makes it too hard on poor ole sleep deprived mom to call the right baby the right name! Also, even if they are fraternal, they will likely look similar as babies. I made little braided bracelets for each of my boys. I put them on in the hospital and left them on for years. (Mine are identical.) even when you and your hubby can tell them apart, other people will really appreciate the help!
  14. Another great vegan restaurant...maybe just open for breakfast and lunch? Modern Times.
  15. Sauteed mushrooms in dairy-free gravy on top of homemade bread. Yum!
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