• It's a few months into our "school year" and about time to take a step back and see if what we are doing is working. For the most part, what Read More
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  • Moving a family of 5 is no small feat. We have moved many times, but this was, by far, the most stressful! Moving and homeschooling can be a tricky combination! Read More
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  • What’s worse than a day when no one feels like doing school, but you have to do it anyway? I always felt it was much worse to be in the Read More
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Tuesday, 14 October 2014 00:00

Help Shape the New Explode the Code!

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