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Amazing Reading Program! Children Reading at 2 Years-Old

 This boy pictured can read an entire Level 1 book at 2 years and 4 months. Jim and Elena, proud parents of three wonderful children developed the  Children Learning Reading method. It is a simple, step-by-step program that will help parents teach their children to read  in about 15 minutes a day in just 12 weeks. Children as […]

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Learn Hebrew, Much Faster!

Below is a very interesting message from Seth Young, one of the world’s most prolific Hebrew teachers Shalom. My name is Seth Young. Tens of thousands of students currently learn Hebrew via my webinars, CDs, web sites, email lists, Facebook groups and Facebook applications. But I have a little “secret” to share with you. I did […]

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300 Online Learning Games for Grades K-5

Lets face it, children love to play games on the computer or Tablet. K5 Stars is a place you can be happy about your child’s time with an electronic device. With over 300 games to chose from you can zero in on your children’s weak areas or let them practice and get ahead while they are are […]

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Steps to Organizing Your Home Library

How to set up your library so that your reading flourishes. I got the idea of how to organize my home library from the book Little Guide To Your Well-Read Life. He first suggest diving books into unread (Library of Candidates) and read (Living Library), All our books are spread out through out the house […]

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Free Go to the Ant Lesson Plan

Last Sunday at children’s church I taught about ants, based on on Proverbs 6:6. Here is my lesson plan, based on Heart of Wisdom 4-step plan:

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Free Printable Clip Chart Behavior System

Here’s a great idea to start out the new school year! I was looking at a some behavior charts to help discourage grumbling during school work and chores. I found the Clip Chart Behavior Set up. I like it because it focuses on both positive and negative. It is designed for school use so I […]

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SAD Killed my Daughter- Don’t Let it Kill Your Children!

My beautiful, amazing, delightful, daughter, Victoria was killed, this year , by a food addiction. She left behind three teenage sons. Don’t let this happen to your family.   Stop feeding your family the Standard American Diet! No More SAD   Eating God’s Way Facebook Group Join us on Facebook for free tips, ideas, education, links, and encouragement on how to feed your […]

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NEW STORE Homeschool-Books: Up to 50% Off

Charlotte Mason would love this store! Bible focused, chronological history, science in Creation order, living books, and much more! ist

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50 States in 50 Days with Bunny Trails

This year, our homeschool focus is 50 States in 50 days with Bunny Trails. All the links are now on Pinterest   Every day, we study a “State of the Day,”  then we branch off into a Delight Directed bunny trail. This was not my original plan for this year, it just developed (see evolution of this plan […]

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Get Organized with Trello Lists

I am a list maker so I fell in love with Trello,  a free collaboration tool that organizes your project lists into boards. In one glance, Trello tells you what’s being worked on, who’s working on what, and where something is in a process. I use Trello to organize my work, hobbies, and home life. Trello’s user […]

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Key to a Sucessful Homeschool- Never Fails!

After 30 years of homeschooling I can confidently say this is the key. It is the only way.  

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Honor Your Mother, Even When it’s Hard

Mothers are precious gifts to their families, and the value of a godly mother is beyond measure. In the fifth commandment, Honor your mother and father (Exodus 20:12, 21:17), the word “honor” is to obey, to revere, to speak kindly to, to speak and think well of. ” For God said, Honor thy father and thy […]

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What’s Your Foundation?

Is your faith is based on church attendance, homeschooling, Scripture memorization,reading a certain Bible, Calvinism, or other “good” works or denomination? Pride in “we don’t smoke, drink, cuss, chew or go to movies” is a house built on sand with a crashing waves approaching. Take a minute to examine your foundation. Do you depend on God […]

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Eating God’s Way Facebook Group

Heart of Wisdom (that would be me) publishes books on topics I am passionate about: Homeschooling Hebrew Roots Health and Nutrition In the last five years, I have had four heart surgeries  as a direct result of the SAD (Standard American Diet). Last year, I watched my dear friend JoAnn devastated when her devoted husband […]

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Caught In The Do-Dos

The Businessman and the Begger Two men approached Jesus on his last journey to Jerusalem–a businessman and a beggar. The first was a righteous man who had meticulously kept the law all of his life. He only wanted to ensure that his efforts would be enough to secure him eternal life. Tragically, he went away […]

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The Shack Revisited by Baxter Kruger

I was so excited to find The Shack Revisited: There Is More Going On Here than You Ever Dared to Dream in my Kindle this week. I ordered the pre-release months ago. I have enjoyed over a hundred hours of Baxter Kruger teachings from  Perichoresis Ministries  and I wanted more. When you combine Baxter’s Bible knowledge,  wonderful Mississippi accent, deliverance from Calvinist upbringing, […]

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5 Steps to Successful Forgiveness

Unforgiveness is toxic. It can consume us. It causes suffering, health problems, bitterness, chronic anger, resentment, rage, and a miserable attitude. Studies show that such emotions can lead to an increased risk of heart attack, joint pain, headaches, high blood pressure and a depressed immune system.

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How to Become a Kinder, Gentler Mother

What mother doesn’t want to become kinder, gentler, and more loving?

Remember how Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz was searching for a way home and finally found out she had the magic slippers that won the whole time? You have the answer inside you now.

I received a visual object lesson of this promise this week.

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Ultimate Homeschool Pinterest Party

  –> Follow Curriculum Choice’s Homeschool Organization board! Visit these ladies: Jamerrill @FreeHomeschoolDeals Jenn @ Daze of Adventure Toni @ The Happy Housewife Staci @ Motherhood on a Dime Tricia @ Hodgepodge  My Pinterest Homeschool Boards Follow Robin Sampson’s board Homeschool: Heart of Wisdom on Pinterest. Follow Robin Sampson’s board Homeschool: Bible on Pinterest.   Follow Robin Sampson’s board Homeschool: Free […]

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The Desensitization Boxes

Has your child seen an autopsy? Professor Masserman created experiments with cats that made them “neurotic” by giving them electric shocks in a certain box.  Soon the cats acted anxious whenever they were put in the box. In the second part of the experiment, Masserman observed that the cats lost their “neurosis” if they were […]

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His Eye is on the Sparrow

Jesus taught lessons with items from Creation. Light, salt, lilies, seeds, sparrows, all take on new significance. Bread and wine take on new significance because he made them symbols of his death.

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Free eBooks, Audio Books, & Book Advice

You can use your library card on-line to place eBooks on your Kindle, Nook, iPhone, tablet, etc or read online (I now read most books on my computer with a table mate). I use Overdrive to check out eBooks from my library. All you need is a library card. I’ve probably saved thousands this way. At times […]

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In Memory of My Daughter

She was beautiful, giving, amazingly talented. She was the most loving person I have ever known. She loved her children emormously and was usually seen with one of them in her loving embrace. Her laugh was infectious. She was inspirational, amazingly creative in business, crafts, and art. She was the peace maker in our family. She was […]

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Obeying Spiritual Nudges

I love to give children cart rides with our miniature horses. Once I get them in the middle of the pasture  I begin my Deuteronomy-6-by-the-way-object-lesson. To turn a right or left means a tiny gentle tug. I use this to teach the children how we need to listen to God’s gentle tugs. I point out […]

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Free Printable Folger’s Coffee Can Labels

Here is a great frugal gift idea: Folgers plastic resealable coffee containers are durable and have a handy indent for a handle. Its a super idea for gift giving. Fill with Bird seed, crayons, backed goods, candy, small toys, craft items, etc

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Free Speech for All Americans Except Christians??

Our boys watch Duck Dynasty. I was happy to find a wholesome show that promotes family and God. The patriarch of the show Phil Robertson was suspended by  A&E becasue he quoted Scripture in a magazine interview.  This is an opportunity to speak up. Free speech is an American right for all–including Christians! Share the […]

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Everyone Has a Worldview: Do You Know Yours?

Everyone Has a Worldview: Do You Know Yours? God expects His people to seek earnestly for the truth. As the Apostle Paul faced the humanists of his day, so the faithful and aware Christian must, if he is truly to follow Christ, face the humanists of our day. Our children will eventually be in company […]

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Torn Over Christmas?

How do you feel about Christmas? Do you observe it differently now compared to how you observed it when you were a child? Do you observe it at all? Did you know Christmas has pagan roots? Does that bother you? Don’t get nervous. I’m not going to tell you what you should or shouldn’t be […]

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Easy No Bake Thanksgiving Cookies

Time to decorate for Thanksgiving and start gathering recipes. These cookies have been our family tradition for over 25 years now. Making them is a special time the children look forward to every Thanksgiving. Giving them to neighbors and friends is just as fun. No Bake Chocolate Turkey Cookies Ingredients: Fudge Striped Cookies Chocolate bonbons […]

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Using Kindle for Reluctant Readers

If you have a struggling reader try the encouraging them with Amazon’s Kindle.  Readers can listen to the audio (text to speech) while following the text. Twenty minutes a day really helps. Immersion Reading With the newer Kindles you can listen to the professionally narrated Audible audiobook simultaneously with real-time word highlighting. Immersion Reading is a […]