Posts Tagged ‘academic’

COMMUNITY EVENT: Winter Homeschool Camp at ACNW

The Audubon Center of the North Woods (ACNW) offers homeschool camps every fall and winter to extend our quality formal school programming to the homeschool community. We specialize in overnight experiences for K–12 learners and our classes are aligned with MN Academic Standards. Join for us for a one- or two-night environmental learning experience full…

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COMMUNITY EVENT: Fall Homeschool Camp at ACNW

The Audubon Center of the North Woods (ACNW) offers homeschool camps every fall and winter to extend our quality formal school programming to the homeschool community. We specialize in overnight experiences for K–12 learners and our classes are aligned with MN Academic Standards. Join for us for a one- or two-night environmental learning experience full…

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COMMUNITY EVENT: One Day Writing Workshop for Grades 4-8

This one-day workshop is for students in grades 4-8 who… …are “reluctant writers” (maybe even despise writing!) …are “rambling writers” (I could go on and on… ) …have an aversion to grammar …need motivation and tools to become confident, independent writers (through middle school, high school, and beyond…) Four elements of this workshop: 1. Grammar…

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Used Homeschool Curriculum and Supply Sale

Clear out your bookshelves, clean out the closet and bless others with your homeschool treasures Curriculum and supplies for Pre-K through grade 12 – sooo many publishers and different types of books Saturday, March 24th 9 am – 3 pm Mark your calendars to shop the many tables, meet other homeschoolers and go home with…

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PSEO Open House

WEST PSEO Information Night! Come learn about the WEST PSEO program and courses offered on the WEST campus in Maple Grove Meet the professors/CAs, review curriculum and plan your PSEO adventure at the Membership requests & Registration begin May 1, 2018 8:00 a.m. WEST looks forward to working with you and your student!

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Ways to Teach Reading at an Early Age

The famous writer and politician Richard Steele once stated: “Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.” Reading is essential for functioning in the world around us and is critical for thinking and reasoning skills. Nonetheless, teaching this most basic skills is a daunting and difficult task for many home educators. Teaching…

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