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  • Ask Mr. Religion
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    After I got him through elementary school using my own cobbled together curriculum, I used these folks when home schooling my son through the high school courses: http://www.americanschoolofcorr.com

    He later went on to graduate from ASU with honors.

    AMR

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  • kmoney
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    Originally posted by Ninjashadow View Post
    Where's TOL?
    Where's you?

    Happy Birthday.

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  • Aimey
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    Originally posted by Poly View Post
    Homeschool.com's top 100 educational web sites of the year.
    hey thanks!

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  • chatmaggot
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    In a recent issue of Answers Magazine (Answer's In Genesis magazine equivalent to Creation Ministries International Creation Magazine) they had a brief article about the website kids4truth.

    It has some really interesting stuff that could be used for homeschool (younger ages).

    I liked the watchmaker "dynamation" found by clicking here.

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  • QueenAtHome
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    Thanks for the link. I passed it on to my SIL

    I am sure it will keep me busy for awhile as well.

    Sometimes the web can be be overwhelming and you don't know where to begin to look
    (Like looking for a feild mouse in a hay field)

    This narrows it down.

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  • Ninjashadow
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    Where's TOL?

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  • Poly
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    Top 100 Homeschool websites

    Homeschool.com's top 100 educational web sites of the year.
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