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Valentine’s Day is this week, and you are trying to find a creative way to include the history of this holiday in your child’s lesson plan. We’re here to help! Today, we’re going to discuss the history of Valentine’s Day, an ancient Roman Catholic tradition. Plus, we include our special Linzer Cookie Recipe!

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Can you imagine reading a book where the words went right out to the four edges of the paper? How unsettling that would be to try to read! The margin is there for a purpose. Margin gives us space to hold the book comfortably. It gives us breathing room to take in all of the words.

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Elections are part of the American way of life. From time immemorial, citizens of the United States have geared up and headed to the polls every November in order to vote on important issues, elect local representatives, and choose a national leader every fourth year.

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Home School in the Woods’ 5-part collection of Project Passport World History studies are thorough, comprehensive, and jam-packed full of educational goodies. We count them amongst our most favorite products — and no wonder! We invested over six years into the series, painstakingly researching and creating each study.

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You have most likely HEARD of the “Charlotte Mason” method of education. But, do you know exactly what it means? From short lessons to habits, living books, narration, dictation, nature, art, music, and handicrafts, find out more about this fascinating methodology and how Home School in the Woods fits in!

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