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A Mountie’s March West

Published: 03/19/2015 by Kate Schutz in Homeschool

A Mountie’s March West

“I had a blanket taken from every officer and man last night, so that each horse was covered and protected from the cold rain and wind, which set in about 9 p.m. I begin to feel very much alarmed for the safety of the Force. If a few hours’ cold rain


John A. Macdonald (c. 1815-1891)

Published: 03/11/2015 by Sarah Kitteringham in Study Snapshots

John A. Macdonald (c. 1815-1891)

Canada’s first Prime Minister was a man who truly rose to the challenge of forging and governing a vast nation. Despite the tragedy that consumed his private life, Macdonald was the main initiator behind the British North America Act and deftly handl


Aotearoa: A People & a Legend

Published: 04/28/2015 by EducationGroup.ca in Homeschool

Aotearoa: A People & a Legend

When we hear New Zealand, many of us think of The Lord of the Rings trilogy, or perhaps, the All Blacks with their fierce pre-game Haka. But there is more to these tiny islands of 268,021 km• than meets the eye.


Math on the Move

Published: 03/01/2016 by EducationGroup.ca in Homeschool

Math on the Move

Making math relevant and interesting is key to helping children learn what can seem like difficult and abstract concepts. For mathematics, you don’t have to look far to find someplace where you can apply concepts to real life. My favourite place to


How to Start Journaling

Published: 02/16/2016 by Roxanne Rizzuto B.Ed., B.A., T.E.S.L. in Homeschool

How to Start Journaling

Many people hear the term “journaling” and immediately remember the diary they tried (and failed) to maintain as a child. However, journaling can be so much more.


The "isms"of Art History

Published: 10/12/2015 by Pat Knepley in Homeschool

The "isms"of Art History

The history of visual art through the ages is generally broken down into movements—periods of time when artists were like-minded and worked around a set of core beliefs . . . whether they knew each other or not!

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