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Thursday, November 20, 2014

LG Optimus F3 Tutorial: How to make more space

Root Your Phone (Kingo) - Part 1/4

Bloatware Removal (System App Remover) - Part 2/4

Create External Partition (Aparted) - Part 3/4

Move Apps to External Storage (Link2SD) - Part 4/4

Monday, November 10, 2014

Karma Classic: Pay-As-You-Go Wi-Fi Hotspot Data Never Expires!

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- Nationwide 4G LTE Coverage
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- $14/GB – Data never expires
- Pay only for what you use

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Saturday, September 13, 2014

6th Grade



  • Sewing
  • Cooking
  • Household Chores
  • Other 

  • Arthur Bailey Scott
  • Library Skills Continue to learn to use library as a source of information. Learn how to use dictionaries, encyclopedias, etc. Some helpful websites can be found under Library Skills in this blog.
  • McGuffey's Third Eclectic Reader, Revised Edition (5th & 6th graders)

SPELLING & Writing
    Helpful Resources
  • Audiobooks on the Ambleside List can be found at LibriVox. It seems the Ambleside, Old Fashioned Education, and Robinson's Curriculum share several of the same books.
  • GRADES: We use Homeschool Skedtrack, an online planner, scheduler, and tracker. It prints your report card for you.

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Happy Mother's Day!

Happy Mother's Day to all the hard working Mother's out there (and single Dad's too)!

It warms a Mother's heart when they wake up and see sweet little notes from their little ones!  Enjoy your day!

According to International Business Times, "The earliest history of the Mother's day celebration can be traced to the Greek's celebration of a day in honor of the maternal goddesses. Rhea, wife of Cronus and the mother of many deities of Greek mythology was honored.

 A celebration of ancient Romans that dates back to some 250 years before Christ was born, is also thought to be a possible origin of the present day Mother's day. They celebrated a spring festival called 'Hilaria' that was dedicated to Cybele, a mother goddess. However, the celebrations that usually lasted for three days with parades, games and masquerades; were thought to be notorious and the followers of Cybele were ultimately banished from Rome

 The fourth Sunday of lent was also celebrated by early Christians in honor of the Virgin Mary, Christ's mother. But in the UK, the celebration was expanded to include all mothers and was called Mothering Sunday".  (Retrieved from on May 11, 2014)

Have you bought a gift for your Mom yet?  Head over to and select your Mom her perfect 
Mother's Day gift!  

Homeschool is FUN!