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Knit Sewing Supply Caddy Tutorial

Knit Sewing Supply Caddy Tutorial is a post from Confessions of a Homeschooler. If you’ve enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Erica on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+! Also be sure to stop by her Community to join the discussion or her Store to see her latest items!

Hi everyone! I have a super fun and easy project tutorial for you today! I’ll be showing you how to make this cute knitting and sewing supply caddy! I really needed something that would house my most commonly used supplies that I can throw in my knit bags so I have my basics with me, and so I made up…

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Would a Space Force Mean the End of NASA?

The United States already has a space agency: NASA. So why do we need a Space Force, and what would it do? Could a Space Force strain diplomatic relationships, reigniting the race to militarize space?

When Will We Find Planet Nine?

Evidence of a big, unseen world in the extreme outer solar system continues to mount, giving astronomers more and more confidence that “Planet Nine” is real.

Which Language Skill is Most Important?

Which language skill is most important? The priority should always be 看听 (look, listen) followed by 说读写 (speak, read, write).
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3 Big Reasons Your Child Should Be Reading Aloud

He should have practice, too, in reading aloud, for the most part, in the books he is using for his term’s work. These should include a good deal of poetry, to accustom him to the delicate rendering of shades of meaning, and especially to make him aware that words are beautiful in themselves, that they […]

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3 Big Reasons Your Child Should Be Reading Aloud

He should have practice, too, in reading aloud, for the most part, in the books he is using for his term’s work. These should include a good deal of poetry, to accustom him to the delicate rendering of shades of meaning, and especially to make him aware that words are beautiful in themselves, that they […]

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Best Space Gifts 2018

From stargazing gear to cosmic bling and out-of-this-world toys, here are Space.com’s picks for the coolest space gifts of 2018.

The Best Space Gifts for Kids 2018

From robots to rockets and toddler-size telescopes, here are Space.com’s picks for the best space and STEM gifts for kids this year.

Spaceflight, SETI Communities Mourn Passing of Paul Allen

The death of billionaire technologist, philanthropist and private-spaceflight entrepreneur Paul Allen has hit hard for people from many different walks of life. Read a few tributes to him from folks in the spaceflight and SETI communities.

5th Grade Reading list

5th Grade Reading list is a post from Confessions of a Homeschooler. If you’ve enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Erica on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+! Also be sure to stop by her Community to join the discussion or her Store to see her latest items!

Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing our 5th Grade Reading List with you! These book lists are not only educational, but the perfect way to encourage your student to enjoy reading! Most fifth grade students should be reading fairly well at this stage. If you still have a struggling reader, I suggest reading aloud with them often while they finger trace…

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Swedish Drill for Co-ops: Your Questions – Answered!

It’s an exciting time of year, isn’t it? Summer will soon fade into the cooler temperatures of autumn, and a new “year in books” will begin for Charlotte Mason homeschoolers. For many families, back to school involves a return to regular community activities. I have received a number of questions over the past several weeks […]

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Hubble Space Telescope Should Be Back in Action Soon

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope shouldn’t be sidelined for too much longer. Mission team members are working to get a balky gyroscope online, but Hubble can operate without it if needed, agency officials said.

Draper Bids on NASA Commercial Lunar Lander Competition

The organization that helped NASA’s Apollo spacecraft land on the moon a half-century ago is now working with an industry team that includes a Japanese lunar lander company to propose a commercial return to the lunar surface.