Common Ground Camp

Common Ground Camp

473 Tatro Road, Starksboro, VT 05487 Our signature family camp in four week-long sessions to choose from!   Common Ground Center Retreat Facility Rentals Learn more about renting our facility for weddings, retreats, conferences, and school trips! Adult programs… Men’s Winter Adventure Weekend: Relax and play outdoors with a group of men! The Women’s...
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Families on the Road

Families on the Road

Families on the Road (FOTR) is for families who are on the road fulltime, on extended road trips, or who are just daydreaming about traveling. Some families travel because their occupations require mobility, such as construction, telecommunications, and entertainment. Others have traded in fast-paced careers for a life on wheels – maybe for a...
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Skipping Stones Magazine

Skipping Stones Magazine

Where else could you read a true story by a 14 year old Indonesian girl, a poem by a 9 year old Japanese boy and see pictures drawn by kids from all over the globe? Skipping Stones describes itself as “a non-profit children’s magazine that encourages cooperation, creativity and celebration of cultural and linguistic...
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Homeschooling while traveling

The mother of a homeschooling family from  Sweden recently wrote that thanks to homeschooling, her family has been able to travel long term around the world.  She also mentioned that they often visit other families while touring  since there are only about 100 families in Sweden that homeschool. You can read their page on...
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Lego Awards

After watching the following video, check out the Lego Click Awards 2009. Time Lapse Lego Light Bulb from Beschizza on Vimeo.
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WWII: An American Scrapbook

WWII: An American Scrapbook shares stories about WWII. Do you have a story or know someone that does? Then visit and share your story as well. WWII: An American Scrapbook
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No Child Left Inside-COH

Visit Corn and Oil to explore this week’s COH-No Child Left Inside
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COH- Common Room

The Common Room did a splendid job of filling in for Dana at Principled Discovery and hosting the Carnival. You can explore all the posts here.  Great job Common Room and hugs and well-wishes to Dana!
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Happy 40th Earth Day

In my opinion, every day should be Earth Day, but I’m glad that we do celebrate it once a year and bring awareness to others. Disneyature Earth looks like a pretty cool looking movie. I don’t know if I’ll see it at the theatre, but I’m very, very tempted. Perhaps a matinee. Earthday Network...
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Join us for the Carnival of Homeschooling

I’ve taken the plunge and will be hosting this week’s Carnival of Homeschooling here at HEM’s Guide to Resources.  I’ve been enjoying the submissions that have been coming in and look forward to those that will be coming in the rest of the week. I hope you will join us by submitting your post...
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