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Forum: Special Needs Homeschooling
 Topic: don't give up praying for your children
don't give up praying for your children [message #722674] Sat, 22 October 2011 23:30
Eve  is currently offline Eve
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Maybe this will encourage some of you: Dont give up on praying for your special needs children! What may seem impossible, isn't with the Lord!
I have been praying that my dd would have a hunger for the Lord and she is diving into the scriptures. I have prayed that she would find a need to learn, and she is starting to do more with her school work. I have prayed for healing, and though she hasn't been healed completely she has been growing by leaps and bounds, learning to look to God as her help in times of need. It's like she is finally understanding and applying some of what she has been taught to her heart. I prayed for a friend, and God had some friends who seem to have compassion and understanding toward her fears of people with her selective mutism. Don't give up! God does and will provide for the needs of our children and He is one who forms the hearts of all including our children!
Eve
 Topic: Interesting: Hidden Autism
Interesting: Hidden Autism [message #733725] Thu, 05 January 2012 09:40
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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http://www.latimes.com/news/local/autism/la-me-autism-day-fo ur-html,0,6403471.htmlstory


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: Autistic intelligence....
Autistic intelligence.... [message #735475] Mon, 16 January 2012 11:25
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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Never, never give up:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNZVV4Ciccg


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: Enter to win a free one year membership to the Feinngold Association
Enter to win a free one year membership to the Feinngold Association [message #748732] Wed, 02 May 2012 05:13
MartySC  is currently offline MartySC
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I have posted many times about the Feingold Program.

For those not familiar with it, by removing all the petroleum (crude oil - like what goes in your car) from my son's diet, he lost all his ADHD symptoms. It seems that petroleum in food can cause people to lose self-control. The symptoms include melt-downs, over-the-top emotions, constantly needing to move (like the contantly tapping foot, etc), hitting, biting, inability to respond correctly to lovingly administrated Biblical discipline. For some people, even a miniscule amount of petroleum is enough to cause a huge reaction.

Removing petroleum from the diet can cause a real change in many people. My dh even got a raise and a promotion after being on the Feingold Programm for 6 weeks. Even better, he learned how to sit still and how to deal responsibly with frustration. How much better for my children to learn this at a young age!

But petroleum can be hidden in foods. It is in most artificial flavors, artificial colors, and the preservatives BHA, BHT, and TBHQ. But those don't always have to be listed on the ingredient list. So avoiding them can be difficult.

The Feingold Association has volunteers who contact manufacturers and find out how their products are made. They make sure that baked products aren't made on pans sprayed with a pan spray that is preserved with a petrol-chemical. They make sure the packaging isn't sprayed with a preservative that will leech into the food. All the foods they find to be "safe" - ie. petroleum-free - they list in their Shopping Guide. That Shopping Guide is published and made available to all association members.

You can read more about the Program at http://www.feingold.org

If you are interested in joining the Association and trying the Feingold Program for yourself but are unable to afford the membership fee, a Feingold mom (not me) is giving away a one year membership on her blog. You can read here to find out how to be entered to win: http://allnaturalmomof3.blogspot.com/

If you have any questions about Feingold, please feel free to pm me!


Wife to my best friend, Mom to 18yog, 16yob, 14yob, 12yob, 11yob, 6yog, and five lost to miscarriage
 Topic: Resources for..
Resources for.. [message #767015] Mon, 19 November 2012 06:14
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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...homeschooling special needs kids:

http://www.hslda.org/cms/?q=blog%2Fthree-r%E2%80%99s-getting -started-homeschooling-kids-special-challenges-0


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: Sports Kids of the Year
Sports Kids of the Year [message #772108] Mon, 28 January 2013 15:19
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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I love this!

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=535846619773001

If you don't have facebook, google: 2012 Sports Illustrated Kids Sportskid of the Year brothers


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: Things You Wish Somebody Told You...
Things You Wish Somebody Told You... [message #775681] Sun, 24 March 2013 17:25
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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This article may have some things you don't agree with (isn't written really from a Christian point of view).

I wonder, though, what you wish someone had told you about parenting a special needs child. It also has some interesting nuggets like: ". A study released a couple of years ago found that autism moms have stress levels similar to combat soldiers."

What would you change or add or agree with or disagree with?

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/liane-kupferberg-carter/specia l-needs-child_b_2742206.html


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: I think we saw the video...
I think we saw the video... [message #777564] Mon, 22 April 2013 17:54
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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...of a show where Carly, an autistic girl who cannot verbally speak started typing.

Her parents never gave up on her. She has a lot of interesting insights into what kids might be thinking when they do certain things:

http://carlysvoice.com/home/aboutcarly/


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: Do any of you communicate non verbally?
Do any of you communicate non verbally? [message #782687] Sat, 13 July 2013 13:40
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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http://www.friendshipcircle.org/blog/2013/04/16/23-ways-to-c ommunicate-with-a-non-verbal-child/


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: Code breaking...
Code breaking... [message #782718] Sun, 14 July 2013 13:51
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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Dyslexia and dyspraxia....

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2362793/Dyslexia-Bri tains-secret-weapon-spy-war-Top-codebreakers-crack-complex-p roblems-suffer-condition.html


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: Interesting post about how it looks from another perspective....
Interesting post about how it looks from another perspective.... [message #794645] Sun, 26 January 2014 12:52
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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I didn't read all the comments or the rest of the site, just the article.

http://autisticchick.blogspot.com/2014/01/what-i-saw.html

Are your special needs kids able to articulate what it is like for them?


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: Survey regarding autism....
Survey regarding autism.... [message #794916] Fri, 31 January 2014 05:49
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=138996885604


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: Snap type for dysgraphia?
Snap type for dysgraphia? [message #808180] Sun, 11 January 2015 12:08
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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http://www.additudemag.com/adhdblogs/30/11108.html


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: So Sad
So Sad [message #809306] Fri, 20 February 2015 07:58
Terri in NY  is currently offline Terri in NY
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I saw this today and thought I'd share. It's 14 minutes but worth listening to it. National Teacher of the Year resigns because of the stupidity if the testing requirements on special ed students.

[url= http://www.dcclothesline.com/2015/02/17/nations-top-teacher- drops-resignation-bomb-cant-drill-em-kill-em/]

[Updated on: Fri, 20 February 2015 07:59]


"Blessed is the woman who has a smile in her voice, a sparkle in her eyes, a song on her lips; a spring in her step, a warmth in her touch, a depth to her beauty, a purpose for her life, a joy in her faith, a hope in her breast and a love in her heart."
 Topic: Has anyone seen this site...
Has anyone seen this site... [message #814726] Thu, 19 November 2015 14:46
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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...started by two guys with aspergers? I wonder if any concepts and the freedom of hosing might help a family....

http://www.aspergerexperts.com/go/toldparents/


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: Autism and stimmimg
Autism and stimmimg [message #815530] Mon, 18 January 2016 09:15
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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http://themighty.com/2016/01/11-people-with-autism-explain-w hat-stimming-feels-like/


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
Forum: TradingPost
 Topic: CHFWeb Trading Post Guidelines
CHFWeb Trading Post Guidelines [message #1479] Sat, 23 April 2005 00:09
Tamara Eaton
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CHFWeb Trading Post Guidelines

First a note to those involved in regular commerce on the web: We have always operated CHFWeb freely as a ministry and have never profited from it at all. We offer banner advertising to help pay for some of the ever-increasing costs but revenue from this has not covered expenses. Thus most would agree that it is unreasonable for dealers and small businesses to materially profit from our efforts without sharing in the costs associated with maintaining this area. --so if you desire to use the Trading Post as a business or means of profiting, we ask that you email us for advertising rates and we welcome your active involvement in covering the expenses of this venture!


The CHFWeb Trading Post is for CHFWeb participants to buy, sell, or trade materials of interest to Christian homeschooling families. This area is provided free of charge for individuals who are already participating in the other areas of CHFWeb. (Messages by individuals who are only posting on the Trading Post area, and not involved in other areas of CHFWeb, will be removed.)

Dealers or participants who are doing this as a business should email us for our advertising rates at: tamara.eaton@gmail.com .

Please use the subject line to identify your product and keep your post short and to the point! Please include prices for each item and note if this includes shipping charges. Please make sure you include your email address so participants can email you to work out details.

**We ask that participants not post more than one message on the Trading Post a day (you're welcome, however, to list more than one item in your message).**

This section is not for discussions, you should use email to exchange shipping addresses and work out arrangements or ask further questions. All discussions will be removed from this section.

CHFWeb is not responsible for any of these transactions. If you have a problem with one of the participants here, please make every attempt to work it out by email. We specify this board is for CHFWeb participants since we have confidence that the vast majority of Christian homeschooling families here will be honest and fair in their transactions, but in the rare case there is a problem, please email us at tamara.eaton@gmail.com so others will be aware and learn from your mistake!

Colossians 3:17 And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him.




[Updated on: Thu, 05 March 2009 14:45]

 Topic: FS: Chalk Dust Geometry
FS: Chalk Dust Geometry [message #810187] Thu, 26 March 2015 10:36
Sparrow's Song
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For Sale: Chalk Dust Geometry. Student text, DVD's, and Solutions Manual (everything you need.)

$175. Check only (our Paypal has been "on hold" for a while since someone tried to help themselves to our credit card account.) I'll ship as soon as the check clears.

Chalk Dust has been our saving grace for high school math. We couldn't have made it without it.


Blessings,
Sparrow's Song

Love divine has seen and counted
Every tear it caused to fall;
And the storm which Love appointed
Was its choicest gift of all...

 Topic: Homeschool Items for Sale
Homeschool Items for Sale [message #811292] Wed, 06 May 2015 19:13
Pam H  is currently offline Pam H
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Marilyn Howshall booklets -- $12 ppd. Nice. 5 booklets written by Marilyn Howshall. Titles: Lifestyle of Learning Approach; Howshall's Family Ministry; Waiting and Watching; Develop the ''Learning-Value'' of Your Lifestyle; Metaphor Lessons of Childhood Last 2 have blue covers. W&W is May 2000 newsletter. SOLD

Movies as Literature , Grs. 6-12 -- $15 ppd. Nice. by Richard & Kathryn Stout. student book and teacher guide

Notgrass Exploring World History pt 1, Grs. 9-12 -- $15 ppd. Nice. by Ray Notgrass. SOLD

Reading Reflex by McGuinness , Grs. K-5 -- $10 ppd. Nice. soft cover, covered with clear contact paper.

What Your 1st and 3rd Grader Needs to -- $10 ppd. Good. Know by ED Hirsch. 1st G is hardback 3rd G is soft. price for both

Email me with questions pharrishappy6 @ Gmail. com

Thanks for looking

[Updated on: Fri, 22 May 2015 08:16]


Love in Jesus,
Pam
married to Darryl (30 yrs) and mom to ds (22); ds (21); ds (19); ds (15); ds (13) and ds (11) and 6 others with Jesus
 Topic: CDs from Marcia Somerville
CDs from Marcia Somerville [message #811525] Tue, 19 May 2015 08:55
Pam H  is currently offline Pam H
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CDs from Marcia Somerville , Grs. K-12 -- $6 ppd. Nice. Cravings n Conflict and Tips for Teaching Houseful

PayPal please.


Love in Jesus,
Pam
married to Darryl (30 yrs) and mom to ds (22); ds (21); ds (19); ds (15); ds (13) and ds (11) and 6 others with Jesus
 Topic: SOS 3rd. SOLD
SOS 3rd. SOLD [message #811540] Wed, 20 May 2015 08:42
Pam H  is currently offline Pam H
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I bought this new a few years back and if I understand correctly, there is still one user eligible to on the copyright.

Switched-On Schoolhouse 3rd 2007 edition
Bible, Science, Math, History/Geography and installation disc with Quick Start Guide. Language Arts is not included.

$20.00 ppd


PayPal please.

[Updated on: Fri, 22 May 2015 08:13]


Love in Jesus,
Pam
married to Darryl (30 yrs) and mom to ds (22); ds (21); ds (19); ds (15); ds (13) and ds (11) and 6 others with Jesus
 Topic: Culling the Books
Culling the Books [message #811604] Mon, 25 May 2015 16:35
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Scaredy Cat Reading System by Joyce Herzog
Expedition with Vowels! Teacher Manual
Expedition with Vowels! audio CD
Expedition with Vowels! Student Activity Book 2 copies, one has 16 pages written on in pencil, one is clean
Excursion into Words! Student Activity Book, clean
Game cards
$50.00 pod

Horizons Phonics and Reading grade 1
Teacher's Manual
2 readers, The Fox In the Box & Deer In the Woods
Workbooks 1 & 2 (wkbk 1 has pencil writing on 22 pgs)
$40 pod

Sonlight Reading with Easy Readers some writing
$12 ppd

Sonlight Science 4th grade, Intro Physics, some small check marks
$5 pod

Rosetta Stone Espanol Spanish Level I
New workbook and study guide
$10 ppd

Rosetta Stone Espanol Spanish Level II, complete set
$50 ppd

PayPal please


Love in Jesus,
Pam
married to Darryl (30 yrs) and mom to ds (22); ds (21); ds (19); ds (15); ds (13) and ds (11) and 6 others with Jesus
 Topic: More Culling
More Culling [message #811611] Mon, 25 May 2015 21:34
Pam H  is currently offline Pam H
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A Beka Keyboarding and Document Processing, Grs. 6-12 -- $20 ppd. Nice. Textbook, Daily Lesson Plans, Supervisor Manual, c2008

Dorling Kindersley Story of Architecture by Jonathan -- $12 ppd. New. Glancey c2003, covered in clear contact paper

Fit and Fabulous in 15 Minutes w/DVD, Grs. 9-12 -- $12 ppd. Nice. by Teresa Tapp

Movies as Literature , Grs. 6-12 -- $12 ppd. Nice. by Richard & Kathryn Stout. student book and teacher

Progeny Press Farmer's Boy study guide, Gr. 5 -- $7 ppd. Nice. guide in folder

Warriner's English Grammar & Composition, hard cover, taped spine, $5 ppd

Mathematics for Everyday Affairs from the Singer Co., very good cond, hard cover, $5 ppd

The Story of Old Glory, Cornerstones of Freedom, good condition, hard cover, $4 ppd

Net Cetera: Chatting with Kids About Being Online, small soft cover, $3 ppd

Rod and Staff 2nd grade Phonics teacher manual, very good cond, $4 ppd

Rod and Staff Health for the Glory of God, teacher's manual and test booklet, good condition, $5 ppd

My Creation Bible by Ken Ham Master Books, board book, good condition, $5 ppd

BJU World History teacher's edition, c1998, 2volumes, spiral bound, Ancient History to Gulf War, excellent condition $12 ppd

SAT & College Preparatory Course by James Stobaugh, covered in clear contact paper, c1998 $7 ppd

Megawords 2 teaching guide, good condition, $4 ppd

Pathway Publishers workbook for More New Friends, good condition, writing on 7 pages $4 ppd

Pathway Publishers workbook for More New Friends, clean, $5 ppd

TCM Reading Comprehension for K-1, clean, $$4 ppd

The Plymouth Thanksgiving by Leonard Weisgard, mylar covered hard cover, good condition $5 ppd

PayPal please


Love in Jesus,
Pam
married to Darryl (30 yrs) and mom to ds (22); ds (21); ds (19); ds (15); ds (13) and ds (11) and 6 others with Jesus
 Topic: T Tapp for sale
T Tapp for sale [message #811999] Wed, 10 June 2015 16:29
Pam H  is currently offline Pam H
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Fit and Fabulous in 15 Minutes w/DVD, -- $12 ppd. Nice. by Teresa Tapp
If you pay with PayPal, asking you to split fees.
Money order our cleared check.


Love in Jesus,
Pam
married to Darryl (30 yrs) and mom to ds (22); ds (21); ds (19); ds (15); ds (13) and ds (11) and 6 others with Jesus
 Topic: Clearing some shelves
Clearing some shelves [message #817130] Sat, 11 June 2016 11:45
Carrie L  is currently offline Carrie L
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Selling off some homeschool stuff if anyone is interested. Prices do not include postage.

Notgrass Exploring America $35 c2007, complete set Includes both texts, American voices, Quiz book (missing front cover), and Answer key. Visible shelf wear, but no writing inside any books other than a name inside the cover.

Bible Doctrine for Older Children by Joel Beeke, Grs. 9-12 -- $15 Includes books A and B, like new

Pearables The Narrow Way , Grs. K-12 -- $15 Good condition, minor shelf wear, spiral bound, earlier edition Pearables Christian Character Curriculum & Materials

Also from Pearables - Home Economics for Home Schoolers Level One - $5 in like new condition

Books on Greece:
The Greeks - Usborne Illustrated World History - $5, like new
The Greenleaf Guide to Famous Men of Greece, text and guide and timeline chart - $10, like new
The Story of the Greeks by HA Guerber - $5, like new

Books on Rome
The story of the Romans by HAA Guerber - $5, like new
The Roman Empire and the Dark Ages by Giovanni Caselli - $5, hard cover, some shelf wear

The Middle Ages by Mike Corbishley - $5, hard cover, excellent condition
Famous Men of the Middle Ages - $7, text and timeline chart, excellent

Abeka charts - I have four sets... all laminated and all like new. $20 per set or $70 for all four
Old World History and Geography
New World History and Geography
Health 4-6 Teaching Charts
Science 4-6 Teaching Charts

These are pretty reasonably priced, but I will take reasonable offers. I will add on actual postage.


Carrie

Only three things are necessary to make life happy: the blessing of God, books, and a friend.
 Topic: Chemistry Curriculum complete with lab
Chemistry Curriculum complete with lab [message #817802] Sat, 30 July 2016 20:02
Dimples  is currently offline Dimples
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Complete high school Chemistry curriculum with lab. Lab set never used (we went another way). -- $100 plus s/h

 Topic: MANY BOOKS Clearing my shelves
MANY BOOKS Clearing my shelves [message #818129] Mon, 29 August 2016 13:08
Eve  is currently offline Eve
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I am in great need financially to get rid of most all my books.

Here is a basic list. Ask me if you are looking for something in particular that I might not have listed. I do not have prices written on this list. Ask and I will look up the price as I already have price stickers on them. I'll have to add a little shipping. Thanks. I do have Pay Pal.

My Father’s World Teacher’s Manuals and many of the coordinating books. K-High School Ancient History and World History. All except for Exploring Countries and Cultures which I can't seem to find right now.

Story of the World books and activity book

Math U See Teacher Instructor Kits

Apologia Science (General Science- will add free companion CD) , Botany and Astronomy Apologia

Considering God’s Creation

Several DK or Usborne books both for younger and older kids including some encyclopedias in History and Science
Singapore Math Primary Mathematics 1B and 2 A Texts (just $2 each!)

Artistic Pursuits K-3 and middle school

Come Look With Me Art books

A Child’s Book of Art

Drawing with Children

Other art books

Lots and lots of kids picture books and chapter books in good shape.

Janette Oke books

Manager’s of their Homes book

Parenting and Home school how to books from authors like Sally Clarkson, Ruth Beechick, Diana Waring and Karen Andreola,

James Dobson parenting and marriage books

Lies Homeschooling Mom’s Believe

A Mom Just Like You

Books about Aspergers and books about the Gifted Child (ask me about titles)

Beth Moore, Francis Chan and others in my non-fiction adult books
Puzzles, Games like Tribond (NO MISSING PIECES! Practically brand new!)

Progney Press Literature studies for Anne of Green Gables, Swiss Family Robinson, and The Hiding Place (Anne of Green Gables has a few pages written in. The others have no writing)

Sequential Spelling 1-well used, 5,6, and 7-like new

Easy Grammar 3 and 4 Teacher's Manuals

Cuisenaire Rods Alphabet Book (do not have the Cuisenaire rods)

Logic of English Text and barely used workbooks (may give the workbooks free if you buy the text and pay shipping)

150 Great Books- a book with many reproducible quizzes over many literature books

Story Starters by Karen Andreola

Writing Starters flip book

Genesis for Kids science experiment book

MANY "If You Traveled..." " If you Lived with..." History scholastic books Ask about titles

Ray Notgrass Exploring World History book- full set with quiz and answer book and "In Their Words" literature book alongside it.

Weaver Interlock Preschool system. Make offer on this one.
 Topic: want to buy MOVIES as LITERATURE
want to buy MOVIES as LITERATURE [message #818368] Wed, 21 September 2016 18:44
Eve  is currently offline Eve
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If you have Movies as Literature in fairly decent shape, I may be interested to buy. Thanks,
Eve
 Topic: Total Language Plus, Progeny Press, and more for sale
Total Language Plus, Progeny Press, and more for sale [message #818382] Thu, 22 September 2016 17:41
KarenB  is currently offline KarenB
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I have some books available. I had planned to give them to an online store, but they have yet to open their used book store Confused


Slow And Steady Get Me Ready = $5 has some shelf wear to the cover and mild scribble on the Title page but remainder of book is fine.

My Father's Dragon = paperback $2.50

The Usborne Flip And Flap Body Book = $5 hardback like new

Progeny Press A New Coat for Anna $5

Total Language Plus Oliver Twist $7.50

Total Language Plus The Witch of Blackbird Pond and paperback book $10


Learning Language Arts Through Literature Red Book Teacher book & all 6 readers (listed as 2nd grade) $15 many pages of Teacher Book have a coffee stain on them but the pages are not warped and the book is fine

I will be listing more.




I serve a Risen Savior.

 Topic: Sonlight D & E books for sale
Sonlight D & E books for sale [message #818383] Thu, 22 September 2016 17:50
KarenB  is currently offline KarenB
Messages: 697
Registered: November 2005
Location: St. Joseph MI
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The following books are used in Sonlight D or E and are available for $2.50 each.

If You Were There When They Signed the Constitution
A Lion to Guard Us
Robert Fulton Boy Craftsman
Caddie Woodlawn
In the Year of the Boar and Jackie Robinson
Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry
From The Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil Frankweiler

The Secret of the Sealed Room $5


I serve a Risen Savior.

Forum: TitusTwo
 Topic: Titus Two Women's Section Guidelines
Titus Two Women's Section Guidelines [message #2176] Sun, 24 April 2005 18:37
Tamara Eaton
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We welcome you to join us on the CHFWeb Titus Two Women’s section!

We provide this area so the older Christian women can offer encouragement and godly wisdom to the younger women in the spirit of Titus 2: 4-5.

Our goal is to keep the advice in line with God’s Word, weighing everything shared in light of what He says. While you don’t necessarily have to be above a certain age in order to respond to questions in this section, we do encourage you to prayerfully seek the Lord for wisdom in how you respond to others here and make sure it’s in line with scripture.


Topics of Intimacy and Personal Sensitive Issues
We encourage those who feel the need for advice about very personal and intimate topics to email one of the older Christian women participating on CHFWeb's Titus Two Women's section instead of posting details openly on the public board. Our goal is to keep CHFWeb "Family-Friendly" and we are unable to make sure responses to questions of a sensitive nature don't go into too much detail for the public board.


[Updated on: Sat, 25 April 2015 08:16]

 Topic: what are your favorite
what are your favorite [message #8812] Wed, 11 May 2005 15:12
Mel in Ga.  is currently offline Mel in Ga.
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books or sites on child rearing specifically concerning posative discipline? Thanks


Mel in Ga
wife to Lane, 23 yrs
Mama to Avery (18) and Krista (16)
 Topic: Where do moms go to quit.....revisited
Where do moms go to quit.....revisited [message #11743] Thu, 19 May 2005 17:25
Angela J  is currently offline Angela J
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Sad I actually said I quit to the dc today as a matter of fact and if I had someplace to go, I would have!!! I am soooo tired of correcting and correcting misbehavior and just when it seemed to have sunk into their heads, the misbehavior starts again.

For example, my dc ages 14,11,8,and 3(which she is really not the issue at this point) do not get along for very long at a time without arguments setting in and feelings hurt. When i go to correct, each one has their reasons for doing what they have done and don't see where THEY are wrong in the matter. How can I make them see where they are at fault and that it is never "right to do wrong" even though they feel justified. Btw, I do tell them this after listening to both sides of the story and trying to show discernment. I just want them to say, "okay, mom I see where I went wrong and will learn from this and work on this area," instead of "I didn't do anything" or "All I did was...."

Before it is all over said and done, the dc end up more in trouble for disrespecting me because they keep justifying themselves and I know that they are not getting it. HOw do you all feel in spanking a 14 year old? Being homeschooled, there is not alot to take away from this ds other than the xbox and computer. I know alot of you don't do tv. What are some things you do instead? How can we turn this family and set of siblings around showing love and respect for all persons. I can't tell when the last time was that the dc said"I love you"to one another. I makeit a point to tell them regularly.

Dh is sooo busy that I hate to have to call him all the time and he have discipline issues to deal with as soon as he gets home. He does discipline but is always wanting me to tell him what needs to be done. If I knew, I would take care of it myself Confused I am tired and frustrated and am completely ran down.

I am praying for wisdom to deal with the dc as well as wisdom for dh. I think we need some kind of boot camp. How can I manage without dh being home and around more often? He works a full time job, pastor's our church, and is a wonderful husband and father. He tries very hard to keep a balance but sometimes things still get out of kilter.

Any wisdom from you ladies will be greatly appreciated Smile

Thanks,

Angela J
 Topic: Kate, how was your retreat?
Kate, how was your retreat? [message #12378] Sat, 21 May 2005 15:57
Jen E.  is currently offline Jen E.
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Location: Northeast
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Welcome home! Can you tell us about it?

Jenni
 Topic: Quote of the Day
Quote of the Day [message #12441] Sat, 21 May 2005 20:08
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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Location: Small Town New Hampshire
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Not sure where this should go, but figure whoever needs to move it will, if it needs to be somewhere else. I'm reading this really amazing book -- _Thinking in Pictures, and other reports from my life with autism_ by Temple Grandin, Vintage Books, Division of Random House, Inc. c 1995 ISBN 0 679 77289 8

First off, Temple Grandin grew up autistic and went on to earn a PhD and become an award winning designer and author. Her dedication page "I dedicate this book to my mother. Her love, dedication, and insight enabled me to succeed."


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: Thinking in Pictures...
Thinking in Pictures... [message #12443] Sat, 21 May 2005 20:12
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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"Recent studies of patients with brain damage and of brain imaging indicate that visual and verbal thought may work via different brain systems. Recordings of blood flow in the brain indicate that when a person visualizes something such as walking through his neighborhood, blood flow increases dramatically in the visual cortex, in parts of the brain that are working hard. Studies of brain-damaged patients show that injury to the left posterior hemisphere can stop the generation of visual images from stored long-term memories, while language and verbal memory are not impaired. This indicates that visual imagery and verbal thought may depend on distinct neurological systems...

"In autism, it is possible that hte visual system has expanded ot make up for verbal and sequencing deficits. The nervous system has a remarkable ability to compensate when it is damaged. Another part can take over for a damaged part."

_Thinking in Pictures, and other reports from my life with autism_ by Temple Grandin, Vintage Books, Division of Random House, Inc. c 1995 ISBN 0 679 77289 8


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: Has anyone read "Captivating : Unveiling the Mystery of a Woman's Soul "
Has anyone read "Captivating : Unveiling the Mystery of a Woman's Soul " [message #33752] Sun, 31 July 2005 16:47
chenoa  is currently offline chenoa
Messages: 76
Registered: May 2005
Location: Now in GA
Member
My husband is just finishing Wild At Heart...fantastic book.Just curious if this particular one ministered to you and how..wondering if i should read it.
Chenoa
 Topic: Remind me not to ask 9yo to do important job when in a time crunch.
Remind me not to ask 9yo to do important job when in a time crunch. [message #36312] Fri, 12 August 2005 13:35
Linda Lee  is currently offline Linda Lee
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Registered: April 2005
Location: Upper Peninsula of MI
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I sent him to the post office (just across the street) and he managed to crumple the bills and an important invitation in just one minute. He came back into the house, because he wanted me to keep his little brother from following him. I looked at the crumpled wad in his hand and lost it. I had asked for his help so that I could get some final preparations done before leaving for the weekend (We're off to visit my sis's family who staying at my mom's a couple hours away). Anyway, I feel so bad and need to pray. I'm sure you've all "been there, done that". Sad Times like this makes me remember our "H.O.T." group. I am thankful that he didn't let his little bro follow. God bless him for that!

Have a great weekend. "See" you all on Monday. Smile

[Updated on: Sun, 14 August 2005 15:57]


Linda
wife to dearest Tom for 25 years,
mom to Lydia (21), Samuel (18), Logan (13), and Silas (4)
 Topic: Leigh, I pm-ed you.
Leigh, I pm-ed you. [message #36607] Sat, 13 August 2005 22:50
Kate Megill  is currently offline Kate Megill
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In His Joy and Grace,

Kate

 Topic: There's a message over in Homeschooling section...
There's a message over in Homeschooling section... [message #38477] Mon, 22 August 2005 09:25
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
Messages: 9593
Registered: April 2005
Location: Small Town New Hampshire
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about what to say to a husband who talks about homeschoolers going buck wild when they go into the real world. She asks for input...

It's here.

[Updated on: Mon, 22 August 2005 09:26]


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
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