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Does Your Curriculum Include Both Convergent and Divergent Thinking?

May 06, 2014 No Comments by

Plan for Convergent and Divergent Thinking As you begin making plans for next school year, you’ll want to keep in mind the necessity of incorporating both convergent and divergent thinking into your curriculum selection. Experts recognize these as the two major types of brain challenges we all encounter. What is Convergent Thinking? Convergent thinking generally [...]

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6 Reasons You Will Choose Timberdoodle’s Complete Curriculum Kits

Aug 05, 2013 No Comments by

    #1) Family Owned and Operated Since 1985 Timberdoodle was founded for one reason: meeting the needs of fellow-homeschoolers. We aren’t here for your money (though we’d never exist without your purchases!) but we want your family to find homeschooling to be stress-free and bursting with excitement and will do whatever we can to make [...]

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Is Timberdoodle Curriculum Aligned With Common Core?

Mar 19, 2013 2 Comments by

There’s been a lot of buzz, discussion, and anxiety in the homeschool community for the last few years about the Common Core State Standards. Many of you have asked us what our stance is on the standards, and whether our curriculum is designed to comply with them. What is the Common Core? According to the [...]

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The Big New Feature In Timberdoodle’s 2013 Core Curriculum Kits!

Mar 14, 2013 No Comments

When we started our business in 1985, it was the ability to build your own curriculum that set Timberdoodle apart. While we still offer parents the ability to tailor their curriculum to their unique family, we meet more and more families each year who are simply not comfortable with that particular feature of home teaching. [...]

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Why and How to Combine Science and History for Multiple Grades

Aug 17, 2012 No Comments

We believe that history and science are best studied as a family, especially in the elementary grades. Not only will it promote family unity, but it will also take pressure off you since you don’t need to teach multiple science programs or portions of history at the same time. On top of that you’ll save [...]

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How do I Pick the Best Curriculum Kit for My Family? A 12 Question Checklist

Aug 14, 2012 No Comments

Every Curriculum Seller Has a Wonderful Plan for Your Life As summer draws to an end I am amazed with the inundation of emails I receive advertising curriculum kits; each of which claims that their package will solve all your problems and leave you with a magical, happy school year. Your children will skip out [...]

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What Kind of Manuals are in Timberdoodle’s Core Curriculum Kits?

Mar 30, 2012 No Comments

We are often asked about the documentation included in our Core Curriculum Kits, and with good reason. You know that your curriculum manual will set the tone for the year. With that in mind, we wanted our Scheduling Helps Folder to be extremely simple, easy to use, and promote independent study. We wanted you to [...]

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Homeschooling Your Baby – Catering to the Learning Style of Your Baby

Mar 22, 2012 2 Comments

In the academic world, our hands-on babies are at a disadvantage. These children learn best by doing… Keep in mind that God put those wiggles in your baby. When you think you just cannot clean up one more mess, tell yourself that to excel academically your baby needs as much active time as possible. I like to think that the more weary I am, the brighter my hands-on baby is becoming.

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How to Pick the Right Timberdoodle 2012 Curriculum Kit for ages 0-5

Mar 06, 2012 3 Comments

What changed between 2011 and 2012? Why? Where should your student start?

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Does Timberdoodle Take School Purchase Orders?

Jul 13, 2011 No Comments

Absolutely! There are two things to be aware of though. All school P.O.s must pay actual shipping costs. Before we will accept any P.O.s from your school district we do need to have an application filled out, which you can download here as a PDF: Timberdoodle’s PO Approval Form 2011

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