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

Mar 14, 2013 No Comments by

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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Can I Buy A Timberdoodle Curriculum Kit Through My Charter School? Yes!

Jul 27, 2012 No Comments by

Many of our customers fall in love with our curriculum kits but rely on school funding (yes we take P.O.s) to be able to afford the curriculum their children need. However, this is a big problem since school districts are not able to purchase the Christian components of our complete kits. We’ve always allowed for [...]

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Autism Related Links

Oct 07, 2011 No Comments by

Reposted from a 2006 (?) article. In our search for information on autism, (see Krissy’s Story) we have discovered a few websites that have been very helpful for us and we are eager to share them with you. While we do not agree with everything said on any one of these sites, we hope that [...]

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What If I Need a Secular Complete Curriculum Kit?

Jul 12, 2011 2 Comments

Customizing Timberdoodle’s Complete Curriculum Packages to meet your needs. It may surprise you that this is one of our most commonly asked questions…

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A Kid’s Guide to Drawing the Presidents of the USA

May 13, 2011 247 Comments

Yes, this set really retails for $1060.50, and yes, we really are giving an entire set away! Here is why A Kid’s Guide to Drawing the Presidents of the USA is so incredible: Draw your way through American history with the most amazing supplement we have ever offered, A Kid’s Guide to Drawing the Presidents [...]

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Comparing 5 Different Math Curriculum Options

Feb 21, 2011 1 Comment

You know that math curriculum isn’t one-size-fits-all, so it may not surprise you to discover that at the 3rd grade level alone we currently sell 5 different along complete curricula options with myriads of supplements. Each has strengths and weaknesses, and many appeal to different students for different reasons.

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If God Is Good: Faith In The Midst Of Suffering and Evil

Nov 19, 2010 No Comments

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and for many of us, the holidays are a wonderful time to celebrate with our family and friends. But for those who have been through a heartbreaking year, the holidays are often just a reminder of what they have lost. If you or loved ones are having a difficult [...]

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2005 – Disclaimer

Oct 26, 2010 No Comments

Quoted from the Timberdoodle Catalog, Summer 2005 Our children have teasingly suggested that Timberdoodle Co ought to run a disclaimer, akin to car and medicine ads, so here it is: Nearly every product Timberdoodle Co sells has been thoroughly tested by one or more of our children and in all cases fulfilled the claim of [...]

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Chores

Oct 12, 2010 2 Comments

Reprinted from a 1990 Timberdoodle Catalog That very word can strike terror into the hearts of both children and moms! Children would rather play than work, and moms sometimes find it easier to do the job themselves, than to plead with a child to undertake that responsibility. Here are some ideas that have worked in [...]

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How Do You Do It All? Housework

Oct 07, 2010 No Comments

Originally posted in a 1992 Timberdoodle Catalog. If you have been home teaching for any length of time, friends, relatives, and strangers have undoubtedly asked you, “how do you do it all?” Oftentimes, the implication is not only why would you do it all, but can you possibly do it all properly. What is “all”? [...]

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