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Installation Homeschooling Points of Contact

Military Recruitment and Enlistment

WayBack Machine
(use this to find information on linked  pages that have been taken off the Web)


In Memoriam  

Adobe Reader
The Adobe Reader is used to read pdf files. 
The military is fond of pdf files.

Homeschooling:  Fun Stuff

You do lots of work.  You need to take a break.  Kick back, have fun.

(Completely OT but begs to be shared : Chocolate in pregnancy keeps baby happy )



Are You Ready to Have Children?

You've been sitting at your computer too long . . .

Beans Around The World
The amazing (but true!) journey of a can of S & W® brand black beans as they make their way across this great land of ours, and to other nations!

Department of Silly Emails
This category may seem 'off topic' for a military/homeschool site.  It isn't.  Military families are often under stress by global events over which they have no control.  Laughter can be a stress reliever, and these emails can be copied and shared with deployed personnel.  Best wishes, and godspeed to anyone in harm's way.

Design Your Own Kaleidoscope

FTC prosecutes homeschoolers for "unfair competition"
Arlington, VA, April Fool’s Day, 2004 
Y do not panic

Home Eating A Threat to Public Kitchens?  State Allows Growing Trend of Eating At Home

Homeschooling Jokes

Online Etch-a-Sketch

On The Cover of the Teaching Home

Previous Fancies  (compilation of former front-page feature of this site)

Right-brain/Left-brain Color Test

Shelley Berman

Soda Constructor

Your Secret Christmas Name

Webcams for Mt. Etna and surrounding areas

 

 

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Controversial Topics

Curriculum

Driving in the car (during field trips; PCSing; vacations)

For New Homeschoolers

Fun Stuff

Gifted Studies

Glossary of homeschooling and military terms

Grown Homeschoolers

Hobby Horse Stable: Op/ed

Homeschool News

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Preschool

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Schools


Search This Site
I tried using an 'on-this-site' search gizmo, but I didn't find it satisfactory and I deleted it.  Despite this, the site can be searched using Google.  Just put in what you want to look for, and add "kc.rr.com" to the search terms.

The S-word, Socialization

Special Needs

Subjects

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Testing

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WayBack Machine: (use this to find information on linked  pages that have been taken off the Web)

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This site was last updated:  Wednesday, 10 March 2010