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  2. Easter Egg Hunt in the Gardens

    Enjoy a family-friendly Easter egg hunt on four-acres of gardens and landscaped greenways at the Robert Mills House & Gardens. View examples of historical, natural dyed eggs with samples of the items used to dye it and information on how-to at home. Bring a camera for photos with the Easter Bunny and children will play historic outdoor games.
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  4. Do you want to start a meme war with me? Cause I'll go.
  5. Anyone homeschooling in the Mount Pleasant SC area?

    I have a 6 and 9 yr old girls in West Ashley. We homeschool with a 9 yr old boy in North Charleston. Looking for planned fun and some school time to change things up.
  6. Valentine's Day!

    Yes!! You used all the memes I had saved buuuut I can find more!
  7. *comes bursting in* I'M SO GLAD YOU ASKED FOR MEMES.
  8. Hello and welcome to the Valentine's Day topic! Here you can chat about anything relating to Valentine's Day. Do you have any special plans for it? What's your favorite Valentine's Day gift? Who's going to be your valentine this year? (I already know mine's probably gonna be my cat.) What's your favorite candy? Ask and answer all of these questions and more here in this topic! P.S. This is also a great place to put your V-Day Card memes!
  9. Homeschool Friday: Columbia Women

    To honor Women’s History Month, students will become familiar with several important women in Columbia’s history. From the founding of Columbia through modern times, women have had a significant impact on local history. We will learn about the important women who have lived and worked in Columbia. From Mary Boykin Chestnut to Dr. Matilda Arabelle Evans, we will explore the history of Columbia’s women. All homeschool students are invited to participate in Historic Columbia’s Homeschool Friday programs on the first Friday of the month. Each month’s program is from 10 - 11:30 a.m. and includes hands-on activities while students learn and explore different themes and historic sites with Historic Columbia. Homeschool Friday programs are designed for students of elementary and middle school age levels. Homeschool Friday is open to families and homeschool groups of less than 10 students. For larger groups, we recommend arranging a separate visit to explore that month's topic. Program participants should gather in the Gift Shop at Robert Mills on the day of the program unless otherwise noted. The cost is per student, with an accompanying adult free. Homeschool Fridays are $5 for members, $6 for non-members and $8 for both members and non-members at the door. If you have questions, would like to be on our mailing list, or if you would like to register for the entire year of Homeschool Friday programs, please contact us by email or call 803.252.1770 x 26.
  10. Anyone homeschooling in the Mount Pleasant SC area?

    Caroline, I have a 6, 5, 3 and 1 year old. We are in Hanahan but very close to Mt. P.
  11. War for Empire

    During Fort Dobbs’ largest event of the year, join the soldiers, settlers, and American Indians from the 18th century as we look at the French and Indian War history of North Carolina. Witness the on-going reconstruction of Fort Dobbs first hand! $4 admission (children under 5 free.) Saturday, 9-5. Sunday 10-3.
  12. Cherokee Attack Anniversary

    n February 27, 1760, the 30-man garrison of Fort Dobbs engaged in a bloody, confusing, night-time skirmish with as many as 70 Cherokee warriors. This living history will give visitors a glimpse of what life was like for the soldiers and settlers seeking protection through on-going displays of camp life, as well as scheduled musket and cannon firing demonstrations. $2 admission. Saturday 9-5, with 6:30pm evening program. Sunday 10-3.
  13. Starting Homeschool this Year

    Hi Kim, Abeka and BJU Press (texts or their academies) would be your curriculum. You can choose any curriculum/resources you'd like, but you still need to register with an Option 3 association when your children turn 5 on or before Sept 1. (Or you could sign a kindergarten waiver at your local school district and not have to register until they turn 6 on or before Sept 1.) You can still learn with them all you'd like until then, but you won't have to document or register with an association yet. (And I wouldn't recommend either Abeka or BJU for children that young.) For more Beginning Homeschooling info, see: http://www.carolinahomeschooler.com/homeschool-faqs/beginning-homeschooling/ My main FAQ page is here: http://www.carolinahomeschooler.com/homeschool-faqs/ Read through those links and you'll get a better idea of what to do when the time comes. For now, I'd encourage lots of time outside at parks, zoos, children's museums, EdVenture (Columbia), Discovery Place (Charlotte), read-alouds, library visits, etc. Warmly, Dianna
  14. I’m so overwhelmed at choices. I have two toddlers aged 3 and 4 that will be starting homeschooling this year! I want to go with Option 3 for homeschooling in SC. I can’t decide between Abeka or BJU Press. Are those approved associations by South Carolina? Which ones would you prefer? I want something that’s planned out for me until they get a little older and get into the swing of homeschooling. Please help.
  15. Murrells Inlet homeschoolers?

    I have a kindergartener and a first grader (both boys) and would love to connect with other homeschoolers who are close to the Murrells Inlet area.
  16. Help with 13 yo Daughter!!

    I wish I were closer, I would happily help out!! Good luck, I hope you can find someone
  17. Help with 13 yo Daughter!!

    I’m in Cherokee Springs and will be working in downtown Spartanburg.
  18. Help with 13 yo Daughter!!

    What area are you in? Tara
  19. Homeschool Friday: Columbia Civil Rights History

    In honor of Black History Month, we will learn more about African Americans who have made lasting impressions on the lives of Columbians. Students will explore the legacies African Americans have made on both the physical and cultural landscape. By learning specifics of the Civil Rights pioneers who called Columbia home, students will glean new knowledge of the origins and events of the movement. The cost is per student, with an accompanying adult free. Homeschool Fridays are $5 for members, $6 for non-members and $8 for both members and non-members at the door.
  20. President’s Day Tours | Woodrow Wilson Family Home

    Join Historic Columbia on Monday, Feb. 19 for tours of the Woodrow Wilson Family Home: A Museum of Reconstruction to see how his time in Columbia may have influenced his decisions as President. Normally closed to the public on Mondays, there is no better way to mark President’s Day than by taking a tour of the only Presidential site in South Carolina.
  21. WonderWorks Homeschool Days

    Experience the Upside Down Adventure at WonderWorks! February 2018 is Homeschool Month! ONLY $9.99 Per Person - Valid up to 4 people Monday-Friday Valid for NC/SC homeschool educators. One discount per family. Must present an umbrella letter, association membership, or documentation from local school board. All pricing is plus tax. 1 Lazer Tag Game - $3 per person Experience an Educational Adventure Today! Advance reservations required for groups of 10 or more. Contact Education Sales at 843-626-9962 ext 506 or schools@wonderworksmb.com. 170476 Homeschool Month Feb18.pdf
  22. Hi! I am a working mom with a 13 yo daughter that, for a few reasons, needed to leave private Christian school and do online school at home (NOT disciplinary or grade issues etc). I’m starting a new job next week and I’m faced with not having a place for my daughter to stay during the day as she doesn’t like to stay alone and I don’t want her to either. She does well in school and is a sweet, well-behaved and respectful girl. I thought maybe a homeschool family would be interested in having her join them and I could pay a bit for her care? Or perhaps someone has another idea? Any ideas appreciated! Thanks and blessings!! Amy
  23. Spartanburg, SC

    Hi ladies! I am a mom looking for options!! My daughter was in private Christian school for several years and for a few reasons I chose to move her this year. We tried another Christian school and it didn’t work out, so we are doing online school. The problem is I work full time. She used to stay w a grandparent in Gaffney while I worked there but now I’m changing jobs and will be working in Spartanburg. I need an option for my daughter during the day. She’s a super sweet girl and she mostly does well in school. If anyone has ideas, please let me know!! Thanks and blessings!! Amy
  24. Looking for friends Landrum area

    Hi Liz! I wish you were in Spartanburg! My daughter is 13 and doing online school currently. She desperately needs a friend!! Unfortunately I work full time. I am trying to figure out options for her during the day while I work. If you’re still looking for friends, maybe we could connect on a weekend? Amy
  25. Anyone homeschooling in the Mount Pleasant SC area?

    I know this is an old thread, but I'd love to meet up with any one with younger children! I have a 5 year old, almost 3 year old and almost 1 year old in Mt Pleasant.
  26. Art Lessons for homeschoolers

    Hello @besamom - I realize this post in about a year old. Are you still teaching art in Mt Pleasant? I would be interested in art lessons for my 13-year old starting in April. Thank you.
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