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Sometime in 2007 in Redding and Shasta County California… 3316 total individuals representing 1986 households were homeless at some point during the year and 2332 total individuals representing 939 households were imminently at-risk of becoming homeless. 1092 children were homeless and 995 children were imminently at-risk of becoming homeless. *The total of homeless and at-risk children was 2087. Redding Loaves and Fishes Food Bank provides a three day supply of food to persons in need. In addition, Redding Loaves and Fishes Food Bank aims to equip people in Northern California with the tools they need to make a positive change in their lives. Our volunteers are charitable members of the faith community, are screened, and trained on site. These volunteers use their Gifts of the Holy Spirit to help our clients, whether it is packing bags, soliciting food bank donations, or offering faith based counseling. Redding Loaves and Fishes passion and desire is to not only bless those in the Redding community, but to have an abundance to share with those small food bank charities, and ministries in the surrounding Shasta County area, who have the call to bless others also… We are against practices and laws that unfairly single out homeless people and criminalize them for everyday living and life-sustaining activites. Redding Loaves & Fishes is a nonprofit,non salaried, all volunteer, nondenominational organization.100% of your monetary donations go to operational and food bank

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4-Lesson booklet provides Bible-based preparation for baptism for children who have put their faith in Christ. Payouts are generous on sales of either $11 or $34.
Water Baptism for Children Who Are Christians

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Step-by-step guide for parents. Teach kids essential life skills in just 15 minutes at a time. Topics include: self esteem, communication, nutrition, exercise, cleanliness. Perfect for Parents, Teachers, Grandparents.
Inspired Children Yearly Subscription Program

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For this article, I thought I would list five reasons that you should consider homeschooling your children.

Homeschooling is becoming more and more common. Estimates are that there is over 1 million kids being homeschooled in the United States. So what are some of the reasons parents decide to homeschool their children? Let’s take a look at five of those reasons.

Better Education

One of the biggest reasons parents decide to homeschool their children is because they feel they can provide for their child a better education. After all, who is going to know the children more and what they need to learn then their parents? If parents choose to homeschool their children, they can decide what the child should know and keep an eye on their education at all times. A child’s education is one of the most important things in their life, it needs to be top quality.

Religion

This can be a heated topic, but many parents choose to homeschool their children so that religion can be brought into the education. Whether you agree that religion should be taught in education or not, it’s up for the parents to decide what their children learn, not any of us. If you are considering homeschooling your children and you want to include Religion, then go right ahead. If you don’t want to use religion, then you don’t have to. It’s your choice! You’re the parent!

Poor Learning Environment

Another reason that parents choose to homeschool their children is due to a poor learning environment at school. Let’s face it, the learning environment at school isn’t usually too great. Classrooms are filled with distractions, interruptions, etc.

I remember one time in sixth grade, right during the middle of class, my sixth grade teacher actually stopped class to run and call into a radio contest show. Was that really necessary? If you homeschool your children, they don’t have to deal with any of this.

Peer Pressure/Safety

Another problem with some schools is the peer pressure from other students and the violence in classrooms. When you send your kids off to school, you just never know who they may interact with and you don’t know what they might be exposed too. Will someone get them to try drugs? Will someone hurt them? Homeschooling your children eliminates that problem.

Family Time

And finally, we come to Family time. This is another reason parents choose to homeschool their children. Life can be busy at times. The kids may be at school during the day, but in the evening, dinner is being cooked, homework is being done, the children are out with friends, etc. How often do you really get a chance to spend time with your kids in the evening? By homeschooling your children, you have the chance to be around them the entire day.

These are just five of the many reasons parents choose to homeschool their children. If you are thinking of homeschooling your children, then good luck with it! I also recommend you check out Professor Homeschool. It is an e-book explaining all about how to begin homeschooling. I went ahead and included the link to this e-book in my author information. It has all the information you need to know to get started. So educate yourself with this information and start homeschooling!

Justin decided to write this article because he was homeschooled since 7th grade and saw the benefits from it. For the complete guide to begin homeschooling, check out: Professor Homeschool – The Complete Guide To Begin Homeschooling Your Children.

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Learn what supplies you will need to use homeschooling to teach kids to read in this free home schooling and tutoring video clip. Expert: Matt Nisjak Bio: Matt Nisjak has been dedicated to education through homeschooling and tutoring for many years. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

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Learn the importance of sounding out words to teach kids to read through homeschooling in this free home schooling and tutoring video clip. Expert: Matt Nisjak Bio: Matt Nisjak has been dedicated to education through homeschooling and tutoring for many years. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

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A sweet 16 bash to help needy kids Party will benefit special-needs children and kids who are battling cancer
lavish halls, limousines, name-brand entertainment and dresses that cost more than used cars. One Hamilton teenager is bucking that stereotype by marking her birthday with a celebration that she hopes will make a difference for special-needs children and those battling cancer.

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Learn how to use flash cards to teach kids to read through homeschooling in this free home schooling and tutoring video clip. Expert: Matt Nisjak Bio: Matt Nisjak has been dedicated to education through homeschooling and tutoring for many years. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

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Great homeschooling or tutoring tips on writing the alphabet! Teach kids to read in this free video series on home schooling and tutoring young children.

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Learn how to use picture worksheets to teach kids to read through homeschooling in this free home schooling and tutoring video clip. Expert: Matt Nisjak Bio: Matt Nisjak has been dedicated to education through homeschooling and tutoring for many years. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

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