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Help for Home-Schooling in the Age of Coronavirus

Award-winning site provides over 10 years’ worth of resources for teaching kids at home

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Parents home-schooling their children for the first time due to the coronavirus quarantine need look no further than the impressive Imagination Soup website hosted by author and education specialist Melissa Taylor of Denver. For over a…

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