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Through Line upon Line Learning, Rebecca Reid caters to homeschoolers, parents, and teachers by providing hands-on and engaging learning activities, ideas, games, and printables, with an emphasis on great books.
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My 6th grade homeschoolers LOVE this game. It's been set-up for multiple days so they can try different strategies out. A nice addition to our study. Thanks!
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About Rebecca Reid
Rebecca is a homeschooling mother of three, “Raisin” born in 2007, “Strawberry” born in 2012, and “Kitty” born in 2015. She has a degree in English and teaching experience as a writing tutor and also as an elementary-level teacher at local homeschool co-ops, where she has taught language arts, Spanish, history, and STEM. She loves creating games and hands-on activities for her kids, especially those with an emphasis on great books. Homeschooling is the most difficult thing she’s ever done, as well as the most rewarding.