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What To Do About Homeschool Burnout Blues

When cloudy weather strikes your homeschool domicile, how do you snap out of the slump?

Remembering the Past: A Classical Approach to History

The classical model of education relies on the skills of the Trivium—Latin for “three roads:” grammar, dialectic, and rhetoric.

Using the iPad for Homeschooling

Homeschooling with an iPad opens many doors. Educational games, e-reader tools, and videos are popular in my house!

8 Ways to Help Your Children Play and Learn

Here in South Africa we cannot imagine a lifestyle where children are not outdoors most of the time. What about your kids?

A Ship Full of Ideas: Lesson Plans on the Titanic

On April 14, 1912, the Titanic, touted as the “world’s safest ship,” collided with an iceberg, and sank

Homeschooling and Socialization

Any homeschooler will tell you it is a misconception to think that your child will not get socialization just because you homeschool.

Spring Cleaning: Is This a Real Phenomenon?

Spring cleaning is very important because a home reflects, in part, the state of the family. Is your home clean and orderly?

Income Tax "Do’s and Don’ts" for Homeschoolers

This tax season remember four “Do’s and Don’ts” to maximize your family’s tax return and avoid making costly filing errors.

  • Antony Barone Kolenc |
  • April 04, 2014 |
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How to Find Online Literature Resources

Literature is one of the pillars of any educational system, and of course the key to literature is reading a lot of books.

Aspire to Patience

Patience is a virtue much to be aspired to. But it is also a direct result of faith...

  • Maribeth Spangenberg |
  • March 31, 2014 |
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How to Prepare Your Kids for Meaningful and Worthy Lives

“Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it” (Proverbs 22:6).

How to Plan a Homeschool Photography Course

Nearly anyone can learn to take better pictures, have more fun doing it, and even develop a career, many teens have discovered.

Can I Homeschool as a Single Parent?

Divorce, death, and deployment are facts of life, but they shouldn’t mean the end of homeschooling.

Adventurous Elementary Education

Learning should be exciting for elementary aged kids, but few students are enthusiastic about school.

How to Have Success in Online Learning

Online learning is a wonderful way for children and adults to continue their education.

We are All Homeschoolers Now

If you're a homeschool family, you are likely well aware of the court battle involving the Romeike family.

Special Needs Homeschooling: a Peek at Down Syndrome

A few years ago, I became a special needs mom. Now I view life through different lens.

Understanding Accredited Homeschool Options

How do you know that a homeschool will meet your child’s educational goals AND be recognized by higher learning institutions?

A Surprising Ingredient in Teaching

As homeschoolers, we are always tempted to wonder whether we measure up to “real teachers.”

The Original Low-Tech Tool

Sometimes I long for the simple life. As an artist, the most low-tech thing I can think of is one of my favorite tools: the pencil.

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