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Cultivating a Green Thumb: Why Gardening Should Be Part of Your Homeschool Curriculum

Though I rarely had a good attitude about it, gardening became one of the most important life experiences of my childhood.

3 Things We Like About Homeschooling

We do not think that by homeschooling that our children will be the perfect students. Still, there are things that we enjoy.

Tim Hawkins - Homeschooling Is Something to Laugh About

Christian comedian Tim Hawkins earns his living making people laugh. He and his wife also homeschooled their children!

Bird Watching in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Bird watching (“birding”) in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park can be a challenging but very rewarding experience.

Homeschooling Children with Reactive Attachment Disorder and Special Needs

What are your goals for your child? What's more important, relationship or education? Sometimes you can't push both.

Homeschooling—Missionary Style

As a homeschooling family on the mission field, we encountered many challenges, such as a lack of materials at home.

Homeschooling in a Foreign Land

Add all the responsibilities of homeschooling to the unique venture of homeschooling in a foreign country, and you get my story!

  • Effie Damianidou Hill |
  • June 07, 2013 |
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Why Homeschool?

I think everyone who is able should consider homeschooling their child. There, I said it.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • June 05, 2013 |
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What Would a Pluralist Say About Homeschooling?

What is the aim of education? What is the nature of the child? What is the role of the teacher? Who has ultimate authority?

  • Brian D. Ray, Ph.D. |
  • June 03, 2013 |
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Vibrant Writing

Parents have asked me, “How do I get my child to write?” “With narration,” I reply.

Gifts of Gratitude

I’ve never had to to remind a teen to stew over the weekend’s change of plans that didn’t go her way. Complaining is the norm.

Grow Up! Five Ways to Raise our Children in Maturity

In order to help our children grow, we should look at how Jesus grew and then copy Him.

Art: A Reflection of Worldview

Without knowing history, one cannot have a full understanding of why an artist painted what he painted.

Make a Joyful Noise

Music can calm ruffled teen tempers, relax worried minds, and comfort wounded hearts. It can bond a family through praise.

Grandchildren: The Crown of the Aged

My parents were never antagonistic, but it still took time for them to become enthusiastic supporters of homeschooling.

Conflict—The Heart of Every Story

As readers, our most important task is to identify and understand the central problem—the conflict—in a story.

365 Ways to Simplify Your Life: An Interview

One day it took me two hours to get to work. After a great deal of thought and research, we left it all behind and moved to Oregon.

The Sweet Smell of Rain

If we have sheltered our family in the Word of God and built our foundation on the Rock, then we have a shelter in the storm.

The Relevance of American Literacy

By learning what others have done before us, we are able to use critical thinking to guide our families in truth.

How Homeschooling Has Benefited My Life

In order for your children to be "salt and light" they must first be brought up to walk in the Light.

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