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Building Friendships in High School

“Will I have any friends if I’m homeschooled during high school?” The question may be one that’s packed with desperation.

  • Becky Cooke & Diane Kummer |
  • December 26, 2012 |
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Prayer, Praise, and Pursuit

“Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ."

  • Sheila Campbell |
  • December 24, 2012 |
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Sharpen Your Grammatical Clause

Is your grammar as sharp as it used to be? Take a practice quiz here.

  • Marlene Caroselli |
  • December 21, 2012 |
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A Prodigal Speaks: When Your Kids Reject You

“Don’t quote the Bible to me!” she says with annoyance. “I don’t believe it anymore.” Was that how your world changed?

Getting to Know Your Inspiration: Goals for Writing Success

Identifying objectives early in the process can make the difference between a successful author and an orphaned inspiration.

Understanding the Creative Mind: Living with an Artist

Artists see the world differently. Let’s take a look at some constructive ways to live with your artist.

Practically Painless Tips to Encourage Your Child’s Writing

Encourage your child to share his ideas, include poetry, and keep criticism to a minimum. Learn these tips and more!

Astronomy in The Hobbit

Aside from its literary value, there is great astronomical and scientific value to be found in the pages of Tolkien's The Hobbit.

American Sign Language

High schoolers and families learning ASL have the potential of bringing light into a dim world for many Deaf people.

  • Renée K. Walker |
  • December 05, 2012 |
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Saving the Shrinking Flame: How to Reignite Your Passion for Homeschooling

Burnout is a scary word. It can quench our homeschooling fire before it flames or even quench it after years of burning bright.

Writing With C. S. Lewis

These five writing principles are still valuable tools for teachers and parents who are struggling with how to teach students to write.

Apps in Home Education

Do you plan to buy a mobile device in the coming year for use in your homeschool and household?

Be Sure to Fail a Little Every Day

Gifted students tend to be self-critical perfectionists even while difficult subjects come easily to them. How to deal with setbacks?

Music and Mandarin: The Perfect Combination

Up to age 7 children experience very rapid brain development. This is a prime time to expose them to music and language.

Technology in Education

My friend is one of those people who believe that technology has made us both inefficient and lazy. Of course, I disagree.

Autism Is a Word; It Is Also a Reality

A mother of four autistic children shares what has been the greatest blessing in their lives: 4 Paws for Ability, a dog service.

How to Direct an Amazing Homeschool Play and Build Community at the Same Time

Producing a play can be fun and rewarding - but where do I start? Look here for tips on scripts, venue, rehearsing, and everything else.

Introduction to Microsoft Word

Check inside for tips on how to use (or how best to teach) the great resource that is Microsoft Word.

Active Duty Homeschooling

With its ups and downs, homeschooling is like being on a roller coaster. Military life isn’t much different.

Unit Study: The Lone Star State

Even if you don’t live in Texas, you can go on your own adventure as you learn about the Lone Star State and its fascinating history.

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