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Unlock Your Fidgety Child’s Ability to Learn and Focus

Teaching is hard enough, but when you have a child who has a hard time focusing, it can seem impossible

Build Up Those Brains With Proper Nutrition!

Many nutrients are needed in order to continue developing this incredible masterpiece: the human brain.

How to Fight With Your Teen

Conflict can be an open door to growth.

The Aging Homeschool Parent

Since homeschooling families tend to be larger than average, there are more families than ever who are still homeschooling long after their counterparts have faced an empty nest.

Teaching Math Through Questions and Conversation

Among students around the world, American high school students have one of the highest measures of self-esteem concerning their math abilities. At the same time, the U.S. is one of the lowest-ranking nations in the world in actual math ability

Traveling Through Teenland

The word teenager might be a modern word, but the struggle in training children during those awkward years has been around since the time of Cain and Abel.

22 Ways to Learn During the Summer

Summer is well under way by now, and if you're like most parents, you've probably heard the oft-repeated phrase "I'm bored" just a few more times than you'd like. Wouldn't it be great if you could break the cycle of boredom and help keep your kids' minds active and learning at the same time? Check out these tips...

A Great Time to Be a Husband, Parent, and a Dad

“Who knows but that you have come to this royal position for such a time as this.” Seems initially like pretty lofty stuff. But as husbands, parents, and dads, are we not sitting in the same position, overseeing the family’s royal crest?

Homeschoolers in the Military

For years the question that concerned many parents was, Can a student who was homeschooled through high school gain admittance into the college of his or her choice? For other parents, the question looming was, Can a student who was homeschooled through high school have a successful career in the military?

20 Ways to Encourage Summer Reading

1. Visit the library... 5. Turn down the volume... 10. Introduce series books...

Confessions of a Homeschooling Grandma

I find myself as eager to learn about homeschooling as any new mother just starting out on this adventure could possibly be.

Taking the Frustration Out of Math

Here are some practical ideas and tips for working with children in the area of math up through about age 9 or 10.

Homeschooling 'On the Move': Advice for Military Families

The nomadic lifestyle can pose legal pitfalls even for experienced homeschoolers. Remember these three key points.

  • Antony Barone Kolenc |
  • May 24, 2012 |
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3 Easy-to-Remember Opportunities for Living the Educational Life

A home teacher wanders through a maze of options. It is good to pause and ask, “What is education all about?”

Helping Kids Love Math -- One Bite at a Time!

Math and food go together like circumference and pie (that is, uh, pi). The kitchen is the perfect place to cook up a lesson.

The Gift of Boredom

There’s a very important activity you should regularly make sure your child is blessed to experience: boredom. You heard me.

Famous Last (Homeschool) Words

What is the best environment for Godly nurturing to take place? The answer is in these famous last (homeschool) words: Home Where ­They Belong.

Diet Coke and Mentos: What’s Really Going On?

By now I expect you have seen a video of someone putting Mentos candies into an open bottle of Diet Coke...

Parenting Super Hero or Not?

Counter to what some people might think, I find that the most irresponsible teens come from the most responsible parents...

Careful Study Finds Homeschool Advantage

Multiple studies over 30 years have consistently found positive things associated with homeschooling.

  • Brian D. Ray, Ph.D. |
  • April 19, 2012 |
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