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I’m a Homeschool Dad

I went from occasionally helping with flash cards and reading bedtime stories to becoming a full-fledged principal, music instructor, and school administrator. Here's why.

Getting Control of Anger in Your Child

Whether angry at the world, angry at America, or just a psychopath, 22-year-old Jared Lee Loughner struck out with homicidal anger this past weekend in Tucson. It has become an all too common scene; younger individuals expressing anger by snuffing out the lives of others in public places.

Pop Quiz: What's Your Child's Learning Style?

Whether you are a newcomer or a seasoned veteran, taking a learning styles quiz like this one will help you understand and build a curriculum around your children's learning styles.

  • Rebecca Kochenderfer |
  • February 08, 2012 |
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How One Abortion Saved the Lives of Many

God really does use all things for good. He even used the tragedy of an abortion to stir up a family to extend His grace to a broken, desperate girl.

  • Jenefer Igarashi |
  • February 07, 2012 |
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Why Does My Child Hate to Write?

Having a child who cannot write is simply not an option in today's communications-driven world. But your child may take a nontraditional path to achieving this goal...

Imitating the (Real) Proverbs 31 Woman

This is about the time of year when I usually consider writing the Proverbs 31 woman a nasty letter...

Freedom's Role in Developing Teen Discernment

Teens crave freedom and they want to show the adults in their life that they are fully prepared to make their own decisions...

Teaching the Fidgety Child (Without Using Duct Tape)

After God chuckled, my first much-anticipated child came whirling into my life and plunged me into the world of an extremely active, even hyperactive, child who was eventually diagnosed with ADHD.

Beating the Mid-Year Slump

The journey is long and sometimes tough, but if we ride together, we can come out of the blahs, flourishing with our children till the end of the year.

Teenagers Seeking Purpose

I am convinced that if more kids knew their purpose, they'd have fewer struggles in the teen years. They'd feel a sense of meaning; they'd know where they are headed and concentrate on getting there.

Give Thanks! A Unit Study About Gratefulness

As homeschooling families, we have the opportunity daily to nurture Godly character in our children, both by example and via instruction.

Too Busy to Make Time for Daddy

It’s a subtle change when a wife goes from enfolding her man in a warm hug the very instant he walks in the door to instead hiding in the bathroom trying to quickly give her hair a brushing and apply some lipstick.

  • Christina Rogers |
  • January 16, 2012 |
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Life Purpose Planning: When Crisis and Calling Collide

“Now that you’re all grown up, what’s next?” and “What are your plans for the future?” people asked. Gina had lots of impressive answers that satisfied friends and family. They just didn’t satisfy her.

Should I Be Worried About My Child's Language Development?

We cherish our children’s achievement of milestones from their first tooth to their first step, but hearing a child speak his first word is like music to our ears!

  • Cari Ebert, M.S., CCC-SLP |
  • January 10, 2012 |
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Yes, They’re All Ours

Homeschooling 11 children is definitely something that has caused me to tap into my creativity, my resourcefulness, and above all, my flexibility.

  • Karla R. Shumate |
  • January 09, 2012 |
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College Bubble

Advice for many students and parents: Explore non-college options.

Strategies for Expanding Your Child’s Attention Span

Recently, I received an email from a young mother overseas in need of suggestions for how to increase the attention spans of her children...

  • Michelle Painter |
  • January 04, 2012 |
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Hopping Off the ‘What If’ Bus

I know where the 'What If' bus goes. It travels from, "I Could Have Been" to "If Only", stopping just long enough to tour the supposed highlights of glamorous possibilities...

  • Jenefer Igarashi |
  • January 02, 2012 |
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Inspiring the Writer in Your Teen

All teens have something to say—they just need to discover what it is. All teens have a unique voice—they just need to be quiet long enough to hear it speak.

Not Afraid of the Freezer

As I spent more time in the kitchen and had a growing stack of favorite recipes, I began to experiment with freezing leftovers to save time.

  • Amanda Galeotti |
  • December 28, 2011 |
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