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Turn On the Light: 7 Insights for Weary Moms

Perhaps these insights can encourage you on your homeschooling journey, as they have encouraged me on mine.

Why Teens Seek the Wrong Crowd

Does your teenager feel valued and significant in your home? If not, they'll look for value and acceptance somewhere else...

Growing With an Appreciation of Music

It is a simple thing for parents to train their children to love and use music—to foster music appreciation within the home.

  • Lea Ann Garfias |
  • September 20, 2011 |
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The Hard Work of Being Job’s Wife

I’ll tell you what, I totally get Job’s wife. I really do...

  • Jenefer Igarashi |
  • September 19, 2011 |
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Teenagers Who Have to Work Too Hard to Learn

As parents, it is always a puzzle to us when we are working with a teenager who seemingly has to work too hard to learn...

  • Dianne Craft, MA, CNHP |
  • September 16, 2011 |
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Unit Study: Sail On

Nautical navigation fills a broad spectrum of techniques and crafts from simple rafts to ocean liners.

The Beatitudes of Parenting

Jesus’s Beatitudes are profound for many reasons, not the least of which is how applicable their lessons are to different life situations.

The How, What, and Why of Accelerated Distance Learning

I’d like to consider the relatively new concept of Accelerated Distance Learning and how it worked in my real-life experience.

The College Board Website: A Bonanza of Information

Are you looking for a resource that provides help in finding scholarship money, motivating your teen, handling test stress, choosing smart electives, and much more?

The Heart & Soul Homeschool Mama

I think I've come to realize after all these years that first and foremost, I want to be a "heart and soul homeschool mama..."

Dual Enrollment Courses: Is Your Teen Ready?

For the homeschooled teen, enrolling in dual enrollment courses is similar to a two-for-one bonanza.

  • Becky Cooke & Diane Kummer |
  • September 02, 2011 |
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Math - Tears = Khan Academy

An increasingly popular online program is teaching children across the country to love a subject they once dreaded.

The Sweet Taste of Comparison

Why do we as homeschoolers spend so much of our lives comparing ourselves to others—and usually feeling like we come up short?

Top Five Ways to Keep Communicating with Your Teenager

One of the biggest complaints from parents and teenagers alike is that there is often little or no communication between the two groups. Perhaps you’re like one discouraged mom who said to me, “I’ve tried to talk with my daughter but she just shuts me down. I’ve tried everything to let her know I care but she just won’t let me in any more.” Or maybe you’re like the frustrated dad who told me the only thing his son would ever say to him was “you just don’t understand . . .

The Family Notebook: Organizing Your Vital Records

Our loved ones sometimes need some little piece of vital information, often on short notice, and guess who they come to?

The Hidden Blessings of Military Homeschooling

Unique reasons and unforeseen blessings have become some of the most influential in our resolve to continue military homeschooling.

  • Jennifer McDonald |
  • August 22, 2011 |
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The Transition: From Homeschool to Public University

"What was it like going from homeschooling to college?” I can’t go back to ask this question myself, but I can help answer it for others.

Summer of Fun: A Natural Nature Study

A love for God and nature, a thirst for knowledge, a few supplies, and a shared enthusiastic interest from my husband and me led to an amazing natural nature study summer of fun...

A “Jump Start” to a Joyful School Year

As a new school year approaches, wouldn’t it be great if homeschooling could feel less overwhelming and more joyful?

Getting the Homeschool Journey Started

It is not uncommon for families to feel "buyer's remorse" after the first few weeks or months as new homeschoolers, and maybe with good reason.

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