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Marriage, Homeschooling, and You

After 15 years, Jim and I had managed to get away for a day—just the two of us...

College Prep 101: Teaching Responsible Study Habits

Unless your student has experienced a more rigorous course of study and learned some good study habits, he'll be overwhelmed to arrive on campus.

Jesus or Homeschooling: Which is the Answer?

Are those of us who are passionate advocates of homeschooling in danger of preaching a new gospel, one that removes Jesus from His rightful place? It's a question worth asking ourselves.

Unit Study: What's Your State History?

Before my three children graduated homeschooling, I loved using unit studies. One of my favorites was the state unit study.

Operation Narnia Brings Christmas to Children Worldwide

Operation Christmas Child is spreading to Narnia this year with a special invitation from Georgia Henley, who plays Lucy Pevensie in the Narnia films.

  • Katherine Britton |
  • October 08, 2010 |
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Defining True Success

What makes a successful homeschool? Can I declare my homeschool successful when my student achieves a perfect 1600 score on the SAT? To answer these questions, let me tell you about two people.

Writing: It's the Starting That's Stopping Us

Just getting started is often the most difficult part of a writing assignment. Here are seven ideas to get you over the hurdle!

Building on a Solid Foundation

I'll be the first one to admit that it sometimes takes a conscious effort to remind myself that children are a blessing, especially when a new little one comes along and we have to adjust our strategy.

For Parents Only: Rebel with a Cause - Part 2

In For Parents Only, authors Shaunti Feldhahn and Lisa A. Rice take readers inside the mind of teens and preteens, as they explore the results of a nationwide survey and personal interviews with more than 1,000 real-life teens. Read the second part of an excerpt from Chapter Two: Rebel with a Cause.

  • Shaunti Feldhahn & Lisa A. Rice |
  • October 01, 2010 |
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Training the Imagination through Imitation

When most parents tell me that their child is not creative, they mean that he is not artistic or imaginative in the same way the parents want him to be or think he should be. You can teach even the most realistic, down-to-earth, engineer-to-be child to be creative.

  • Danielle Olander |
  • September 29, 2010 |
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He Leadeth Me: Lessons in Belief and Obedience

I wondered, do I really know any more about faith than I did fifty years ago? The Lord immediately brought to mind two stepping-stones along my path...

For Parents Only: Rebel With a Cause - Part 1

In For Parents Only, authors Shaunti Feldhahn and Lisa A. Rice take readers inside the mind of teens and preteens, as they explore the results of a nationwide survey and personal interviews with more than 1,000 real-life teens. Read an excerpt from Chapter Two: Rebel with a Cause.

  • Shaunti Feldhahn & Lisa A. Rice |
  • September 24, 2010 |
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Who Needs the Arts?

The basic conflict in my childhood church—and one we’re still dealing with in our churches and families today—centers around this question: are the arts good or bad?

  • Grant DiCianni |
  • September 21, 2010 |
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Before You Say, "I Quit!"

I've heard many stories from homeschoolers facing difficult - even extreme - circumstances. And, just in case you, too, are on the verge of giving up, I want to intervene before you say those heartbreaking words: “I quit!”

  • Deborah Wuehler |
  • September 20, 2010 |
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Crossing the Educational Rubicon: Charlotte Mason Through High School

For those committed to a Charlotte Mason approach to education, high school seems to present the proverbial Rubicon, whereby upon crossing one enters into an entirely new, frightening, and unpredictable current.

Autism and Alleluias: An Interview with Kathleen Bolduc

I came to parenting with visions of all the wonderful things I was going to teach my children. The greatest surprise is all I have learned as a mother. As a mother of a son with autism, Kathleen Bolduc shares this sentiment.

  • Christine Field |
  • September 14, 2010 |
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10 Things Every Teenager Needs to Know About Their Parents

Face it -- you are stuck with us, at least for the next few years! And avoiding spending time with us, rejecting our hugs, and refusing to talk is not going to change that. So in the interest of peace and harmony, I am going to share a few things with you that you probably don't know in the hopes that they may help you to better tolerate us.

  • Deborah J. Thompson |
  • September 10, 2010 |
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How to Survive a Learning Plateau

Though I am not an expert on childhood learning, my experiences teaching my six children, ages sixteen to newborn, have convinced me of one thing: all children reach learning plateaus at various times during their schooling.

  • Melanie Hexter |
  • September 08, 2010 |
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The Belly of the Bus

I rise with the sun, eager for what this school year will bring, yet sad to see summer end. And on this day, once again, the annual ritual outside my window lures me in.

Homeschooling High School? Relax!

Can it be true? Is it possible to homeschool through high school in a relaxed yet productive way?

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