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What Do These Stones Mean to You?

After the Israelites crossed the Jordan River, God told them to set up stone markers to remind them of the miracle. What are your memorial markers?

The Missing Curriculum of God-Centered Work

The commitment to intentionally and systematically train young people in the art of God-centered work has largely disappeared from education. But it can be restored.

Schooling Through the Summer?

Summer is finally here, and our family will use these next few weeks exactly like we do the other seasons of the year. Here's three reasons we homeschool all year.

Our Daniels

Daniel made the choice to keep himself pure. We, too, can raise the standard and raise a godly next generation.

John Hancock: A Neglected American Hero

As we celebrate our nation’s independence, let us give Hancock the acclaim he so richly deserves.

  • Dr. Gary Scott Smith |
  • July 01, 2010 |
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Discovering the Hidden Value of Math

The "you'll use this someday" argument can be exhausting and ineffective. So what do you tell children to help them catch the vision? Here's the secret.

No Place Like Home

The other day I happened to be out when the local school kids were released from classes. Observing the conversations between them was disheartening. One benefit of parent-led education is the blessing of dealing with character issues head-on...

Life Lessons For the Learning Driver

As home educators, we want our teens to develop godly character and practical living skills. One of the best training grounds for doing this is getting a driver's license. Here are five key lessons we can help our teens learn during that process...

Preschool: Start at the Very Beginning

In the early years, in the foundational years in which young minds form, it is right and good that little ones learn from those who care most deeply about them.

Schoolmaster of the Republic: Noah Webster's Inspiration

The next time you watch a spelling bee, or use a dictionary, or help a child with his or reading, take a moment to think about the true purpose and value of education.

Cell Phones, Computer Games and Teenagers

I have a question/dilemma: How does a parent regulate a teen's phone, iTouch, laptop, and TV usage during the summer?

Sight for Sore Eyes: The Invention of Eyeglasses

The eye is an incredibly complex organ that has never been duplicated by science, no matter how hard man tries. Still, some of us need a little help to take full advantage of our sight.

Large Families: Blessings or Burdens?

These days, having more than two children can unleash a tsunami of ire from family, friends and total strangers. Three mothers give their perspectives on the most common complaints and misconceptions about large families.

What Are You Running On?

My car did a herky-jerky sort of death throws dance, let out a hideous grumbling moan, and died. Too late I realized what was wrong.

25 Tips for Math Success

Many of these strategies are based on personal experience during many years of homeschooling, but we've also learned a great deal by observing other outstanding homeschooling families who have applied wise, effective strategies in their homeschools.

  • Donna Rees and Deborah Wuehler |
  • June 09, 2010 |
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101 Things to Do This Summer

As much as you have planned, and as much as your kids are looking forward to summer, you know there will come a time when you hear your child say, "Mom, I'm bored, what can I do?"

  • Laurel Springs School |
  • June 08, 2010 |
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That Guilty Feeling: Fighting the Spirit of Failure

I have homeschooled for nineteen years, but I still feel like I am an unqualified, unorganized, undisciplined, under-educated and a full-time failure of a homeschool mom. What do I do with this load of guilt?

Who Needs Calculus?

If you're not up to taking calculus, you can rule out any career in engineering, computer science, the natural sciences, economics, finance, or mathematics.

Exercising: A Complete Unit Study That Will Keep You Healthy

Exercising is one of the most important things we can do for our bodies. Whether we get our exercise from shoveling snow, running, playing, climbing stairs, or chasing our brother across the yard, the act of getting our muscles moving, our blood racing, and our heart pumping is necessary for a healthy lifestyle.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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