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A Talent for Math: Why Honor Societies Matter

Susan Hare and Sheri Gervais founded Mu Eta Sigma as the first math honor society exclusively for homeschooled students. Here's the how and why of honor societies for students on their way to college.

  • Leslie D’Onofrio |
  • October 16, 2009 |
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10 Keys to Unlock a World of Learning

These valuable instructional strategies can help any student -- including a learning disabled student -- of any age.

Chris Klicka: Warrior for Educational and Religious Freedom

Chris Klicka He died with the gratifying knowledge that parents across the land could instruct their children without fearing the heavy hand of state intervention, thanks in part to his efforts.

  • Dr. John A. Sparks |
  • October 14, 2009 |
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9 Things Homeschool Moms Wish Their Husbands Knew

Share this list with your wife and ask her which ideas will best meet her needs. Keep an open mind and work together to find solutions that will fit your family!

When Seeing is Believing: Making the Most of College Visits – Part 2

Though some of the topics I discuss in this article might appear trivial, don't be fooled. Sometimes the smallest things can make the biggest difference.

When 'Be All You Can Be' Is Just Too Military

I came to realize that boarding the achievement train sometimes can get us parents off track—with typical kiddos and special kiddos alike.

The Joys of Home Improvement

Let’s look at three areas of home improvement: the improvement of our physical homes, our homeschools, and our spiritual homes. There is much correlation between the three and often plenty of improvements are needed!

Literature, Liturgy, Language, and Leisure

Charlotte Mason understood that even the mediocrity of everyday routines can be shot through with meaning and import when we are mindful of encouraging ourselves and our children with ideas that transport us out of the every day.

Public-Assisted Homeschooling: What's the Cost?

The flyer arrived one day in the mail. It was a grade school option offered by the public school district. This was a new twist, I thought.

Don’t Forget the Fun!

While covering the basics is important, it is nice sometimes to add those extras like art, music, and life skills.

Inventions That Changed the World: War of the Currents

It took many years, centuries in fact, before scientists began to understand the fundamental properties of electricity, what it was, and how it could be used as a source of energy.

  • Ray & Gale Lawson |
  • September 23, 2009 |
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Sleepy, "Lazy" Teenagers?

A simple approach to improving both discipline and academics in schools is to start the school day later.

  • Dr. Joseph J. Horton |
  • September 18, 2009 |
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How to Evaluate Students’ Writing

Here are some suggestions to help you give your child’s writing the response it deserves and will also help you provide the feedback that will make your child a better writer.

  • Fran Santoro Hamilton |
  • September 16, 2009 |
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What Is a Unit Study?

I first heard the term "unit study" several years ago, but hadn't seen one until the day a client gave me a study to edit.

  • Gail Kappenman |
  • September 09, 2009 |
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Homeschooling Internationally, Abroad, and at Home

Why is homeschooling spreading so rapidly abroad? For the same reasons it's growing so fast here in the United States.

  • Dr. Heather W. Allen |
  • September 08, 2009 |
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Why Survive the Teen Years (When You Can Enjoy Them)?

I have heard so many people talking about "surviving the teen years" that it doesn't surprise me anymore when I hear that phrase.

  • Deborah Wuehler |
  • September 04, 2009 |
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Preschool or Kindergarten? How to Decide for Your Child

If you have a child between the ages of 4 and 5, you may be facing a tough decision: another year in preschool, or a move up to kindergarten?

Consistency Is the Best Diet

Either I ate too much before I went to bed that night or my brain was mesmerized into temporary lockdown, but I had a terrifying nightmare that my wife and I were being assaulted by a barrage of homeschool "diet" programs.

The Christian Compass

The lesson on Christopher Columbus turned to navigation and how he had to plot out his own route to India because there was not a map for him to follow. How could he have done that?

8 Principles for Seeking God's Will in College, Part 2

Since there are no formulas for discovering the will of God, we ought to utilize biblical principles. Here are biblical guidelines for those in college or soon-to-be college students.

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