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Seven Keys to Communication

Since it is so vitally important to families, how can we make sure that we are communicating effectively? I'd like to share several practical steps.

10 Reasons We Homeschool

Every homeschool mom has been tempted to throw in the towel at some point. Here are 10 reasons to keep going.

New Biz on the Block

Most teens feel like they need to earn more money. A micro business in your neighborhood can help meet this need and help your teen learn more about business. Check out these ideas.

A Distant Land: A Unit Study on China

My son's trip caused me to realize that China is full of people who need to hear about the love of God. What better time to learn about this country?

The Hag, The Ogre, and The Chocolate Cake

There are times when my king can, and does, transform into an Ogre. This was one of them. And I was really excited about that, because it is not often that I get to freak out about something almost justifiable.

  • Jenefer Igarashi |
  • January 19, 2010 |
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Remembering the Cost of Not Homeschooling

Before we yield to that pull of public schools, let's take a moment to remember the costs of not homeschooling.

A Short History of Astronomy and Astrology - Part 2

During the 12th century, the writings of Aristotle were rediscovered in a sincere enough quest for logic and understanding. Unfortunately, the elements of astrology eventually began to find their way into medieval culture. Learn more about the early Church response to astrology...

How Do I Help My Creative Child? Part 2

Consider three areas that will impact the answer to that question: the stages in the creative process, understanding a creative child, and the characteristics of the creative child.

  • Dr. Marvin G. Baker |
  • January 12, 2010 |
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Cures for the Winter Blahs, Part 2

Field trips are a great solution for a stagnating home school. Besides the obvious historic sites and museums set up for regular visitors, here are some other places located in your community to consider touring...

Managing Conflict With Your Teen

Most of us want to avoid conflict with our kids, but did you know that conflict in a family can offer you an opportunity to pull together like never before?

A Short History of Astronomy and Astrology - Part 1

What are the origins of astronomy and what part did astrology play in the study of the stars? Learn more...

Cures for the Winter Blahs, Part 1

So what's a mother to do when her home-schooling banner is drooping towards the ground?

Sorry, No Guarantees in Parenting Teens

Stuff happens in the teen years that is out of a parent's control, even if you do everything right...

The Inuit: A Complete Unit Study

Travel in snow-covered land isn’t always easy. Dogsleds are the fastest and most reliable way to travel over snow. Inuit and many people living in the Arctic Circle still use dogsleds everyday, even when there are snowmobiles and other vehicles available...

  • Paula J. Miller |
  • December 30, 2009 |
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Preparing for the New Year with the "O" Word

  • Andrea Chevalier |
  • December 29, 2009 |
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Morality is Not the Point

Morality will not save you from hell; it will not even make you a better person. And if we teach our kids only morality, the undertow of legalism will be almost irresistible.

There Really Was a Saint Nicholas!

Saint Nicholas, who lived long ago, was a Christian man of great faith in God!

When Do Kids Become "Young Adults?"

Elements of our society have unofficially declared that the onset of adulthood matches the onset of puberty at the very grown-up age of 12...

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • December 18, 2009 |
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Is There a Letter for Me? A Unit Study

Even with the Information Age and the ability to e-mail, text, and instant message, there still is something special about getting something in the mail. Learn more through this unit study.

Crafting a Frugal Holiday: Heat Pak Gifts

Enjoy giving a gift that is unique, personal, inexpensive, and is a potential source of great comfort and pleasure to the recipient!

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