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Climbing Mt. Homeschooling

After I dumped my tale of homeschool woe to my dear husband, he looked at me and asked, "Do you know what it's like to climb Mount Everest?"

Parents, Teens and Sex

Recently I asked a beautiful teenage girl who is very bold about her stance for purity what motivates her to hold her ground. She said simply, "My sense of morality, which is based on my faith and the values my mother and father have taught me." Parents, you are a huge influence on your teens...

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • November 13, 2009 |
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How to Plan Wisely for Holiday Feasts and Fun

Now the holidays are upon us, and we love to celebrate with food. How can we enjoy our traditions, make our family favorites, graciously entertain, and save money on food during this holiday season?

Copywork: Out-Dated Practice or Homeschool Resource?

What is copywork? The word conjures up images of quill pens and long recitations. But copywork is just one more tool to put in your student's own "writer's toolbox.

  • Debra Fogelbach |
  • November 09, 2009 |
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Mangled Schedules and Grateful Hearts

"Want to ride with me to the dump?" my husband Donald inquired, poking his head into the schoolroom. Pencils flew everywhere as the boys jumped up, ready to go. We hadn't finished school, of course...

  • Janice Campbell |
  • November 09, 2009 |
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Should Homeschooled Teens Join Church Youth Groups?

Parents are often naïve when it comes to the spiritual condition of their church youth group. Or they assume that because a teen group is available, their teenagers should participate in it.

  • Meredith Curtis |
  • November 06, 2009 |
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Stop, Drop, and Roll! A Fire Safety Unit Study

I had ribs simmering on the stove that spring morning. As my sons and I headed to meet my husband for lunch, I thought for sure that I had turned the stove off before leaving our home.

When We Are Called to Silence

The Lord shares with us that there is a time to speak up, but there is also a time to be silent. There are four main reasons to “keep silence.”

Handling Social Media With Your Kids

Social media has become part of the fabric of American youth culture. Here are some of my thoughts on handling social media in your home.

  • Jim Burns, Ph.D. |
  • October 30, 2009 |
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Help for Struggling, Reluctant Readers

I used to think that a reluctant reader was simply someone who hadn’t found the right book yet. But the causes may go deeper than that.

  • Max Elliot Anderson |
  • October 28, 2009 |
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Coming to Grips with a Creative Child, Part 1

Have you ever wondered why people are at ease if their child is identified as brilliant but anxious if he is branded creative? What's the difference between stubbornness and creativity anyway?

  • Dr. Marvin G. Baker |
  • October 27, 2009 |
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Are You Homeschooling Intentionally?

Good intentions mean nothing unless those good intentions become intentional actions. Intentional actions mean nothing if they don't line up with what God desires for our lives.

Great Expectations: A Winning Combo for the Perfect SAT Score

What motivates high achievers? Surprisingly, it's not what they study. It's how they master learning and motivate themselves.

  • Joanne Calderwood |
  • October 23, 2009 |
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Inventions That Changed the World: The Weather Station

Predicting the weather has always been a fascination for man. Here, we explore some of the smaller inventions that combined to form a much larger one: the weather station.

  • Ray & Gale Lawson |
  • October 21, 2009 |
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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.

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