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Let There Be Light!

There's lots to study about light. Here we'll briefly touch on the fascinating science of light and color and describe a few inexpensive hands-on experiments that you can try at home.

Homeschooling the Rebel, Part 2

They have a way of making extremely drained parents—emotionally, physically, mentally, and spiritually. Here are some things I have learned about parenting and homeschooling the rebel.

Law, Grace, and the Home School

On more than one occasion parents have shared with us that they have become discouraged with their ability to live up to the standards set by the experts.

  • David and Laurie Callihan |
  • May 01, 2009 |
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Learning from the Journey: Our Homeschool Story

It’s hard to say who has learned the most from this homeschooling journey so far—my children or their parents.

The Case for Christian College - Part 2

Attendance at a good Christian college can be the catalyst that propels a young person into a more personal relationship with the Lord. Here are some more tips on your student attending college...

Writing Success the Classical Way: A Primer for the Progym

Nathan stares at a blank page, chewing on his pencil; Jimmy, next door, bends over his paper scribbling away. Both boys' mothers know the importance of writing, but one is flying while the other is floundering. Why?

  • Amy Hastings Olsen |
  • April 22, 2009 |
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The Case for Christian College - Part 1

A good Christian college can be an excellent transition for the important journey a child takes into adulthood. All this effort can be rewarding, for Christian college attendance has several advantages...

All About Allergies: A Unit Study

You can become a detective yourself and possibly discover allergies by keeping a diary of what you eat or what you are exposed to and the symptoms that result.

The Adventure of Raising Boys

Finance Q&A: Should I Trust My Teen with An Allowance?

Many consumers today are stressing with money issues because they didn’t learn to budget as children and teens. Learning to be financially savvy before leaving home is a huge advantage...

Storing Mommy's Kisses

"Mommy! I need to tell you something," he persisted. "It will have to wait until tomorrow," I said, determined not to give in. "It can't; I have to tell you noooooowwwwww!"

Minding Your Accents and Umlauts

You have now joined the ranks of language students all over the world who face periodic bewilderment in their quest for language mastery. Fear not with the right approach to language study!

Math for Real Life

Carita Boyles tried multiple textbooks to teach math, but always ended up frustrated with the pace. So she took a different approach, and linked her math instruction to real life.

The Imperfect Homeschooler: An Interview

"As a firstborn perfectionist, I’ve always put a lot of pressure on myself, and that got worse once I began homeschooling," says homeschool veteran Barbara Frank.

Convention Season: Are You Ready?

Local and state conventions, conferences, and book fairs have great benefits! Get the most out of any home-school event with the practical suggestions and check-lists below.

  • Cindy Short and Sue Welch |
  • March 25, 2009 |
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Changing the World, One Movie at a Time

Jonathan and I had the opportunity to go to the San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival this year, and what we found there should encourage every homeschooler to impact the world for Christ.

Unplugging Pornography: Helping Your Teen Escape the Trap

I communicate on a regular basis with teens who struggle with addiction to porn. These are not oddball, sadistic, perverted teens but everyday, honor-roll, churchgoing, love-their-parents, striving-to-live-for-Jesus teens.

Extracurriculars: Keeping the Home in Homeschooling

Every parent soon learns the challenges of outside-the-home activities. If overdone, activities may divide the family, stealing time and energy. You don’t have to do this!

Replacing Evil with Good

One of the most important things I’ve learned about how to turn a rebel around is this principle of replacement. Your teen can’t live in a vacuum any more than you can.

Music for the Musically Illiterate Mom

There are many ways you can bring music into your homeschool, even if you can’t carry a tune or read music.

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