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14 Great Games to Play with Reference Materials

Reference books can be as dry as toast made in the Sahara and as boring as watching paint dry on a rock, but with gentle competition, your family can practice using reference materials and still have fun!

Your 12-Year-Old Still Can’t Read?!

Our daughter Emily started out as an incredibly bright child, well on her way to law school in kindergarten. Imagine our surprise when she was unable to learn to read in public school kindergarten or after transferring into private Christian school for first grade.

The Prodigal's Father

Most of us are familiar with the story of the Prodigal Son in Luke, but, how often do we look at the parable from a parenting perspective? We can learn from the example of the father who recognizes, like our Heavenly Father, what is required for real transformation in our kids...

  • Chris and Michelle Groff |
  • September 05, 2008 |
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How I Taught My Child to Read for Less Than $1

My “method” was ultra-simple and ultra-cheap, and it worked! Today, my sons are 13 and 15 years old and are great readers, able to both decode and comprehend what is written.

What You Need to Know about College Testing

Some of you are familiar with the different tests high school students are expected to take before applying to college. However, many people are completely confused by them.

School in a Suitcase: How to Homeschool on the Road

Whether it’s a weekend jaunt to a local historical site or an overseas adventure, traveling can provide your children with some of the most amazing educational experiences they’ll ever have.

  • Alexander Marestaing |
  • August 27, 2008 |
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Casting Down the Imagination

I’m really not sure when it began. I was just disgruntled with being a mom. It wasn’t fun anymore. The joy was gone, replaced by a sense of failure and a desire to succeed at anything outside the home. In my mind I knew this was a wonderful calling, that I was doing a great work. But, the accusations and lies persisted.

Tales of the Heartily Homeschooled, Part 2

Homeschool graduates Rachel Thomson and Carolyn Currey recently co-authored the newly released book, Tales of the Heartily Homeschooled, a collection of humorous glimpses into their lives as homeschoolers. Read more in this interview with the authors.

Unleashing Energy: A Sneak Peek on How Things Work

Every object on Earth is held together by at least one of the four fundamental forces of nature: the strong force, the weak force, the electromagnetic force, and gravitation. Let’s put these ideas to work and start doing science activities!

Tales of the Heartily Homeschooled, Part 1

Homeschool graduates Rachel Thomson and Carolyn Currey recently co-authored the newly released book, Tales of the Heartily Homeschooled, a collection of humorous glimpses into their lives as homeschoolers. Read more in this interview with the authors.

Men of Science, Men of Faith

“People think that science is science and faith is faith. That simply is not true. No scientific discovery is ever made without the scientist himself making a leap of faith,” says Dr. Raymond Damadian, inventor of the M.R.I.

Cali. Court Reverses Itself, Calls Homeschooling Legal

A California court Friday (Aug. 8) reversed its previous ruling and decided that most forms of home schooling are legal, overturning February's ruling in a juvenile court case.

Raining Sunshine

Even after twenty years of living on the plains of Colorado I’m caught off guard when the sun shines above me at the same time rain droplets plop onto my skin. It happened again the other night.

  • Paula Moldenhauer |
  • August 11, 2008 |
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Bugs: Creepy, Crawly, Weird, and Icky

I’m writing this article as a plea to consider the creepy, crawly, weird, and icky world of bugs. They are so cool, and in our home we find them fascinating.

  • Dr. Heather W. Allen |
  • July 23, 2008 |
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Homeschooling in the Shadows

From time to time, it seems that dark clouds overshadow the homeschooling family. It is wise to remember, however, that laws opposing the Christian faith or homeschooling are not capable of destroying our hope.

The Date or Not-to-Date Debate

How Do I Learn about Learning Styles?

Just what's the fuss about learning styles? What is the concept? How do I understand how I learn best? And what about my children?

What Matters the Most

Despite our qualms, the truth always remains: except for God, no one can love these kids more than we do. No one knows them better than we do. But do they know that?

The Invention of Mechanical Refrigeration

We may take the refrigerator for granted - especially on hot summer days - but when you look back at its history, you’ll see that it’s only been around since the early 1900s.

Reviving Our Vision

We need to keep a vision for our families’ futures clearly set before us. We must define our vision, prayerfully teach toward our vision, and seek encouragement in the process.

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