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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.

Instilling the Meaning of Independence Day

What does the Fourth of July mean to contemporary Americans? For many it means a day off from work and little more... What does the Fourth of July mean to contemporary Americans? For many it means a day off from work and little more...

What about Youth Group?

When should we allow our children to become involved in church youth groups?

  • David and Laurie Callihan |
  • July 04, 2008 |
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Teaching Art When Crayon is My Best Medium

I am art challenged. I don’t do well at drawing, painting, sculpting, origami, or underwater basket weaving. But I do appreciate beautiful things, and I deeply want my own children to express themselves and have a chance to unleash their God-instilled creativity.

Keep Praying for the California Case

On Monday, June 23, 2008, HSLDA founder Mike Farris argued in defense of homeschooling in the California Court of Appeal in the now-infamous Rachel L. case.

Stopping at Second: Baseball Lesson II

If only the little guy hadn’t taken his eyes off his coach, our team would have been set up to score. Shocked by how well he’d done, the young hitter was unable to even consider how much further he could go.

Keeping Little Ones Busy

If you have a baby, toddler, or preschooler in your home, you know how difficult it can be to keep them busy and happy while schooling your older children.

Running It Out: A Baseball Lesson

A tug inside halted my baseball thoughts. Convicted, I realized that too many times I stutter-step in life, looking at all the things that could hold me back instead of keeping my eye on the goal.

Scotland – A Small Country with a Surprising Impact

Known for its breathtaking beauty, perhaps best left for artists and poets to describe, this small, almost hidden country on England’s northern border is a place we ought to explore.

Homeschooling the Rebel

15 Things I Have Learned from My Father

I owe my father more than I can ever remember, as his wisdom has become my own.

Baking and Cooking: A Delicious Unit Study, Part II

Each time we mix, saute, baste, broil, fold, steam, and marinate, we learn a little bit more about cooking and baking and all the fun that goes into it. This week, we'll see how your kids can learn history, geography, reading, and writing in the kitchen...

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