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Dealing with Difficulties

You have started homeschooling your children, but things are not going exactly as you dreamed. And your biggest question is, is all of this my children’s fault or mine?

The Search for 'Higher' Education

Every Spring, parents take their charges on multiple tours of colleges and universities in order to make an informed choice. But if you travel to the school and don’t venture off the proscribed path, you might as well just stay home and read the brochures.

  • Dr. Jason R. Edwards |
  • May 30, 2008 |
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Teaching Your Kids Financial Independence

The end product of our parenting efforts should not be boomer-rang kids, but adults who can live financially independent lives. Here's how parents can pass on solid financial practices while improving their own money management skills.

Help Bring Your Prodigal Home

When your child walks away from Christ, it’s easy to feel despair. But there is hope, and there are actions you can take to help bring your prodigal home.

10 Important Educational Activities for Preschoolers

Writer Amelia Harper shares 10 important, age-appropriate activities for parents with preschool-age children.

Training Children to Refuse Evil and Choose Good

One of the most heartbreaking experiences for Christian parents is when they see one of their children making damaging life choices with seemingly no interest in doing right. What can we do to help make sure that our children refuse evil and choose good?

Mom, I Want to Learn Urdu! Part II

Once you have decided on a language, the next step is choosing a language program. Peter Groth gives guidance on how to tackle this daunting task...

Are Parents Really Necessary? A Guide to Preschool Education

Today more than half of four-year-olds and more than a third of three-year-olds are in preschool programs. But does sending children off to preschool programs really benefit children more than keeping them at home with mom and dad?

The Big Day: Graduation

Mom, I Want to Learn Urdu! Part I

“Mom, I want to learn Urdu.” A simple sentence like this can send a wave of trepidation through a homeschooling parent, even if the foreign language your child desires to learn is of a less exotic variety than Urdu...

Refreshing Our Focus

It's springtime and the loose ends of our school days, which started to unravel a month or so previously, may now have slipped beyond our grasp. Maybe we’ve even stopped caring if we can salvage the weeks ahead or not. Summer is in sight and we just want to make a break for it. But one thing stops us—our conscience.

Homeschooling Special Needs Children

When the doctor first mentioned our adopted son might be mildly autistic, it confirmed my suspicions, but left me feeling inadequate. Then I found some wonderful resources which helped me believe that "Yes, I can!" homeschool a special needs child.

What My Paper Route Taught Me

Hands-on learning helps our children think and grow in ways that books and teachers can’t. That’s why I encourage families to take on a weekly neighborhood paper route as an integral part of their children’s education...

  • Linda Joyce Heaner |
  • April 23, 2008 |
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Social Success at Home

Our son Luke is a case in point that a child with challenges and delays is at risk of totally sinking in a public school classroom...

  • Michelle McConnell |
  • April 21, 2008 |
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A Practical Guide to Aiming High in High School

How will our homeschooled high school students actually achieve their lofty dreams? To help us visualize what a four-year plan leading to the accomplishment of high goals might look like, I will talk about three fictional students...

We Now Interrupt This School Day

In my early days of mothering and homeschooling, I had a rigid plan for each day. But I’ve learned that “interruptions” are His breathing life and direction into our days and into my heart...

Everything Old is New Again!

When I began homeschooling I would find old books at antique shops, garage sales, or on the Internet. But I had little idea that some old books were being re-published—even whole sets—and I have since used these books time and time again. The two sets we will discuss here will be McGuffey’s Eclectic Readers and Ray’s Arithmetic...

A Question that Can Change Your Relationship with Your Teen

As problems develop in relationships, families might spend money on counseling, family conferences, books, and videos. These are important tools for gaining insight, yet most parents don't realize that they have the world's greatest relational instructors living right under their own roofs...

  • Dr. Greg Smalley and Michael Smalley, M.A. |
  • April 04, 2008 |
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10 Keys to Homeschool Success

Many mothers seem to struggle with homeschooling. They obviously have the desire to be a help to their husband in this area, but as the family grows, they can’t figure out how to “fit it all in...”

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