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The Heart of Christian Homeschooling

Why are we homeschooling? Let’s face it, it certainly isn’t convenient. So is it for academics? Character training? To shelter our children from worldly influences? Or is it for the purposes of Biblical instruction?

  • Marc & Cynthia Carrier |
  • March 10, 2008 |
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Could Homeschooling become Illegal in California?

On February 28, 2008, the California Court of Appeals issued a ruling in a juvenile court proceeding that declared that almost all forms of homeschooling in California are in violation of state law...

Preparing for Your Child's Teen Years

Every child is unique and will respond to the teenage years differently. But there are a couple key commitments you as a parent can make that will help guide your child through the teen years successfully...

  • Drs. Gary and Greg Smalley |
  • March 06, 2008 |
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IEP Easy as PIE

Since we are homeschooling our seven “normal” children, we decided this would be the best for our special child, too. However, there were many terms I didn’t understand, the first of which was “IEP.”

Developing Family Teamwork

“Mom, can I please clean up the kitchen for you? I want you to sit down and let us do all the work.” Does that sound like something from a fairy tale? Believe it or not, that was a quote, word for word, from my five-year-old daughter...

In Praise of Purity

We must do a better job of instilling in young people a healthy fear - born from an awe of God's Word - of violating their God-given human dignity...

  • Janice Shaw Crouse |
  • February 29, 2008 |
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Confessions of a Consummate Failure

Sometimes I get so discouraged when I read an encouraging book about homeschooling. The ideas for this or that unit study or discipline technique and the other creative blending of subjects and age level all sound so easy on paper...

Discipline and Your Teen

  • Dr. Walt Larimore |
  • February 22, 2008 |
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Literary Call to Arms

While many kids with hands-on parents are guided toward developing a love of reading, it is hard to ignore rising illiteracy rates and the struggles many college freshmen are having in adapting to the rigors of college academics...

  • Jennifer Bussey |
  • February 20, 2008 |
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Home Businesses for Homeschoolers

Operating a home-based business is becoming a much more common, desired option for many people today. I believe there are many reasons why homeschoolers, especially those with teens, could benefit from having a home business.

Who Was St. Valentine?

We'll never really know exactly who he was or what he did, but the stories surrounding this popular saint have contributed to the Valentine's holiday traditions.

  • Cheryl Johnston |
  • February 13, 2008 |
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God is Never Late

We sit and wonder, "How much longer Lord?" Will He come in our lifetime?

College Students and Privacy: Do Your Homework

As a mother of two sons in college, it's more than disturbing to hear college faculty announce that they cannot give me any information about my sons without my sons' permission. The truth is, there are circumstances under which a school can release information - even without student consent.

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • February 08, 2008 |
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What's All This Fuss About Unit Studies?

A unit study is a teaching method where you choose a topic and try to accomplish as many academic subjects around that topic as possible. Find out why it is so appealing to many home educators.

  • Jennifer Steward |
  • February 06, 2008 |
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Gentleness: An Uncommon Virtue

In our harried, loud, and in-your-face lives it seems tranquility is a vanishing hope on the horizon. We have existed in an aggressive and demanding environment for so long that, unknowingly, many have adopted this kind of lifestyle for themselves or have begun to think of it as normal. It may be normal for the masses, but it should not be normal for the Christian-- especially for the Christian homeschooling parent...

Science in the Kitchen – The Scientific Method

We stood in the laundry room looking up at the spider’s web. Mother spider was in the center. Radiating out from her seat were black dots on the spokes of the web. When we reached for one of the dots, all of them converged toward the center, mother. With this living laboratory, a new science lesson and laboratory experience began...

  • Susan K. Stewart |
  • January 30, 2008 |
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Obstacles or Advantages?

So what are the two biggest questions that will be thrown at you as you approach the high school years? More importantly, are they really the obstacles people say they are? Read more...

High School…Wrapping It All Up!

Wondering about what Homeschooling High School is like? What it looks like? What really needs to be taught in these last few years at home? Come home and join us right-smack-dab-in-the-middle of our journey!

The Meaning of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday celebrates the life and legacy of a man who brought hope and healing to America. We commemorate as well the timeless values he taught us through his example.

  • Coretta Scott King |
  • January 16, 2008 |
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Top Seven in Oh Seven

From what your preschooler really needs to keeping your teens active in the summer to raising politically incorrect christians in a politically correct world... check out the most read homeschool articles of 2007.

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