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How to Enjoy a Successful Trip to the Art Museum

My recommendations cover three parts of the field trip: before you go, while you’re there, and after you return.

College at Home 101

Online learning has become a viable, popular options in post-secondary education. How can you make these new tools work for you?

  • Alyssa Mulhearn |
  • February 26, 2014 |
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How to Save Time with Freezer Cooking

The basics of freezer cooking are very simple: choose foods that freeze well and store them properly.

6 Essentials to Inspire Your Young Artist

I asked kids at my recent art workshop, “Do you like to draw?” Every hand went up. It was unanimous.

Can You Withdraw Your Child From Public School Mid-Year?

The answer might surprise parents. Read how to embark on your homeschool journey mid-year.

  • Jessica Parnell |
  • February 19, 2014 |
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Capture Your Children’s Minds with Exceptional Literature

One of the most attractive aspects of homeschooling is the ability to spend time together reading.

  • Cathy Diez-Luckie |
  • February 17, 2014 |
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Christian Law Association: An Insider's Perspective

Read inside for an interview with attorney David C. Gibbs III, a tireless legal advocate on behalf of homeschooling families.

  • Antony Barone Kolenc |
  • February 14, 2014 |
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Are Video Games Helpful or Harmful to Our Kids?

So what’s the real skinny on the sudden wave of virtual learning opportunities through video games?

  • Jessica Parnell |
  • February 12, 2014 |
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10 Secrets to Surviving the Long Haul of Homeschooling

It’s that time of year on the school calendar. You’re “in between” in the dead of winter—with no end in sight.

Fish Oil as Healing Brain Food

Evidence of the impact of fish oil on the brain and nervous system of struggling children is so large that it deserves its own article.

  • Dianne Craft, MA, CNHP |
  • February 07, 2014 |
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Beauty is Truth: Fine Arts at Home

Until reading Gene Edward Veith’s State of the Arts, I had not considered that art was ordained by God in the Old Testament.

  • Leigh A. Bortins |
  • February 05, 2014 |
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When Moms Have to Work: Why Homeschooling Can Work for Working Parents

Our finances are just too tight to get by on one income anymore, how in the world can I work AND homeschool my children?

  • Jessica Parnell |
  • February 03, 2014 |
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Top Ten Ways to Homeschool on the Road

Take the school basics and turn them into a game. This not only helps to pass the time, but brings out the creativity!

A New Season: Thoughts on Impending Graduation

The Lord commands us to be in the world, but not of the world. This is why many people homeschool their children.

  • Leigh A. Bortins |
  • January 29, 2014 |
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One Mama's Gift of Life

I remember finding out that I was going to be a mother for the first time. I was unmarried, alone, helpless, embarrassed, and frightened.

  • Karen Allen Campbell |
  • January 27, 2014 |
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What Can I Do About Auditory Processing Problems?

What is happening when bright, hardworking kids and teenagers have to expend so much energy to process things auditorily?

  • Dianne Craft, MA, CNHP |
  • January 24, 2014 |
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Building a “Case” Against Homework: Is it Really Necessary?

“How much homework should I give my child?” is a frequent question for many families who have chosen the homeschool path.

Don't Rush God!

The butterfly hung there a long time. We decided to make sure it could fly to freedom when it decided to let go of that twig, so David took the twig out to the patio and laid it on the railway. We waited.

The Enduring Legacy of Ancient Greek Drama

The ancient Greeks invented drama—and not the kind our kids invent when asked to mow the yard or wash the dishes.

Public, Private, or Home? How to Make the Ultimate Decision

Whatever we choose, we all want our children delivered safely and successfully back to our homeland in the end.

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