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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.

Virtual Vacation

All the way home, Sam couldn’t help thinking how much he’d been looking forward to going on their summer vacation.

  • Christine Sutton |
  • January 03, 2014 |
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How to Have a Homeschool Awards Ceremony

The aim is to keep it simple but thorough, focusing on the end of the year, accomplishments, achievements, and awards.

  • Christina Parker Brown |
  • December 27, 2013 |
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Let It Snow!

The scoop behind the white stuff.

The Gift of Everyday Moments

Wouldn’t it just be easier to stay in bed with the covers over your head some days?

  • Deborah Wuehler |
  • December 13, 2013 |
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Getting Organized for the Holidays

One excellent activity to keep Christ central in Christmas is to spend time each day pondering the true miracles of the season.

Gospel Chalk Art: For Such a Time as This?

“One picture is worth a thousand words.” While that adage may not always be true, it highlights the power of visual communication.

De-Clutter Your Home in Time for the Holidays!

Several years ago I realized I was outnumbered. There were more people bringing clutter into my home than I could control.

Top 10 Reasons Parents Decide to Homeschool

If you didn’t begin with a strategy in mind, it’s time to evaluate where you are and what your ultimate goal is.

  • Jessica Parnell |
  • November 15, 2013 |
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Serving Them, Nurturing You

Some say "me time" is necessarily; some say it's selfish. Is there a middle ground? Should there be?

  • Kendra Fletcher |
  • November 08, 2013 |
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Chinatown’s Avenging Angel

Donaldina felt no “call” to missions, but in 1895 she answered this request: “Would you be willing to help at the Chinese Home?"

  • Susan K. Marlow |
  • November 01, 2013 |
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Time’s Up! Is Your Room Clean?

“Clean your room!” Our kids like to hear that from us about as much as we like to hear “What’s for dinner?”

Schoolhouse Memories

"School was much different back then compared to now. We didn’t have school buses and had to walk several miles to school.”

  • Reese Whitaker, Emma Swan |
  • October 18, 2013 |
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Teaching and Training for the Year Ahead

One year, I tried an experiment with how we ran the house. The result was happy, confident children who were proficient at their tasks.

If You Can Sing It, You Can Write It!

How do we teach our children that writing poetry can be fun?

  • Jennifer L. Padgett |
  • October 04, 2013 |
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Being Faithful in the Little Things

Our challenge is to teach our children faithfulness in these “little things” day in and day out, correcting them gently.

  • Marji McIlvaine |
  • September 27, 2013 |
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10 Great Ways to Encourage Your Gifted Young Artist

Honest praise and encouragement can help build the confidence your child is looking for.

Lessons From Moses: How to Teach Our Children to Give Excellent Reports

The story of Moses & the Spies has it all—intrigue and adventure, suspense and drama,—even lessons for parents on how to teach.

Homeschooling Mom: Fill Yourself

Constantly preparing curriculum for the kids can lead to burnout. Why not take some time to study something yourself?

Why Home Is the Best Place to Learn

“A school setting is not conducive to human development and self-esteem” Debra Bell believes, and has research to back it up.

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