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Unit Study: What's Your State History?

Before my three children graduated homeschooling, I loved using unit studies. One of my favorites was the state unit study.

Writing: It's the Starting That's Stopping Us

Just getting started is often the most difficult part of a writing assignment. Here are seven ideas to get you over the hurdle!

Training the Imagination through Imitation

When most parents tell me that their child is not creative, they mean that he is not artistic or imaginative in the same way the parents want him to be or think he should be. You can teach even the most realistic, down-to-earth, engineer-to-be child to be creative.

  • Danielle Olander |
  • September 28, 2010 |
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Autism and Alleluias: An Interview with Kathleen Bolduc

I came to parenting with visions of all the wonderful things I was going to teach my children. The greatest surprise is all I have learned as a mother. As a mother of a son with autism, Kathleen Bolduc shares this sentiment.

  • Christine Field |
  • September 14, 2010 |
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The Belly of the Bus

I rise with the sun, eager for what this school year will bring, yet sad to see summer end. And on this day, once again, the annual ritual outside my window lures me in.

Discover Centripetal Force

The truth is that your seat belt really had very little to do with keeping you in the roller coaster when you went upside down. What really kept you there was science!

  • Melissa Pinkley |
  • September 01, 2010 |
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Q&A: Noah, the Flood, and the Ark

The account of Noah and the Ark is one of the most widely known in the history of mankind. Unfortunately, like other Bible accounts, it is often taken as a mere fairy tale.

  • Ken Ham and Tim Lovett |
  • August 24, 2010 |
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Ten Fun Ways to Study World War I

Teaching World War I as a unit study to children on all grade levels can be a challenge; however, with a bit of creativity and some fun resources, you can do it.

Life under Pressure: Experiments with Air Pressure

I'm not talking about pressure from schoolwork or chores. I am speaking of the air pressure that pushes all around you.

Building the Erie Canal

Even before the Revolution, people in New York had thought of creating a canal that would reach the Great Lakes. The project became a colossal undertaking a century ahead of its time.

Keepers of the Light: A Unit Study on Lighthouses

It was not a job for the fainthearted, requiring discipline, precision, and repetition. Let's set sail on a journey to learn about lighthouses in history.

A Child May See the Folly of It: Splicing Evolution and Genesis

The idea that God used evolution and that the book of Genesis needs reinterpretation to accommodate the theory is not a modern idea. And it still doesn't work.

Schooling Through the Summer?

Summer is finally here, and our family will use these next few weeks exactly like we do the other seasons of the year. Here's three reasons we homeschool all year.

Preschool: Start at the Very Beginning

In the early years, in the foundational years in which young minds form, it is right and good that little ones learn from those who care most deeply about them.

Schoolmaster of the Republic: Noah Webster's Inspiration

The next time you watch a spelling bee, or use a dictionary, or help a child with his or reading, take a moment to think about the true purpose and value of education.

Sight for Sore Eyes: The Invention of Eyeglasses

The eye is an incredibly complex organ that has never been duplicated by science, no matter how hard man tries. Still, some of us need a little help to take full advantage of our sight.

Large Families: Blessings or Burdens?

These days, having more than two children can unleash a tsunami of ire from family, friends and total strangers. Three mothers give their perspectives on the most common complaints and misconceptions about large families.

25 Tips for Math Success

Many of these strategies are based on personal experience during many years of homeschooling, but we've also learned a great deal by observing other outstanding homeschooling families who have applied wise, effective strategies in their homeschools.

  • Donna Rees and Deborah Wuehler |
  • June 07, 2010 |
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101 Things to Do This Summer

As much as you have planned, and as much as your kids are looking forward to summer, you know there will come a time when you hear your child say, "Mom, I'm bored, what can I do?"

  • Laurel Springs School |
  • June 04, 2010 |
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Choosing Good Books: An Interview with Family Vision

How can parents exercise discernment when choosing books for their children? John Thrower of The Family Vision talks with Home School Enrichment on the subject.

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