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In the Eye of the Storm: Hurricane Experiments

Perhaps because hurricanes are so destructive, a lot of science is dedicated to helping us understand why they happen and how to follow their paths.

The Hag, The Ogre, and The Chocolate Cake

There are times when my king can, and does, transform into an Ogre. This was one of them. And I was really excited about that, because it is not often that I get to freak out about something almost justifiable.

  • Jenefer Igarashi |
  • January 19, 2010 |
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A Distant Land: A Unit Study on China

My son's trip caused me to realize that China is full of people who need to hear about the love of God. What better time to learn about this country?

How Do I Help My Creative Child? Part 2

Consider three areas that will impact the answer to that question: the stages in the creative process, understanding a creative child, and the characteristics of the creative child.

  • Dr. Marvin G. Baker |
  • January 11, 2010 |
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Is There a Letter for Me? A Unit Study

Even with the Information Age and the ability to e-mail, text, and instant message, there still is something special about getting something in the mail. Learn more through this unit study.

Crafting a Frugal Holiday: Heat Pak Gifts

Enjoy giving a gift that is unique, personal, inexpensive, and is a potential source of great comfort and pleasure to the recipient!

Inventions That Changed the World: The Weather Station

Predicting the weather has always been a fascination for man. Here, we explore some of the smaller inventions that combined to form a much larger one: the weather station.

  • Ray & Gale Lawson |
  • October 27, 2009 |
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When 'Be All You Can Be' Is Just Too Military

I came to realize that boarding the achievement train sometimes can get us parents off track—with typical kiddos and special kiddos alike.

Public-Assisted Homeschooling: What's the Cost?

The flyer arrived one day in the mail. It was a grade school option offered by the public school district. This was a new twist, I thought.

Literature, Liturgy, Language, and Leisure

Charlotte Mason understood that even the mediocrity of everyday routines can be shot through with meaning and import when we are mindful of encouraging ourselves and our children with ideas that transport us out of the every day.

Inventions That Changed the World: War of the Currents

It took many years, centuries in fact, before scientists began to understand the fundamental properties of electricity, what it was, and how it could be used as a source of energy.

  • Ray & Gale Lawson |
  • October 05, 2009 |
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Homeschooling Internationally, Abroad, and at Home

Why is homeschooling spreading so rapidly abroad? For the same reasons it's growing so fast here in the United States.

  • Dr. Heather W. Allen |
  • September 15, 2009 |
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Consistency Is the Best Diet

Either I ate too much before I went to bed that night or my brain was mesmerized into temporary lockdown, but I had a terrifying nightmare that my wife and I were being assaulted by a barrage of homeschool "diet" programs.

The Eye of a Naturalist: Teaching Your Child to Observe

As a nature journalist and homeschooling mom, I’ve learned to take advantage of “divine appointments” with God’s creation.

Getting Kids to Help with Chores, Part 2

Our children can be the workforce that unloads the straw from Mama Camel’s back before it gives way.

Home School Chuckles: Science of the Squeamish

  • Suzanne Broadhurst |
  • August 07, 2009 |
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Salt, Boats, and Submarines

Whenever the temperatures begin to rise, my children can’t wait to play in the water. Here are a few experiments to help your kids have fun in the sun (and water)!

Raising a Family 'Of Different Minds'

Maren Angelotti talks with Crosswalk.com about parenting kids with -- and without -- learning differences in a way that makes sure nobody is overlooked.

Getting Preschool Kids to Help with Chores

Our children can be the workforce that unloads the straw from Mama Camel’s back before it gives way.

Record Your End-of-School-Year Accomplishments, Part 2

Ready for the checklist? Use this one to see what went right - and what didn't - this year so you can adjust for next year. Now's the time!

  • Cindy Short and Sue Welch |
  • June 13, 2009 |
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