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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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Record Your End-of-School-Year Accomplishments, Part 1

Once school's out, take a day to evaluate how far you've come - you'll be a step ahead for the next year!

  • Cindy Short and Sue Welch |
  • June 12, 2009 |
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An Insider’s Guide to Homeschool Conventions

After eighteen years of going to homeschool conventions, I can tell who's there for the first time. In case that poor mom is you, let me share a few things I’ve learned over the years.

Light, Color, Optics: Exploring Visible and Invisible Light

Is visible light all there is? As our sense of sound is limited to a certain range, so our sense of sight is also limited to a certain range.

Give Your Child a Head Start on the Arts

Exposure to classical music, art, and drama will enrich your children’s lives now and as they grow. You may even discover a budding Picasso or Pavarotti living right under your roof.

Let There Be Light!

There's lots to study about light. Here we'll briefly touch on the fascinating science of light and color and describe a few inexpensive hands-on experiments that you can try at home.

Writing Success the Classical Way: A Primer for the Progym

Nathan stares at a blank page, chewing on his pencil; Jimmy, next door, bends over his paper scribbling away. Both boys' mothers know the importance of writing, but one is flying while the other is floundering. Why?

Math for Real Life

Carita Boyles tried multiple textbooks to teach math, but always ended up frustrated with the pace. So she took a different approach, and linked her math instruction to real life.

Convention Season: Are You Ready?

Local and state conventions, conferences, and book fairs have great benefits! Get the most out of any home-school event with the practical suggestions and check-lists below.

  • Cindy Short and Sue Welch |
  • April 03, 2009 |
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All About Allergies: A Unit Study

You can become a detective yourself and possibly discover allergies by keeping a diary of what you eat or what you are exposed to and the symptoms that result.

Extracurriculars: Keeping the Home in Homeschooling

Every parent soon learns the challenges of outside-the-home activities. If overdone, activities may divide the family, stealing time and energy. You don’t have to do this!

Music for the Musically Illiterate Mom

There are many ways you can bring music into your homeschool, even if you can’t carry a tune or read music.

Meeting the Needs of Homeschoolers

A marriage between Christian schools and the homeschooling community seems to be made in heaven, but worked out here on earth, for the benefit of all involved.

The Conflicted Legacy of Abraham Lincoln

On Feb. 12 we celebrated the 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s birth, and on Feb. 16 we celebrate President's Day. The relatively short history of our nation makes these days particularly momentous.

  • Dr. Gary Scott Smith |
  • February 28, 2009 |
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Maple Syrup: A Tasty Unit Study

Does cabin fever have you wondering why you ever decided to homeschool in the first place? Presenting a unit study with the potential to bring a multi-age group of learners closer to gain new knowledge of science, history, geography, math, and more.

  • Tara Lynn Osburn |
  • February 20, 2009 |
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Take Flight With Science!

At some time in our lives, we all wish we could “sprout” wings and fly. People have been curious about flight for thousands of years, moving from myth to invention.

  • By Rick and Michelle Eichhorn |
  • January 26, 2009 |
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The Pencil Wars

Homeschool conventions always have great workshops on how to get started, how to teach, and how to select better curricula. I’ve yet to see a most useful topic: Surviving the Pencil Wars.

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