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How to Eliminate Perfectly Parsed Piffle

I sighed as I put down the last essay. I knew that Justin was an excellent verbal communicator, but the essays I had just read were awful. Justin, like so many students, was simply churning out perfectly parsed piffle...

  • Janice Campbell |
  • November 14, 2008 |
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This Halloween, Try Stargazing

This month, on the evening of Friday, October 31, the Moon lines up near the bright first magnitude star Antares, the brightest star in the constellation Scorpius, not far from bright Venus.

Teaching Your Child to Love Reading

Sometimes in the quest to teach our children to read, we neglect to teach them to love to read as well. Here are some strategies to encourage your children to love reading, including the importance of a role model parent...

Help from a Former Hyperactive Kid

I am living proof that a hyperactive child can live a productive and healthy adult life. If those energies can be harnessed properly, God can do mighty things through your active child.

Homeschooling: A Natural Fit for the Kinesthetic Child

While he is following his passion, he will no longer display any “attention-deficit” problems.

  • Stephen Guffanti, M.D. |
  • October 17, 2008 |
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Why Music Matters for Preschoolers

It has been said that “Music has the power to soothe the savage beast.” I don’t know much about savage beasts, but I do know that music has an amazing influence on preschoolers...

Walking Where Darwin Walked

Do real scientists believe the Bible? Dr. Emil Silvestru tells how geology helped him accept Genesis after his conversion - and took him over the same ground that Darwin traveled 200 years ago.

7 Special Reasons to Get Up and Get Out

Even in our homeschooling we are hesitant these days to get outside and find safe places to examine what has been made. We just don’t take the time, because we’ve forgotten how vitally important this activity really is!

  • Jane Claire Lambert |
  • September 26, 2008 |
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14 Great Games to Play with Reference Materials

Reference books can be as dry as toast made in the Sahara and as boring as watching paint dry on a rock, but with gentle competition, your family can practice using reference materials and still have fun!

How I Taught My Child to Read for Less Than $1

My “method” was ultra-simple and ultra-cheap, and it worked! Today, my sons are 13 and 15 years old and are great readers, able to both decode and comprehend what is written.

School in a Suitcase: How to Homeschool on the Road

Whether it’s a weekend jaunt to a local historical site or an overseas adventure, traveling can provide your children with some of the most amazing educational experiences they’ll ever have.

  • Alexander Marestaing |
  • September 05, 2008 |
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Unleashing Energy: A Sneak Peek on How Things Work

Every object on Earth is held together by at least one of the four fundamental forces of nature: the strong force, the weak force, the electromagnetic force, and gravitation. Let’s put these ideas to work and start doing science activities!

Camping: A Complete Unit Study

How can you possibly enjoy sleeping underneath the stars, cooking over a campfire, or hiking along hidden paths without the opportunity to learn while you’re at it? Let’s get started!

Bugs: Creepy, Crawly, Weird, and Icky

I’m writing this article as a plea to consider the creepy, crawly, weird, and icky world of bugs. They are so cool, and in our home we find them fascinating.

  • Dr. Heather W. Allen |
  • August 01, 2008 |
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How Do I Learn about Learning Styles?

Just what's the fuss about learning styles? What is the concept? How do I understand how I learn best? And what about my children?

The Invention of Mechanical Refrigeration

We may take the refrigerator for granted - especially on hot summer days - but when you look back at its history, you’ll see that it’s only been around since the early 1900s.

Keeping Little Ones Busy

If you have a baby, toddler, or preschooler in your home, you know how difficult it can be to keep them busy and happy while schooling your older children.

Teaching Art When Crayon is My Best Medium

I am art challenged. I don’t do well at drawing, painting, sculpting, origami, or underwater basket weaving. But I do appreciate beautiful things, and I deeply want my own children to express themselves and have a chance to unleash their God-instilled creativity.

Scotland – A Small Country with a Surprising Impact

Known for its breathtaking beauty, perhaps best left for artists and poets to describe, this small, almost hidden country on England’s northern border is a place we ought to explore.

Baking and Cooking: A Delicious Unit Study, Part II

Each time we mix, saute, baste, broil, fold, steam, and marinate, we learn a little bit more about cooking and baking and all the fun that goes into it. This week, we'll see how your kids can learn history, geography, reading, and writing in the kitchen...

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