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Art: A Reflection of Worldview

Without knowing history, one cannot have a full understanding of why an artist painted what he painted.

Conflict—The Heart of Every Story

As readers, our most important task is to identify and understand the central problem—the conflict—in a story.

The Relevance of American Literacy

By learning what others have done before us, we are able to use critical thinking to guide our families in truth.

Green Thumbs—Every Child Needs Two!

That garden may be growing beans or daisies, but in the child’s heart, eternal seeds are growing.

What Makes the Best Toys?

Obviously, the best toys here won’t be the best toys for everyone, but there are some things we’ve considered as we’ve purchased toys:

Dyslexia: How Do I Teach This Child?

Dyslexia is an auditory/language problem, visual/perceptual problem, and often a visual/motor (eye/hand) problem as well.

  • Dianne Craft, MA, CNHP |
  • April 12, 2013 |
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The Smoky Mountains: An Education Waiting to Happen

As home to a mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish, the Mountains provide entertainment and education for all who visit.

Homeschooling and Religious Freedom

Legal advocacy groups are urging homeschooling families to work at the local level to secure extra protections for religious freedom.

  • Antony Barone Kolenc |
  • March 29, 2013 |
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A Spartan Legacy

The ancient Spartans understood that they needed to raise children who embraced self-sacrifice more than any pleasures.

Public, Private, or Home Education...What Are My Options?

Trying comparing these categories: responsibility, academics, supplementary curriculum, values, safety, and environment.

Mason-Inspired Methods for Teaching Writing

Through these regular practices, students gain invaluable writing skills that will serve them well in college and in real life.

10 Essential Elements of a Thriving Homeschool Co-Op

The pleasures of homeschooling our children are many, the rewards great, and the challenges plentiful.

When a Child Doesn’t Remember What He Reads!

“Word calling” is a left-brain task, while creating a "picture"of those words is the responsibility of the right-brain hemisphere.

  • Dianne Craft, MA, CNHP |
  • February 22, 2013 |
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To Co-Op or Not to Co-Op—That Is the Question

Maybe you’ve been wondering about the ins and outs of co-op and questioning whether or not to join. If so, here are some tips.

How to Successfully Start a Homeschool Theater Group

“How hard can it be? We find a script, we rehearse, and then we put on one little show. It wouldn’t be that difficult, would it?”

  • Amy Young Miller |
  • February 08, 2013 |
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Plan to Thrive in Latin and Greek

Even as Latin and Greek are getting tossed out of public schools, home educators are doubling their efforts to invite them in.

Convention Attendance: Preparation for the Next School Year

What other activity lifts the spirits of a homeschooling mom more than shopping for new materials?

Art History and Criticism: Learning About Da Vinci

A general understanding of what is involved in art education is probably more valuable to the homeschooler than any artistic talent.

Unit Study: The Revolutionary War

This unit study includes a Revolutionary War recap, reading list, activities, writing assignments, and more!

  • Jennifer Steward |
  • January 04, 2013 |
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Homeschool Resource: More From Google Earth

Fire up your own copy of Google Earth—you’ll want to play along!

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