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Homeschool Resource: More From Google Earth

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

Sharpen Your Grammatical Clause

Is your grammar as sharp as it used to be? Take a practice quiz here.

  • Marlene Caroselli |
  • December 21, 2012 |
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Let It Snow!

The scoop behind the white stuff.

Astronomy in The Hobbit

Aside from its literary value, there is great astronomical and scientific value to be found in the pages of Tolkien's The Hobbit.

Writing With C. S. Lewis

These five writing principles are still valuable tools for teachers and parents who are struggling with how to teach students to write.

Apps in Home Education

Do you plan to buy a mobile device in the coming year for use in your homeschool and household?

Music and Mandarin: The Perfect Combination

Up to age 7 children experience very rapid brain development. This is a prime time to expose them to music and language.

How to Direct an Amazing Homeschool Play and Build Community at the Same Time

Producing a play can be fun and rewarding - but where do I start? Look here for tips on scripts, venue, rehearsing, and everything else.

Introduction to Microsoft Word

Check inside for tips on how to use (or how best to teach) the great resource that is Microsoft Word.

Unit Study: The Lone Star State

Even if you don’t live in Texas, you can go on your own adventure as you learn about the Lone Star State and its fascinating history.

Homeschool Resource: Basics of Google Earth

Curious as to how Google Earth works, and whether you can utilize it in your homeschooling? Keep reading!

The Gift of Memorization

Children memorize words—it is part of the way they learn. But will we encourage them to memorize more than just pop songs?

Time Is on Their Side

Give kids encouragement in fiscal matters when they’re small so that when they leave the nest, they’ll not fall flat on their faces.

Teaching State History: An Outline With Projects

Following are some of the ideas and activities that have emerged out of our years of homeschooling.

  • Rusty and Sandy Sieber |
  • October 12, 2012 |
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Designed for Communication

Our communication reflects that we have true self-awareness, an idea of ourselves and our place in the world as unique individuals.

  • Dr. Carl Wieland |
  • October 05, 2012 |
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From Beans to Bang: Using Tangible Tools for Teen Math Success

In the areas of creative problem-solving, fluency of ideas, and mental agility, our students are falling short. Why?

Blocking the Shots: Should Homeschoolers Avoid Vaccines?

Many homeschoolers are taking unnecessary risks by withholding common vaccines from their children.

  • Daniel James Devine |
  • October 01, 2012 |
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Your First Year: Preparing for Takeoff

Begin your formal school year leaning on the Lord. Here are some ideas for starting the year off well.

  • Melanie Hexter |
  • September 28, 2012 |
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The Science of Ancient Greece

Archimedes had an incredible ability to discover how to make things happen based on the laws set by God within creation.

  • Melissa Pinkley |
  • September 21, 2012 |
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How Does Your Child Learn?

There are three areas that combine to make up each person’s unique way of learning: gender, temperament, and learning style.

  • Susan K. Stewart |
  • September 14, 2012 |
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