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3 Simple Steps to Teaching Worldview

As homeschool mothers, one of our most important jobs—maybe the most important?—is to teach our children how to think

Growing Our Homeschool

Gardening is a mirror of our homeschool journey, both requiring the understanding that small seeds lead to bountiful harvests.

10 Ways to Have a Successful Field Trip with Your Special Needs Student

As a special needs parent, a field trip presents you with challenges many other parents do not think about.

Is It Legal to Homeschool Children Other Than Your Own?

It sounds like a simple question, but unfortunately, the legalities of homeschooling can be a tricky matter.

How to Build a LEGO Robotics Team

Take several homeschooled boys, a pile of LEGO bricks, a robot, and a challenge to solve, and you get a LEGO robotics team!

7 Ways to be the Best Dad in a Crisis!

If you find yourself in charge of everything during a crisis, here are some tips that really helped my family.

Keeping Art Simple and History Alive

For those of us who are not art history majors, teaching art and history simultaneously can be overwhelming.

  • Jennifer L. Padgett |
  • June 06, 2014 |
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How to Create a Nature Journal

When children give attention to drawing they will often notice details about their finds that they wouldn’t have otherwise.

Parents Who Can’t Remember…Teach!

Parents gains quite a bit in common sense, problem solving ability, and how to think fast in a pinch. Believe me—you’re ready!

5 D's of Learning for Gifted, Special Needs, and Average Students

Do, Discover, Dramatize, Dialogue, and Drill are the KONOS 5 Ds of Learning. Read more to see how it works!

How Organization Helps Create a Peaceful Home

Staying home with our children, while sweet, presents a challenge: lived-in homes get messy more quickly than empty ones.

Great Books Fuel Unit Studies

Every unit study needs three types of books: information books, classic literature books, and easy readers.

Plant a Garden in Your Homeschool

Children love to play in the dirt, and tending a vegetable garden gives them that freedom.

Remembering the Past: A Classical Approach to History

The classical model of education relies on the skills of the Trivium—Latin for “three roads:” grammar, dialectic, and rhetoric.

A Ship Full of Ideas: Lesson Plans on the Titanic

On April 14, 1912, the Titanic, touted as the “world’s safest ship,” collided with an iceberg, and sank

Income Tax "Do’s and Don’ts" for Homeschoolers

This tax season remember four “Do’s and Don’ts” to maximize your family’s tax return and avoid making costly filing errors.

  • Antony Barone Kolenc |
  • April 04, 2014 |
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How to Prepare Your Kids for Meaningful and Worthy Lives

“Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it” (Proverbs 22:6).

Adventurous Elementary Education

Learning should be exciting for elementary aged kids, but few students are enthusiastic about school.

Special Needs Homeschooling: a Peek at Down Syndrome

A few years ago, I became a special needs mom. Now I view life through different lens.

The Original Low-Tech Tool

Sometimes I long for the simple life. As an artist, the most low-tech thing I can think of is one of my favorite tools: the pencil.

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