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Is Easter a Pagan Holiday? Part One

There has been an increasing trend among evangelicals to shun Easter as allegedly being derived from a pagan source. Explore the history here!

Lesson Planning With the Lesson Planner

Whether it’s on hard copy in a notebook or on a CD-ROM for your computer, it is one of the most important tools a homeschool mom can own. Here's an overview of the best lesson-planners I've found.

Helping Your Child Make Sense of Disaster

Even a little person can make a big difference. As Japan's disaster recovery unfolds, there are sure to be abundant lessons that will be relevant to children's hearts.

Overcoming The Fear of Science

With a frightened tremor in her voice, one mom approached me at a conference confessing, "We really haven't done much science and I'm not sure what to do."

  • Jeannie Fulbright |
  • February 23, 2011 |
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Briefly Books: Great Books for Teen Readers

Q: My 16-year-old son is tired of reading classics and would like to read something more modern. What are your suggestions?

Teaching Kids to Be Money-Smart

The establishment of specific goals, combined with visual reminders of their progress, has helped our children see the bigger picture, prioritize more effectively, and make wise money decisions.

The Lost Colony of Roanoke

The lost colony of Roanoke is one of the great mysteries of history that is still open to speculation. What happened to the colonists? Why did they leave Roanoke?

Flying Creatures: Created or Evolved?

Humans achieved true powered and sustained flight only about one hundred years ago, after many laughable failures. If it took intelligence and planning to design an airplane, what does it say about the flying machines that the Wright brothers studied?

  • Dr. Jonathan Sarfati |
  • January 31, 2011 |
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Writing Doesn’t Have to Involve Kleenexes®

A number of moms confess to me that they've given up teaching writing. Some say that whenever they give their students writing assignments, crying is involved...

Unit Study: Lines of Communication

Alexander Graham Bell opened the lines of communication in a way the world could never have anticipated. His discovery paved the way for the future. Texts, tweets, and the instant messages of today's phones are possible due to Bell's invention of the telephone.

Making History Sticky

The following suggestions might be summed up as Sticky History for Dummies (like me). I have arranged these suggestions so that the first letters form the acronym TRrIMMED.

Why Schedule?

Evergreens: Famous Trees and Little-Known Facts

While many of us think of pine trees when we hear the word evergreen, the family actually includes a huge variety of plants, many of which have unusually long lives.

Keeping Focused on Christ During the Holidays

I would like to share some of our family's holiday journey. I do so not with the desire to lay out a formula for keeping focused on Christ during the Christmas season or of how to celebrate Christmas (or even whether to celebrate it at all), but rather to offer ideas that may encourage you to examine how you celebrate...

How to Manage the Writing Process

One way to make writing easier is to break the process into parts so that you can focus on each step individually.

  • Fran Santoro Hamilton |
  • December 07, 2010 |
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Christmas Math: Combine Learning with Holiday Fun

The weeks leading up to Christmas are the perfect time to put aside math textbooks and dive into some exciting "living" math lessons.

Homemade Rocket Science

In the experiments below we will only be studying one area of rocket science: propulsion. Propulsion is the process of propelling or driving an object with force.

  • Melissa Pinkley |
  • November 17, 2010 |
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When Your Brain Is Hard of Hearing

Is a conversation with your child filled with a stream of "huh" or "what?" In crowded surroundings does your child seem lost and off topic?

Welcoming a New Family Member

We have just welcomed our sixth child, so when a new-to-homeschooling mother asked, "How do I homeschool my 5-year-old with a newborn alongside?" I had to pause and answer the question for our family too...

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