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Science in the Kitchen – The Scientific Method

We stood in the laundry room looking up at the spider’s web. Mother spider was in the center. Radiating out from her seat were black dots on the spokes of the web. When we reached for one of the dots, all of them converged toward the center, mother. With this living laboratory, a new science lesson and laboratory experience began...

  • Susan K. Stewart |
  • February 01, 2008 |
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Learning Sign Language

How can learning sign language benefit your family? Find out how a mother's passing interest changed the course of her family life.

The Meaning of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday celebrates the life and legacy of a man who brought hope and healing to America. We commemorate as well the timeless values he taught us through his example.

  • Coretta Scott King |
  • January 16, 2008 |
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Measuring Up

Considering homeschooling? Been homeschooling for a while and wondering about the effectiveness of homeschooling, or just curious? Now that the current homeschooling movement is more than several decades old, you may be wondering what kind of results homeschooling is producing. What kind of scientific evidence now exists that can be used to determine the quality of the efforts being made by parents across the country? Read more...

Launch Your Child into Reading

Susie, aged four, was nibbling on animal crackers and holding her well-loved Bible storybook. From her car seat, she said, "Mommy, Mommy! Listen to me read." "I'm listening," said her Mom. They were going home late one night from visiting Grandma...

  • Peggy M. Wilber, M.Ed. |
  • January 04, 2008 |
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Preparing for the New Year with the "O" Word

  • Andrea Chevalier |
  • December 26, 2007 |
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There Really Was a Saint Nicholas!

Saint Nicholas, who lived long ago, was a Christian man of great faith in God!

12 Creative Ways to Make the Holidays Meaningful

The weeks surrounding Christmas ought to be a special time of family togetherness, reflecting on the true meanings of these wonderful holidays, and teaching our children important lessons in thankfulness and God's love. Unfortunately, however, it's easy to get so caught up in everything that needs doing that we forget the things that matter most...

Should Parents be Concerned About The Golden Compass?

You've probably received an e-mail about the upcoming fantasy film The Golden Compass by now. And you may be wondering "Is this movie really so bad?"

Five Tips to Slow Down and Simplify the Holidays

There's got to be a better way to shepherd our families through the holidays—to be able to slow down enough to enjoy each other and not get caught up in the rat race of preparation and money-frenzied spending.

Our Thanksgiving

Children of all ages can learn that Thanksgiving has a richer and deeper meaning when they are involved in all aspects of the preparations and are taught how to focus on the spiritual blessings God has bestowed on them and their family as modeled by their parents...

A Short History of Astronomy and Astrology - Part 2

During the 12th century, the writings of Aristotle were rediscovered in a sincere enough quest for logic and understanding. Unfortunately, the elements of astrology eventually began to find their way into medieval culture. Learn more about the early Church response to astrology...

A Short History of Astronomy and Astrology - Part 1

What are the origins of astronomy and what part did astrology play in the study of the stars? Learn more...

Halloween Should Celebrate Saints, Not Sin

The original Halloween had more to do with faith than fear.

Codes and Ciphers

When we think of codes, we usually think of spies, espionage and intrigue. Although codes have been used extensively by various governments, codes are used in many other ways as well, not just in spy rings. Learn more...

Root Cellaring: A Complete Unit Study

The early pioneers stored food all the time and couldn't have survived without meticulous planning and careful preparations. When they harvested their gardens, they stored their food in root cellars. How you get your own root cellar started? Leare more..

The Art of Gentling

Gentleness is an art. It requires time and patience, but the end result proves it is the best training method; it produces the highest yield...

He Requires So Little of Us

Do you find yourself overwhelmed at times with the responsibilities of homeschooling? It doesn't have to be that hard. Learn a lesson from Moses...

Teach Your Children to be Effective Communicators for Jesus

We need to teach our children how to respond when their faith is questioned, challenged and mocked, because it isn't a matter of if it will be, but when and how...

Does Slow and Steady Always Win the Race?

When it comes to learning to read does slow and steady always win the race? Read on to learn some of the benefits and pitfalls of each method.

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