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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.

Harmonious Homeschool: Ways We Have De-stressed Our Home

Many things can cause disharmony in our homeschools. Check out these tips to help lower your "stress meter."

  • Betsy Chastain |
  • September 14, 2007 |
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Applied Mathematics

If I'm ever at a loss for what to write, I draw on the author's great resource: suffering. And nothing makes me suffer more than math.

Technology that Protects: A Parent's Guide

Whether we’re talking about TV, the Internet, movies or video games, parents have options beyond escaping to a cabin in the woods.

Start Your Own Backyard Flock

Raising chickens can be a fun educational experience. Here are some tips to getting your own flock started.

Sharing Those Big Reasons

Homeschoolers often find themselves in the position of explaining their choice, but how many of us have walked away from a homeschool evangelism opportunity after giving a wimpy answer? Here are some tips to help you take advangage of this teaching opportunity.

Efficient Education

How can you make homeschooling work in your advantage in meeting your obligations? Here are some tips!

Instilling the Meaning of Independence Day

What does the Fourth of July mean to contemporary Americans? For many it means a day off from work and little more...

Two Steps To Finish Your Homeschool Year

As your school year has ended, don't just fade away, perhaps in discouragement over perceived failure to reach all your goals. Evaluate your school year!

  • Cindy Short and Sue Welch |
  • June 29, 2007 |
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The Summer Solstice

How did the longest day of the year come to be called the summer solstice? Learn the answer as well as other interesting facts about the longest day.

Missional in my Neighborhood

I love questions that seek to create opportunities to share the simple love of Jesus...

New Children's Book Offers Encouragement for the Slow Learner

Author Belle Branscom shares how her son's learning struggles inspired her to seek out ways to help children of all levels learn more effectively.

Take a Hands-On Nature Hike!

We're coming up on the best time of year to go hiking and enjoy the outdoors. Here are some tips to make your next hike more enjoyable.

What Your Preschooler Really Needs

The world has a lot to say about parenting nowadays. From Dr. Spock to Dr. Phil, from the Super Nanny to our own families, a plethora of experts scold us with a never-ending barrage of advice--most of it conflicting.What does your preschooler really need?

Keeper of the Wardrobe

We’ve all heard the humorous question posed to homeschoolers: Do you just do school in your pajamas? Since we are at home, the temptation to do that is very strong, but what are we teaching our children?

The Oregon Trail

Since the early days of America’s history, brave pioneers had been instrumental in opening up new land and reclaiming it from the wilderness. Learn how the stories of Oregon inspired pioneers to brave the treacherous mountains.

Make Your Own Weather Station

Since weather is so important to so many people, it's only natural that people always want to know what the weather is going to be. Find out how you can make your own weather station so you can make your own weather forecasts.

Rain: A Complete Unit Study

Rain is something we are so used to seeing and hearing that we hardly even pause when it happens. But what was it like for the people who'd never seen rain before? Check out this unit study!

Learn About Birds

Spring is a great time to get into the hobby of bird-watching. Here are some great tips to help you get started.

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