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The Importance of a Family Read-a-loud

Are new trends in homeschooling beginning to indicate a decline in literacy in the homeschool community?

The Life of Saint Patrick

He did not drink green beer or wear a "Kiss me, I'm Irish" pin, but he accomplished amazing things.

  • William J. Federer |
  • March 16, 2007 |
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Classical Music – A New Way to Teach It

Have you found a classical music program that works for your preschool children as well as for your older children? Since classical music is much more complex than popular music, children need some special way to "connect" to it.

Safe Surfing

The Internet is a powerful tool for good, and we celebrate the good things we discover. We also know that there is a lot of filth in the online world. How can a family safely use the Internet without bringing unwanted content into their home and into the minds of their children?

The Great Awakening

Although Jonathan Edwards' method of speaking lacked enthusiasm, his words were powerful. Revival followed.

Effective Education for Your Learning Disabled Child

Teaching to strengths, incorporating the senses, and analyzing curriculum are keys for success.

Where Did Measurements Come From?

Organize to Thrive as a Mom at Home

Make Your Own Homemade Kite!

Make Your Holidays Classic

Make the holidays a unit study through incorporating classic literature, plays, concerts, and more.

Hands-On History, Part Two

  • Maggie S. Hogan |
  • December 15, 2006 |
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Teaching the Lessons of Pearl Harbor

We must not fail to teach our children the gripping lessons of history and freedom.

Hands-On History, Part One

  • Maggie S. Hogan |
  • December 01, 2006 |
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The Pilgrims' Legacy

The Great American Railroad

To Halloween or Not to Halloween?

Contrary to popular belief, the most prevalent emotion of the Halloween season is not fear -- it’s guilt.

Redeeming Halloween: The Fear-Not Party

The Fear-Not Halloween Party is just one creative way to help your elementary-aged children realize that our God is not the God of fear.

  • Kim Wier & Pam McCune |
  • October 20, 2006 |
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Celebrating Columbus Day

Columbus wanted to sail west to reach the East Indies. The disagreement centered not on the shape but rather on the size of the world...

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