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Teaching the Fidgety Child (Without Using Duct Tape)

After God chuckled, my first much-anticipated child came whirling into my life and plunged me into the world of an extremely active, even hyperactive, child who was eventually diagnosed with ADHD.

Give Thanks! A Unit Study About Gratefulness

As homeschooling families, we have the opportunity daily to nurture Godly character in our children, both by example and via instruction.

Should I Be Worried About My Child's Language Development?

We cherish our children’s achievement of milestones from their first tooth to their first step, but hearing a child speak his first word is like music to our ears!

  • Cari Ebert, M.S., CCC-SLP |
  • January 10, 2012 |
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Strategies for Expanding Your Child’s Attention Span

Recently, I received an email from a young mother overseas in need of suggestions for how to increase the attention spans of her children...

  • Michelle Painter |
  • January 04, 2012 |
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Not Afraid of the Freezer

As I spent more time in the kitchen and had a growing stack of favorite recipes, I began to experiment with freezing leftovers to save time.

  • Amanda Galeotti |
  • December 27, 2011 |
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What to Do with Santa Claus

Though I wholeheartedly agree that the focus should be on Christ, I wondered if it was necessary to toss out all the old books and ornaments that had any association with Santa...

  • Angie Mosteller |
  • December 20, 2011 |
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Who Is Santa, and What Does He Have to Do With Christmas?

When the kids inevitably ask, “Who is Santa?” what do we say?

  • Angie Mosteller |
  • December 13, 2011 |
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Was Jesus Really Born on Dec. 25?

I was surprised to learn the true history of how this date was selected.

  • Angie Mosteller |
  • December 06, 2011 |
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From Adam to Jesus: The Jesse Tree Tradition

If you are looking for a simple yet effective family Advent activity, take a moment to consider the Jesse Tree.

  • Danielle Olander |
  • November 29, 2011 |
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Honor God With Your Family This Thanksgiving

Family celebrations are one more time to teach your kids your values and help them understand they are part of a larger plan.

An Open and Shut Case: The Invention of the Zipper

Devices such as buttons, belts, laces, and zippers are tools that are known as fasteners. They are very useful, and you probably use them more than you think!

  • Ray & Gale Lawson |
  • November 15, 2011 |
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More Than Meets the Ear: The Invention of the Loudspeaker

Most people take loudspeakers for granted, but there is more to them than meets the ear!

  • Ray & Gale Lawson |
  • November 08, 2011 |
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Cars That Run on “Juice”

Most people believe that electric cars are a brand-new innovation, but you might be surprised just how long ago electric cars first appeared...

  • Ray & Gale Lawson |
  • October 25, 2011 |
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Research Revelations about Homeschooling

Genuinely curious people and ideological skeptics and opponents of homeschooling continue to ask questions about home-based education.

  • Brian D. Ray, Ph.D. |
  • October 18, 2011 |
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Medieval History Through Literature

Studying medieval history using a literature approach offers a rich opportunity to mine some fabulous treasures of classic and historic works.

Teaching Multiple Grade Levels

How do you work with a high schooler while you have the 4-year-old pulling everything out of your underwear drawer and building a tent (don't ask)?

Creating a Lapbook About Horses

A lapbook would be a great way to teach children about horses and incorporate hands-on activities.

Growing With an Appreciation of Music

It is a simple thing for parents to train their children to love and use music—to foster music appreciation within the home.

  • Lea Ann Garfias |
  • September 20, 2011 |
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Unit Study: Sail On

Nautical navigation fills a broad spectrum of techniques and crafts from simple rafts to ocean liners.

The College Board Website: A Bonanza of Information

Are you looking for a resource that provides help in finding scholarship money, motivating your teen, handling test stress, choosing smart electives, and much more?

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