As homeschool mothers, one of our most important jobs—maybe the most important?—is to teach our children how to think
Simply put, Common Core is an educational lab experiment with no evidence of success and our children are the guinea pigs.
As parents, we can’t be too busy to listen. We can’t just assume kids are safe or shy away from difficult topics.
Are you stashing treats away for care packages? Noticing credit card offers coming in...for your child? College looms!
There are so many things I know now, that I wish I could have known then. Here are 10 things I wish every girl could hear.
Gardening is a mirror of our homeschool journey, both requiring the understanding that small seeds lead to bountiful harvests.
As you read about my ten years of burnout, I hope you will discover the hidden blessings and even the benefits it can offer.
"Dear Dad, I am not sending your grandkids to school. John and I have decided to homeschool the kids."
Iinstead of worrying about WHY you're so disorganized, concentrate on making the situation BETTER.
Tricia Goyer has found a catchy way to remember to cloak her kids in prayer – from their heads to their toes.
As a special needs parent, a field trip presents you with challenges many other parents do not think about.
Many students are choosing homeschooling due to burgeoning athletic careers. How do parents strike a balance?
Operating a micro-business is a superb way for young people to apply the knowledge and ability they acquire through their studies.
It sounds like a simple question, but unfortunately, the legalities of homeschooling can be a tricky matter.
One of the biggest lies is that a good leader has to do it all. This expectation is impossible and a sure path to burnout.
Christian parents begin with good intentions, but fall into their own dreams for their children's lives, rather than God's.
If we expect -and verbalize- that our children will be trouble, we also put that thought into the minds of our children.
"I have never let my schooling interfere with my education." -- Mark Twain
Take several homeschooled boys, a pile of LEGO bricks, a robot, and a challenge to solve, and you get a LEGO robotics team!