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How to Help Your Teen Make the Right Choices About Dating

Seeking God’s best will help protect your teens from heartache and encourage them to fulfill God’s purposes for their lives.

Introduction to Microsoft Word

Check inside for tips on how to use (or how best to teach) the great resource that is Microsoft Word.

How to Direct an Amazing Homeschool Play and Build Community at the Same Time

Producing a play can be fun and rewarding - but where do I start? Look here for tips on scripts, venue, rehearsing, and everything else.

Autism Is a Word; It Is Also a Reality

A mother of four autistic children shares what has been the greatest blessing in their lives: 4 Paws for Ability, a dog service.

How to Deal with Peer Pressure from Other Parents

Other parents can pressure us to make decisions that aren't right for our families, but we need to stand up for our convictions.

Active Duty Homeschooling

With its ups and downs, homeschooling is like being on a roller coaster. Military life isn’t much different.

Unit Study: The Lone Star State

Even if you don’t live in Texas, you can go on your own adventure as you learn about the Lone Star State and its fascinating history.

5 Secrets to Creating Brilliant Students

A brilliant student is simply a student who studies brilliantly, cooperating with how the brain naturally works, not working against it.

Worn-Out Welcome: Saying "No" to the TV

This ill-mannered guest rubs off on you, distracts you, gets your priorities out of whack. So why do you keep turning on the tube?

Overcoming “Grader’s Block”

How do you grade as usual when you're all "graded out" and just can't seem to focus?

  • Melissa Campbell |
  • November 06, 2012 |
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Homeschool Resource: Basics of Google Earth

Curious as to how Google Earth works, and whether you can utilize it in your homeschooling? Keep reading!

Health to the Bones: Speak Words of Encouragement

Let’s keep in mind that our words are our greatest resource and more powerful in the raising of our children than money.

Why We Should Teach our Kids About the Election Process

With election day drawing near, have YOU explained the importance of voting to your kids and teens?

The Gift of Memorization

Children memorize words—it is part of the way they learn. But will we encourage them to memorize more than just pop songs?

S.P.R.A.Y: Spiritual Input, Prayer, Resources, Asking, Yielding

We hope SPRAY might help you remember five important principles for every homeschool grandparent.

  • Jane and Steve Lambert |
  • October 30, 2012 |
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What Is an “Inspired Homeschooler”?

Some people think of writing as simply a means to communicate, but in reality, writing has a much greater power.

Time Is on Their Side

Give kids encouragement in fiscal matters when they’re small so that when they leave the nest, they’ll not fall flat on their faces.

The Benefits of Starting a Micro Business—More Than Just the Money!

Could running a business actually help change and improve the world? It’s wonderful to imagine.

Inspirational Quotations From Across Time and Cultures

These quotations regarding educational approaches may help provide inspiration for you as you continue your homeschool journey.

Teaching State History: An Outline With Projects

Following are some of the ideas and activities that have emerged out of our years of homeschooling.

  • Rusty and Sandy Sieber |
  • October 16, 2012 |
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