As parents, we are responsible to help our children build the muscle they need to lift the heavy issues of life.
Some things for your high-schooler to keep in mind if she wants to stay home after graduation.
How to help your student study for the critical reading section.
I was a single mother nearing not only college graduation but, as it would happen, a national economic crisis as well. I prayed. God answered me with an even greater hunger for closeness with my children, for relationship.
Vacationing with kids doesn’t have to give you a headache.
Teaching is hard enough, but when you have a child who has a hard time focusing, it can seem impossible
Many nutrients are needed in order to continue developing this incredible masterpiece: the human brain.
To My Sons is a tiny tome of anecdotes, generally related to manhood and other life advice.
Since homeschooling families tend to be larger than average, there are more families than ever who are still homeschooling long after their counterparts have faced an empty nest.
Among students around the world, American high school students have one of the highest measures of self-esteem concerning their math abilities. At the same time, the U.S. is one of the lowest-ranking nations in the world in actual math ability
The word teenager might be a modern word, but the struggle in training children during those awkward years has been around since the time of Cain and Abel.
“Who knows but that you have come to this royal position for such a time as this.” Seems initially like pretty lofty stuff. But as husbands, parents, and dads, are we not sitting in the same position, overseeing the family’s royal crest?
For years the question that concerned many parents was, Can a student who was homeschooled through high school gain admittance into the college of his or her choice? For other parents, the question looming was, Can a student who was homeschooled through high school have a successful career in the military?
Summer is well under way by now, and if you're like most parents, you've probably heard the oft-repeated phrase "I'm bored" just a few more times than you'd like. Wouldn't it be great if you could break the cycle of boredom and help keep your kids' minds active and learning at the same time? Check out these tips...
1. Visit the library... 5. Turn down the volume... 10. Introduce series books...
I find myself as eager to learn about homeschooling as any new mother just starting out on this adventure could possibly be.
A Christian approach to history should be intrinsically just, rational, and hopeful.
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)?