Let's look over a number of wonderful free tools for creating and enjoying music. Quite a bit of excellent free software is available.
“Clean your room!” Our kids like to hear that from us about as much as we like to hear “What’s for dinner?”
What happens when our children begin to question the very truths we build our families upon? Is it our fault? Will they reject the faith?
Parents think nothing of uploading information and photos of their kids on social media, but are they overlooking risk factors?
Though half of all states now permit homeschooled children access to public school sports programs, resistance continues in many quarters.
There’s a clear correlation between confidence and ability as an adult, how much the person was read to (out loud) as a child.
"School was much different back then compared to now. We didn’t have school buses and had to walk several miles to school.”
Despite the prevalence of pregnancy loss and the progress made in terms of awareness, isolation is still a common feeling.
According to the Oxford Dictionaries’ website, art is “the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination."
In reality, are educational toys the best toys? Or more precisely, are they toys at all?
One year, I tried an experiment with how we ran the house. The result was happy, confident children who were proficient at their tasks.
To help your son thrive, take a look at how much technology your son uses, and of what quality it is.
It can be difficult to think of your teen as capable of being a leader, but let him prove that he's ready to accept the responsibility.
Martin Luther made this frequently quoted statement: “Music is a fair and glorious gift of God.”
How do we teach our children that writing poetry can be fun?
God helped us discover how to combine our two homes. However, we found that a smooth blend requires five conditions.
Advancements in technologies offer a plethora of learning resources right at our fingertips to enhance our homeschooling efforts.
It’s easy to overlook preparing children for what lies ahead. How can they succeed if they don’t know what is expected of them?
Our challenge is to teach our children faithfulness in these “little things” day in and day out, correcting them gently.
All children sometimes throw fits and disobey, and that fact does not hinge on the adeptness of the parents.
- September 24, 2013 |