Tthe word “Atari,” the brand name of one of the original video game platforms, means in Japanese “you’re about to become engulfed.”
Are you working at home with a bright, hardworking child or teenager who has to work too hard to learn?
The pleasures of homeschooling our children are many, the rewards great, and the challenges plentiful.
Home-educated graduates are the most likely to get divorced? Most likely to feel prepared for a vibrant spiritual life?
In this edition of "Kids Talk About God" Carey Kinsolving gets child-like perspectives on the definition of goodness.
Parents often ask my wife Missy and me why we give classic literature such a prominent place in our curriculum.
“Word calling” is a left-brain task, while creating a "picture"of those words is the responsibility of the right-brain hemisphere.
The first Greek epic was invented even before the Greek alphabet was finished.
Raising sons is a joy. Here are the five things every son must hear from Dad.
One of the best pieces of advice for any student is to read classic literature. But what makes writing "classic" or "great"?
Maybe you’ve been wondering about the ins and outs of co-op and questioning whether or not to join. If so, here are some tips.
As you read about my ten years of burnout, I hope you will discover the hidden blessings and even the benefits it can offer.
Often Dad works outside the home, and it takes more forethought to develop his relationship with the kids. But it can be done!
Putting a routine into place will be the single most helpful weapon in your arsenal to assure homeschooling success.
“How hard can it be? We find a script, we rehearse, and then we put on one little show. It wouldn’t be that difficult, would it?”
"Mom, you have always taught us that God is sovereign and God is good. When are you going to start living that way again?”
Choices make kids feel smart, but choices don’t necessarily make them wise. Sound strange? Listen to this.
Intentional plagiarism constitutes theft. Make sure your students have a thorough understanding of academic integrity.
Even as Latin and Greek are getting tossed out of public schools, home educators are doubling their efforts to invite them in.