How do homeschooled teens know when, where, how, and what kind of test they need to take?
For those of us who are not art history majors, teaching art and history simultaneously can be overwhelming.
I never in my life planned to homeschool. It sounded like some type of weird and extremist way of raising kids.
Words matter. Our kids need to hear them. They thrive under encouraging, supporting, heart-felt words.
For many, silence and solitude is an essential part of keeping a quiet and content heart.
When children give attention to drawing they will often notice details about their finds that they wouldn’t have otherwise.
Nearly everyone knows Felix Mendelssohn’s “Wedding March” from A Midsummer Night’s Dream. But did you know...
From the womb until the time they are young adults, there are things parents can do to help your child know, and ultimately love, Scripture.
Whatever the reason your family has chosen the option of homeschooling, numerous terrific online resources are out there.
Parents gains quite a bit in common sense, problem solving ability, and how to think fast in a pinch. Believe me—you’re ready!
The challenge parents face is to foster appropriate liberty for our children with an appropriate authority for us as their parents.
How can we avoid crippling comparisons? It starts by affirming our worth (and our children’s worth) in God.
Mother’s Day has come and gone. This year, some women were wondering if they'd ever hear "I love you, Mom" again.
Do, Discover, Dramatize, Dialogue, and Drill are the KONOS 5 Ds of Learning. Read more to see how it works!
I would have never imagined in a million years that I would become a homeschooler.
You've probably heard the scary stats: 86% of teens drop out of church. But what does research really show?
Education tends to make parents nervous…and with good reason: your child’s social, emotional and economic future is at stake.
Staying home with our children, while sweet, presents a challenge: lived-in homes get messy more quickly than empty ones.
Rest, quiet, and time to regain focus and see the forest for the trees are good choices. Easier said than done, right?