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HOW TO CREATE THE PERFECT HOMESCHOOL FOR YOUR FAMILY How do you create the perfect homeschool for your family? Before you fill in the boxes
Homeschooling Organization Methods Why do we get discouraged on our homeschool journey?Uncover the reasons why and listen as Jeannie gives practical tips and organizational ideas
HOW TO HAVE THE PERFECT HOMESCHOOL WHILE TEACHING CHILDREN ON DIFFERENT LEVELS ( Download our Teaching Multi-Level Homeschooling MP3 below! ) As an experienced homeschool
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Long gone are the days of being limited to simply deciding which college to attend. Today’s incoming college freshmen have the choice of an on-campus
Are you ready to teach your homeschooling high schooler about the ins and out of government, civics, and economics? Homeschoolers excel in this area. The
According to Holiday Insights website, tomorrow, November 2, 2017, is National Make Your Wife Dinner Day, so we wanted to make sure you dads had plenty
As we approach 2020, we’re discussing the vision for the 365 community and our theme of Families on Mission. Throughout this year in TTD365, we’ll
By: Eric Dalton, Executive Vice President, AOP According to a 2017 report developed by Fetch, a mobile marketing agency, more than 40 percent of
*This page may contain affiliate links. For more information please see our disclosure page/privacy statement for more information. One thing that binds every homeschooling subject
There is much talk these days about a healthy marriage and how to achieve it. One key building block is often overlooked, though. Join David
There is a special time in a child’s life when they see everything around them as new and magical. Every day things like dandelions and
*This page may contain affiliate links. For more information please see our disclosure page/privacy statement for more information. It’s time for high school science and
In June 2009 my wife, Staci, and I found ourselves in an orphanage in Guatemala. We were both teachers at the time and wanted to
Are you tired of hearing about standardized tests yet? Most students are! Yet this topic is one of great importance if a student wishes to attend college – immediately after high school or even down the road. Your SAT and/or ACT score gives the college a glimpse of your critical thinking skills, reading comprehension, and ability to problem-solve under pressure. All of these are skills you need for college and career.
We were about to finish our first year of homeschooling, and I felt like our inaugural year had gone pretty well. I definitely knew my
Last month we talked about avoiding college debt. Financial aid is a big part of that conversation, but what exactly is financial aid? Many families who have not yet sent a child to college – or who didn’t attend college themselves – are prone to think financial aid is solely made up of scholarships. When colleges advertise, “6.1 million in financial aid!”, they aren’t sharing the whole picture.
Homeschooling is an amazing way to educate and disciple our children. It becomes a way of living that blesses our families from sun up to
It’s common for online learning to intimidate homeschool parents who are used to using textbooks. However, many families that make the switch to online curriculum
In today’s episode, Leslie talks to Linda about grading and how the better you understand your child, the more insight you’ll have on how to
By Chuck Black The rocket sat on the kitchen table gleaming in all of its splendid detail. It was my masterpiece. I had honed my
By Gale Farrier, South Carolina Home Educators Association Don’t forget our past In the mid 1980‘s home schooling was not a legal option for educating
If there’s one thing homeschool parents view with trepidation, it’s the transition from middle to high school. This season contains a whole new level of accountability and pressure as your child enters his ninth grade year. The grades he achieves, the tests he takes, and the transcript he compiles has the power to determine future decisions about college and career. It’s no wonder parents are nervous about homeschooling the high school years!
We all know that homeschool families tend to love field trips and learning together. Why not continue this while traveling to or from one of
Many in our communities are learning first hand this year that giving thanks in all things is not always an easy thing to do. Let’s
Inspire Responsibility Service projects for teens inspire compassion and civic responsibility. Many schools require them for high school graduation because of their lasting impact. In
At long last, we are so excited to announce our first ever Teach Them Diligently top 18 homeschool blogs list as chosen by Teach Them
by Jeff Allen, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association Storytelling is an important part of any Bible lesson. People of every age, in every part of the
Two weeks ago, while walking down a hall at Truett McConnell University (TMU), I was asked if I would be willing to write a blog
Featuring answers to questions received by homeschool dads at Teach Them Diligently events, let’s look at helping the homeschool wife.
Jolly juggling jesters jauntily juggled jingling jacks. Did you know that today, November 8, 2018 is National Tongue Twister Day?!? Tongue twisters are those fun
Join Leslie as she chats with Mickey Mitchell, founder of BIPRI, about brain health and why it’s so important to get a better understanding of
‘Tis the season to head into homeschool or back to homeschool, and there are some pretty easy ways to make sure that you have the
When I told the other teachers at my campus that I had decided to quit my job as a 5th grade reading teacher and stay
Let’s be honest; not everyone is good with money. Some folks never learned the basics of balancing a checkbook, let alone controlling impulsive buying habits.
By Jolanthe Erb, Homeschool Creations/ Operation Christmas Child Ambassador Have you ever sat at the edge of a pond, thrown a rock in, and watched
By: Herbie Newell, Executive Director, Lifeline Children’s Services In 2008, on a trip to Zaporizhia, Ukraine, the Lord awoke my heart to the fact that adoption
Today, I am sharing a FREE Color by Letter Alphabet Pack as a fun way to explore and learn the alphabet. My two preschoolers have already enjoyed these immensely and it received 4 thumbs up! Included in the pack are 6 summer-themed coloring pages that come in a variety: upper case, lower case, color and black/white.
As a busy mom, your time is limited. You’ve become a pro at multitasking, but sometimes there aren’t enough hours in a day. Abeka Academy
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