Early Intervention to Homeschooling Jump

Early Intervention to Homeschooling Jump

Many parents find out in a well-child appointment that something isn’t quite normal with their precious child, as we did. We went through the system of early intervention for testing and therapy for each of our special needs children for ...
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2018 Launch Party!! WIN A $1,500 Myrtle Beach Family Getaway!!

2018 Launch Party!! WIN A $1,500 Myrtle Beach Family Getaway!!

As you may know, Teach Them Diligently is an organization with a mission. Our team desires with all our heart that the Lord will use the events we produce to encourage families as they disciple and educate their children. We ...
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How to Build Unit Studies

How to Build Unit Studies

By Sharon Gibson, Homeschool Legacy and Once-A-Week Unit Studies By this point you’ve probably already discovered unit studies and are fascinated by their many advantages and creative possibilities. Now you’re ready to get down to brass tacks and find out ...
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Pizza Prepares Kids to Make Sense of Money

Pizza Prepares Kids to Make Sense of Money

It never before crossed my mind that pizza could be the key to teaching kids about saving money. I, like most parents, tried to get mine to turn off the lights, TV, and computer when they were finished. And, like ...
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How to Rescue an Older Learner

How to Rescue an Older Learner

I’m often asked how to cope with removing an older learner (student) from a failing situation in “school” and beginning to homeschool them. That’s sort of my specialty since I taught these older learners for so many years. I called ...
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Six Activity Ideas for A Fun Fourth Of July Family Celebration

Six Activity Ideas for A Fun Fourth Of July Family Celebration

Next week, we will celebrate the 241st birthday of America’s adoption of the Declaration of Independence. For many of our families, that means extra family time in the days ahead, so I wanted to pass along some fun ideas for ...
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Vote for Your Favorite Homeschool Blogs

Vote for Your Favorite Homeschool Blogs

We want to know what you are reading. Which homeschool blogs do you find the most interesting and helpful? Weigh in below and watch in the next week or so to find out the full results.
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5 Tips for Visiting Campus

5 Tips for Visiting Campus

So your teen is ready for college! The days of unit studies, phonics and book reports have been replaced by scholarship hunts and admission counselors. You’ve read the fliers, searched the websites and talked about majors. Now it’s time for ...
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