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What do you Value?

This phrase hangs on a wall above my desk serving as a regular reminder (and mind re-setter.)  How easy it is to lose sight of Christ even as I go about my day intending to serve Him.  How often I need to revel in the fact that God wants me to Love Him and Serve Him with all my heart […]

Preparing for Convention

“There’s a first time for everything,” right? For some of you, Teach Them Diligently is your first time to attend a homeschool convention. First of all, we want you to know how glad we are that you’ve chosen to attend. Secondly, there’s no time like the present to prepare! No idea how to do that? […]

New Classes For Kids!!!

Are you ready yet? Today marks three weeks before we parents will go “Back to School,” as we all become students once more in the 150+ workshops offered at the 2012 Teach Them Diligently Convention. But in all of our learning, let us not forget the kids we teach! Teach Them Diligently is pleased to […]

What to do around the Teach Them Diligently Convention

If you’ve ever taught a science lesson, while making lunch for one child and feeding another, then you know that homeschooling moms are proficient multi-taskers. Knowing that, we assumed that they were probably also multi-travelers, meaning that many families traveling to the first-ever Teach Them Diligently Convention would plan the visit with side-trips in mind. […]

Facebook Party Tonight!!

Tonight is our first-ever Facebook Party!  We’re thrilled to be joined by our good friends  Jeannie Fulbright and Linda Lacour Hobar.  These homeschool veterans are not only authors, but they are also homeschool moms.   They are sure to be an encouragement to you!  So, bring your questions about homeschooling, science, history, the Teach Them Diligently […]

I Raised My White Flag

On a recent visit to Savannah, Georgia, I visited Fort Pulaski National Monument. During a short introductory video, I learned of a crucial attack held at the Fort. Confederate soldiers were holding their place and were defending the Fort, meanwhile the Union Army had advanced silently at night and prepared to siege the Fort with […]

How and Why Do We Teach Literature?

Many of you are working with middle schoolers and high schoolers in the Language Arts area.  You’re moving into that strange territory known as “Literature.”  You are attempting to teach literature so that your kids will be well read and well rounded.  But what does it actually mean to “teach” literature?  Do you choose books […]

Double the Discipleship and Refreshment!!

What could be better than spending the weekend with hundreds of other likeminded families, learning from and encouraging one another in our pursuit of discipling and educating our children and growing our families in the image of God?  It’s Simple!!  Follow that weekend up with a second weekend of refreshment for the mom!! It’s for […]