For Homeschool Moms

Learn to thrive as a wife and homeschool mom.

Encouragement for Homeschool Moms

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Networking with other homeschool moms is a way to receive advice, ideas, support and encouragement.

The homeschool mom community is a place of empowerment, strength, and creativity.

Get connected through your local library, museum, blogs, support groups, and home school conventions.

Community Building for Homeschool Moms

Community building is essential for homeschool moms.

Link up with other homeschool moms through homeschool providers like Classical Conversations, a classical Christian Community.

Time Management for Homeschool Moms

One of the best tools for homeschool time management is finding a preplanned homeschool curriculum.

These preplanned curriculums have lessons plans, video courses, activities, and testing to help you save time and stay on track.

Homeschool Mom Appreciation

Are you a homeschooler that has your mom as your teacher?

Homeschool moms have many roles from teacher, to mom, to errand runner, chef, and housekeeper.

Show your homeschool mom some appreciation with handpicked flowers, a handwritten note, or a simple “Thank you, Mom, for all that you do for me.”

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Balancing Homeschooling and Marriage

In order to balance homeschooling, family and marriage, it is a good idea to create a schedule and ask your spouse for input.

Schedule time for school and time for rest as well as carving out time for your spouse. Plan ahead but allow yourself grace if you get off track.

Again, one of the awesome things about homeschooling is the ability to create your own schedule.

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Getting Your Kids Excited about Learning

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As a homeschool parent, you are not limited to the four walls of a school or even your home.

Get your kids excited by taking weekly field trips. Have class outside by a beautiful lake or on the back porch or even by a camp fire.

Also, knowing you can get the school work knocked out in 3-5 hours instead of a full day of classes leaves plenty of time for extracurricular activities and hobbies like riding a bike, playing basketball, or learning a musical instrument.

Join TTD365 for an Online Community and a Wealth of Resources for Homeschool Moms!

Teach Them Diligently 365 is an online homeschool community and homeschool resource library designed to help you make the most out of your homeschool experience.

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TTD365 Audio Resources - Homeschool Moms (Members Only!)

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The Titus 2 Woman: Is She Relevant for Today?

What are women supposed to teach and learn from one another? To love their husbands, love their children, and take care of their homes. Is that even relevant in our society today? Please join us for this intriguing workshop as we discover the timeless truths from God’s Word about our biblical role as women. Learn how to practically apply these truths in your own life and in the lives of your daughters and young women you disciple, and begin restoring biblical balance and unity in the home.

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Courtship and Dating: So What’s the Difference?

Families hear much about courtship these days, but often lack clear ideas as to the differences between a dating approach and the courtship concept. We want to spare our children the pitfalls of the modern dating tradition, but often don’t know how to explain to them how courtship works! This seminar gives six easily-understood differences between the two approaches, to help any family apply the old approach in a modern era,
but without arbitrary, Pharisaical rules. Dennis gives parents principles they can apply in varied households.

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An Evening of Real Refreshment for Moms presented by Apologia

As homeschool moms, we are always on call, aren’t we? We are privileged to meet the needs of daddy and children and to be the glue that holds our families together. At Teach Them Diligently, we want to offer YOU a night of refreshment, so we’ve teamed up with our dear friend Rachael Carman to bring you a night to remember!

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Responding Biblically to Guilt and Shame

Guilt is a gift from God and is designed to direct us toward Him. Unfortunately, many Christians do not respond biblically to guilt and end up repeating the same sinful habits over and over. Many times, unresolved guilt snowballs into other sins like worry, anxiety, depression, or sinful anger. In this workshop, you will discover how to respond biblically to guilt and shame and how to disciple your children with the same truths.

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MarriageIRL: How Hard Times Make a Marriage Better

Every marriage has its ups and downs, but is it possible that the down times can produce something wonderful? Andy “Fletch” and Kendra Fletcher have weathered a lot of family storms over the course of their 23 years of marriage, and they’ve watched God do beautiful things through their sorrow. Come be reminded of our merciful God, the author of redemption and restoration.

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Education: Does God Have An Opinion?

Is Education a neutral subject? Does God have a preference for how He wants children to be educated? What does the Bible teach about schooling? Is there one correct path for education? Are public schools a viable option for Christians? These questions and more will be discussed in this engaging presentation.

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Bible Knows Best – Hidden Gems of Astoundingly Good Science and Sound Advice in the Scriptures

David Rives takes attendees on an awe-inspiring journey. Discover nuggets of scientific truth that are easily found when we look closely at the words of Scripture. Did you know that the very origin of time, space, and matter can be found in the very first verse of the Bible? David Rives expertly shows that the Bible is an accurate record of history from beginning to end, and accurate when revealing scientific principles. What is DNA and what does it tell us about a designer God? What do the earth, giant turtles, and a massive pool of water have in common? Who charted the paths of the sea, paths that are still used daily by ships all around the world? Learn of the arctic tern and the tiniest warm-blooded creature on earth: the hummingbird. Employing an easy to use technique, David gives audiences just a hint at the unfathomable grandeur of our Creator’s universe, and His awesome creative power.

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Are You Being Robbed?

Satan comes to steal, kill, and destroy (John 10:10). He is a professional robber. He wants to rob you of your anointing of mothering in the home; he wants to rob your children of God’s truth and their destiny; and he wants to rob you in your marriage. How can you guard against his stealing tactics?

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Raising our Girls to be Ladies

Give your daughters the skills they need to help them be confident, compassionate, motivated and happy. Today, being a true lady is something that is unique, rare and precious. Help them to discover their true self.

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Homeschooling From A Biblical Worldview

Are your children prepared to face the “Real World”? Learn how to equip your children to stand against the flood of secularism that threatens to drown them. What is your worldview? How are you going to transfer it to your children? Will you be more effective than the media and popular culture? Discover how to teach your children to view the core subjects (and all of life) through the lenses of scripture.

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The Power of Affirmation (to Motivate Reluctant Students)

When you are trying to inspire and motivate children, there are two forces that are often exerted: positive and negative reinforcement. In this session, Israel explains the importance of affirmation as a way to inspire and motivate your reluctant child. Drawing from practical and Biblical examples, this session will help you to keep those important relational connections as you are attempting to impart knowledge.

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Romance for the Exhausted

In the flurry of work, homeschooling, church, and extracurricular activities, things like romance and physical affection can sometimes seem like unattainable dreams. Where can you find the energy for romance? How can you revive your marriage and enjoy your relationship more every year? Hal and Melanie Young have been married for 30 years and homeschooling their eight kids for 26 – so they know the struggle is real! (For married or engaged couples, and nursing babies only!)

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Homeschooling From A Biblical Worldview

Are your children prepared to face the “Real World”? Learn how to equip your children to stand against the flood of secularism that threatens to drown them. What is your worldview? How are you going to transfer it to your children? Will you be more effective than the media and popular culture? Discover how to teach your children to view the core subjects (and all of life) through the lenses of scripture.

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