Home education is as much about the heart as it is the mind. This is a great time to purposely present your children with service opportunities to help them to start thinking outside of themselves, and we will discuss some different ideas to get your creative juices flowing!
This time of year lends itself in big ways to engaging others in your homeschool. Whether these individuals have been very supportive, lukewarm, or downright hostile to the path God has called you to walk, finding meaningful and creative ways to engage them in what you are doing is a great way to make them more excited about your homeschool efforts.
In this video, we will take a look at those mid-semester blues that tends to strike us all and discuss 5 strategies for breaking through them.
In November, many of us suffer from what we refer to as “Mid-semester blues.” We’re going to talk about that – as well as some creative ways to approach the holidays in your homeschool, engage others in your homeschool, and encourage your children to begin to cultivate a heart of service. Make sure you check back each week, so you don’t miss a single conversation!
You and your student might not be anywhere close to deciding on a college yet. Perhaps you haven’t decided if he wants to go to college at all! That’s perfectly fine; junior year is a time of preparation more than it is a season of decision. Since you’re in the preparation process, here are some things to know about college applications.
Drama group, swimming, gymnastics, debate: how do these activities contribute to a student’s academic transcript? More than you think! While colleges will first take into account a student’s tests scores and grades, extracurricular activities provide a complete picture of who the student is and where he’s headed academically.