Archive for December, 2016

Homeschool and Marriage - Christmas Edition!
It is always important to focus on your marriage, but in the busy Christmas season, it is especially easy to lose that focus as you are busily serving others. This week, we will talk about that and share some easy, economical, and fun gift ideas to show your spouse that they you still think they are the bees knees.
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When To Take A Homeschool Break
Planning out the semester and year ahead allows you to look forward to those times of break with confidence that you are doing everything you need to do to succeed in your homeschool. This week, we will take a look at different ways to approach planning your homeschool year, when it’s time to take a break, and then look very practically at how those things look in our family.
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This month, we will take a look at knowing when to give it a break for a while—for all members of your family can use that time of rest! We’ll also spend a week looking at end of semester evaluations and how to organize and keep records for first semester. Along the way, we’ll discuss nurturing our marriages and the discipleship opportunities surrounding the Christmas season. Make sure you check back each week for new content!
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12th Grade

With the holidays approaching and Christmas break around the corner, this email may seem like just another addition to your to-do list! But if you have a few minutes this month, December is a great time to sit with your senior to finalize your college and career plans.

No plan needs to be written in stone, especially in the ever-changing climate of the teen years. Even so, tangible goals for this final semester of your student’s high school career are incredibly helpful as you decide what’s next.