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HOW TO CREATE THE PERFECT HOMESCHOOL FOR YOUR FAMILY How do you create the perfect homeschool for your family? Before you fill in the boxes
Homeschooling Organization Methods Why do we get discouraged on our homeschool journey?Uncover the reasons why and listen as Jeannie gives practical tips and organizational ideas
HOW TO HAVE THE PERFECT HOMESCHOOL WHILE TEACHING CHILDREN ON DIFFERENT LEVELS ( Download our Teaching Multi-Level Homeschooling MP3 below! ) As an experienced homeschool
Additonal Homeschool Resources & Blogs
Over the last several months, we have been talking about our brand new, totally free Homeschool Financial Counselor. In addition to a free Roadmap to
History is a subject students either love or hate. Long lists of dates, names, and events to memorize are dry and uninspiring. If we approach
As a veteran homeschool mom of 18 years, allow me to warn you about three thieves that prey on home schools. These thieves are notorious
Long gone are the days of being limited to simply deciding which college to attend. Today’s incoming college freshmen have the choice of an on-campus
Many in our communities are learning first hand this year that giving thanks in all things is not always an easy thing to do. Let’s
It’s easy to think that our lives are so wrapped up in homeschooling, parenting, and discipling our own children that we can’t be of much
By: Eric Dalton, Executive Vice President, AOP According to a 2017 report developed by Fetch, a mobile marketing agency, more than 40 percent of
It’s All About Connections Between The Brain and Body Learn how to make a huge difference in the ability to follow directions and concentration. By
Through the years, many parents have asked David and I about family devotions– and even how to approach their own personal devotions. We all know
The transition from homeschool to college can be a daunting one. With the help from our friends at Liberty University, though, we hope to give
From One Mom’s Teen to Another What makes a school day perfect for your teen? Other than world domination, homeschooled teens really don’t want all
Homeschooling parents often find themselves surprised and even scared when facing the increasingly intense middle school years. The subject of math only makes these feelings
Many of us have chosen to homeschool because we believe in basic skills. We know our students need a strong foundation in reading, writing, and
It’s hard to believe we’re halfway through the school year already! Before the holidays are in full swing, December is a great time to refine the strategic plan for your student’s college preparation. Here are some steps to take as you plan ahead for next semester:
Sometimes we lose our way because we take our eyes off why we’re doing what we’re doing as well as how high the stakes and
Erin Chase of $5 Dinners and Freeze Easy joins Leslie Nunnery today as they discuss the importance of family dinners– and how to make them
By now you may be very well acquainted with your student’s degree completion plan (DCP): the list of classes required for his intended major(s). These plans are available on any college’s website or through their admission office. Within it is listed general education courses (100-200 level courses you can CLEP or dual enroll prior to university) and your major-specific courses (300-400 level courses in a specific area of study).
If you’ve started applying for scholarships already, you may have noticed that some scholarship applications are already asking your student to indicate a major of study. But not many sixteen-year-olds have a firm grasp on what they want to do with the rest of their lives! It’s completely normal for your high school student to delay choosing a major as she explores her interests and passions. However, it’s also helpful to have a general direction for her academic path. Choosing a major starts in high school, and narrowing down potential careers is easier than you’d think.
I don’t know about you, but homeschool conventions have been something I look forward to every year since I began homeschooling almost six years ago.
You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might. And these words that
Do you have elementary-aged kids that like to color? My oldest, when in 2nd grade especially liked it and often felt left out when I
We all could use a little refocusing and refreshing these days, and focusing on our core roles of spouse and parent is a great place
Last month we talked about staying in communication with your local college, as well as contacting universities to stay abreast of their transfer policies and admission requirements. This month, we’ll discuss how to choose which colleges to contact, and how to contact them.
By Gale Farrier, South Carolina Home Educators Association Don’t forget our past In the mid 1980‘s home schooling was not a legal option for educating
A lot of people are surprised to learn that Jesus devoted 15 percent of his recorded words to the subject of money, and that the
Many students and teachers are overwhelmed by the seemingly numerous “exceptions” in English. For example, why isn’t there a long A sound in have? Many
The fall term is only a few weeks away, and your junior is already nervous. Between standardized tests, dual credit classes, and his normal homeschool workload, this year is shaping up to be a lot of work! Well, here’s some great news to alleviate those nerves: incorporating study skills into your homeschool routine will help your student not only retain all the information he’s learning, but increase his chances of high test scores and a great GPA. Here are some study skills to start working on this month:
One of the many hats a homeschooling mom wears is one of purifier. We are a God-ordained filter for our children. Bouncing off the tarnish
To build kids’ money-handling habits — better Start Young. Every parent who has passed the toddler-wrangling stage knows that kids learn by watching, and then
The college application essay fills many students an understandable trepidation. So much rides on this one written work! Though essays are optional on standardized tests (largely because colleges have their own admission essays they wish to consider), the college application essay is required. No two essays are the same, however. Each college chooses an essay topic unique to what they seek in their applicant pool.
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