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The year has brought about changes in our family’s homeschool. I let go of many of my pre-conceived notions about home education. The difference has been great. We still don’t live in a “Pinterest-perfect” house or run our school in a picture-perfect way, but we are all growing and changing and becoming more like the individuals God created us to be. For that, I am thankful!
Leslie is joined by Darren Jones of HSLDA to discuss many ways for dad to be involved in the homeschooling efforts of your family. Whether
By Courtney Sanford, Classical Conversations Part of the challenge of Christian homeschooling is to avoid recreating for our children in our homes the same education
In June 2009 my wife, Staci, and I found ourselves in an orphanage in Guatemala. We were both teachers at the time and wanted to
Do you currently homeschool a preschooler and are at loss for what sites are truly educational and effective? You have probably exhausted as many preschool
The decision to homeschool your children is not a decision that is made lightly, and after the initial excitement, panic can set in quickly! Some
Featuring answers to questions received by homeschool dads at Teach Them Diligently events, let’s look at helping the homeschool wife.
If your student is college bound, “FAFSA” will soon become part of your vocabulary. FAFSA is an acronym for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid: a form filled out by families of college-bound students. This form helps the federal government estimate ho w much financial aid your student is eligible to receive. Eligibility for the Pell Grant and Stafford loans is determined by filing the FAFSA. Some colleges require the FAFSA before students qualify for any scholarships from their institution.
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Homeschooling comes in many shapes and sizes to fit all the different types of families who homeschool. For busy families with fast-paced lives, online curriculum
By: Herbie Newell, Executive Director, Lifeline Children’s Services In 2008, on a trip to Zaporizhia, Ukraine, the Lord awoke my heart to the fact that adoption
*This page may contain affiliate links. For more information please see our disclosure page/privacy statement for more information. One thing that binds every homeschooling subject
Homeschooling is like a juggling act-Math, Reading, laundry, lunch, baby, projects, etc. So often when we drop a task, we feel like a failure. I
A few weeks ago we had a Facebook party to launch the 2020 Teach Them Diligently season. During that party, we asked those of you
I have seen it many times! An aspiring artist, with a promising future, fails to produce what they are capable of. Why does this happen?
This week as we take our “Monday Morning Minute” together, we are focusing our hearts on Prayer and formulating a strategy for it. In this
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.
Depending on who you ask or reference…approximately 60% to 80% of young people from Christian families are leaving the church once they graduate high school.
Raise your hand if every day is homeschooling utopia with your family. No? No hands raised? None here either! One of my most favorite things
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.
Homeschoolers teach their children themselves for a wide variety of reasons: academic, religious, social, etc. But one thing we all have in common is the
By: Linda Carlson with Evangelical Christian Credit Union One sure way to strengthen your child’s money skills Every parent who has passed the toddler-wrangling stage
By: Eric Dalton, Executive Vice President, AOP According to a 2017 report developed by Fetch, a mobile marketing agency, more than 40 percent of
Obedience is something we teach our children. We begin with God’s word, the Ten Commandments and the various scripture he has given us to guide
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