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Many homeschool students are interested in learning more about art but don’t know where to start when it comes to finding the right teacher. You
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
Homeschooling is an amazing way to educate and disciple our children. It becomes a way of living that blesses our families from sun up to
Love. It’s a very popular subject any time of year. If you stopped people on the street and asked them, “What is love?”, you are
There is something about the middle of the school year that makes us all take a step back and assess what we are doing. Are
Not every student wants to go to college right out of high school. Some aren’t sure they want to attend college at all – looking instead at alternative options. Though the atmosphere of education encourages immediate entry into college post-high school, this isn’t every student’s story. Some students choose to take a gap year.
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
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).
Yesterday was a bad day for me. I was stressed. I was irritable. I felt like Chicken Little shouting “the sky is falling!” everywhere I
Thanksgiving writing prompts for middle school students offer a variety of ways to sneak a little bit of school into your hectic holiday-schooling days. Use the holiday excitement building in your home to make writing assignments more exciting as well.
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
Here are eight fantastic ways to promote pre-reading skills (without mess or fuss!) using alphabet refrigerator magnets. The letter sets with uppercase and lowercase for the activities below
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
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.
There are five mistakes aspiring artists often make that can derail their success. Learn how to avoid them.
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
Before we dive into the approaches to Christian homeschooling, let’s take a step back and talk about what goals you have for your homeschool. First,
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
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
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
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
Help! My preteen thinks history is boring. I need help finding a homeschool history curriculum my middle schooler will enjoy and engage. The families of
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As you start to mull over which classes to take next semester, you may be hoping to get ahead in the college admissions race. So
With the homeschool convention season right around the corner, you might be wondering what to expect. In my experience, homeschool moms go to conferences and
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