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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
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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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
Every day, you give your all to enrich the lives of your children and educate them because that’s your calling. They will always be your
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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
PREPARING OUR CHILDREN FOR LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL — AND WHAT DOES THAT HAVE TO DO WITH CHRISTMAS ANYWAY? Preparation is a huge part of
Maybe the prospect of applying to college riddles you with so much nervousness that it makes your stomach turn. Or you’re just so excited for
It’s midsummer and the season of barbecues, pool days, and sunscreen – the last thing you may want to think about is standardized testing! Though not the most thrilling of subjects, now is the time to consider how your student will begin the intentional preparation that will equip him for the SAT and ACT.
As a busy mom, your time is limited. You’ve become a pro at multitasking, but sometimes there aren’t enough hours in a day. Abeka Academy
Angela Burtis is a wife, mother, grandma, and blogger living in Speculator, New York. She has a burden to see young people grow in their
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
Experience The Bible Like Never Before At Passages Experience the Bible like never before at Passages, a traveling exhibition of the world’s largest private collection
As the holidays approach you and your family are probably taking a few weeks off from school. This is a great way to come into the New Year with fresh perspective and new goals! Rather than add to your to-do list for this busy season, this month’s email will review some of the concepts we’ve shared over the last semester. These will come in handy as you plan for the second half of your student’s freshman year.
Ready or not, the time for starting up the regular routine of homeschooling is upon us (unless you are one of the many who homeschool
About 80 percent of homeschool parents don’t know a common way kids hide what they do in Internet browsers like Chrome and Internet Explorer.
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
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
Start Young Accounts encourage responsible saving and spending—all at a pace parents set. These digital accounts give kids of all ages the hands-on features of adult banking, but with
We’re so glad you asked! Teach Them Diligently Convention is designed with entire family units in mind! It is our family’s desire that your family
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!
Ah, April! The month of spring fever and squarely facing the fact that transitions are coming. Next month, we’ll talk about ways to capitalize on the changing weather and longer days as well as chatting with my 2 boys about big homeschool transitions from a student’s perspective. I hope you won’t miss a week!
My husband is into archery. He has researched various bows and different kinds of arrows, and he is using vocabulary that is completely foreign to
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