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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
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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
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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
Dr. Jacobson from Christian Healthcare Ministries joins David to talk about the incredible impact that gratitude has on your health and your life in general.
Tentmaking is a missions strategy practiced by the Apostle Paul himself in the first century (see Acts 18.) By using the skill of tentmaking which
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
The initiative of an 8-year-old in Tennessee increases her family’s Operation Christmas Child goal tenfold. The Hughes family used to pack three shoeboxes a year,
Encouragement and insight about starting your day off on the right foot through God’s Word, plus a free printable to get you started.
Today, Leslie is joined by Hannah Bolvi of Operation Christmas Child to discuss the many discipleship resources available for your family as well as are
As the weather gets colder and holiday preparations begin, schoolwork takes a backseat. Whether you break completely for the holidays or do light work all year round, I’m about to add one little thing to your to-do list: arranging your first college visits!
Don’t worry: you don’t need to visit colleges in December. Since most of the students and professors will be home for Christmas break, there wouldn’t be much to see anyway! This is the month to begin planning for next year’s visits, whether in spring or fall. How do you set up a campus visit, and what should you do once you’re there? Here are some tips:
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.
Teach Them Diligently has added the Curriculum Center to the typical 10′ x10′ booths in our exhibit hall. This is just another way that Teach
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Drama group, swimming, gymnastics, debate: how do these activities contribute to a student’s academic transcript? More than you think! While colleges will first take into account a student’s tests scores and grades, extracurricular activities provide a complete picture of who the student is and where he’s headed academically.
It is likely that every single day your children are exposed to media through the internet—playing games, researching for a paper or project, watching
My homeschool doesn’t even have to look like my last year’s homeschool! We have now been homeschooling for 5 years, and I don’t believe our
We all know that homeschool families tend to love field trips and learning together. Why not continue this while traveling to or from one of
*This page may contain affiliate links. For more information please see our disclosure page/privacy statement for more information. Homeschooling comes with some challenges in the
This winter was a little bit of a let down for most of the country for a pretty simple reason: it’s been unseasonably warm! However, just
As a health cost sharing ministry, CHM isn’t insurance. Here are five unique attributes that enrich your experience as a CHM member. 1. CHM members
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.
With so much entertainment and digital content flowing to cell phones, tablets and computers — and with the themes and subject matter becoming increasingly inappropriate
Craving Control “Take your hands off the wheel; let God have control.” Christians mean by this: give it all to God; give Him dominion. Mankind’s
Next week, we will celebrate the 241st birthday of America’s adoption of the Declaration of Independence. For many of our families, that means extra family
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).
When I was being homeschooled the first month of the fall semester was my favorite time of the year. My books were new, the leaves were changing, and I couldn’t wait to tackle the list of books assigned for that semester! It might not feel like fall quite yet, but chances are your family is back to school after your summer break – ready to tackle another year of learning!
When it comes time to evaluate the past school year and decide what you will do for the next one, what do you do? Pray
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!
Since we began homeschooling nine years ago, our family has moved into a new home six times. Families likely exist who have moved more often
Every year, people in the U.S. pack shoeboxes for needy children overseas. Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes are packed with toys, school supplies, hygiene items, and
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