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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
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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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!
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.
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
Homeschooling grants students an incredible opportunity to impact their community. The freedom of a homeschooling schedule allows homeschoolers to do much more with their time than the standard student. Because of this, many homeschoolers graduate high school with both a diploma and an extensive resume.
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
We were about to finish our first homeschool year. So, when a friend of mine told me about a homeschool convention that was being offered in our town that next week, I really wondered why I should care.
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.
In today’s episode, Leslie talks to Linda about grading and how the better you understand your child, the more insight you’ll have on how to
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
More and more families are starting to homeschool, but we are seeing an increase in the number of homeschool families who feel trapped. Home education is a GREAT tool for us as families to give our children an excellent education and to afford us countless opportunities for discipleship. This month, we’re going to look at some foundational elements of homeschooling that can keep us moving forward with this great call of God on our lives.
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
There is a special time in a child’s life when they see everything around them as new and magical. Every day things like dandelions and
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
Daniel Schwabauer, award-winning novelist, and creator of The One Year Adventure Novel and Cover Story Writing, is passionate about teaching young writers how Story works.
‘Tis the season to head into homeschool or back to homeschool, and there are some pretty easy ways to make sure that you have the
Absalom is well-known as the rebellious son of King David. His mother was Maacah who was the daughter of Talmai, the king of Geshur. Geshur
Kristen is the founder of Protect Young Minds Org and the author of Good Pictures Bad Pictures and Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr. Today, we’re
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
Standardized testing: It’s every homeschool parent’s favorite topic… or not! Your ninth grader may not have the ACT or SAT on her radar right now, but that is precisely why this is the best time to prepare. Students who know what to expect on standardized tests are far less likely to be intimidated by them – and far more likely to achieve high scores.
It’s no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on education, and the impact continues to play out. Here is a summary of some recent data on recent public school enrollment trends from Burbio, a data service company that aggregates information on a variety of different industries and organizations.
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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