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Plan Your Work, Work Your Plan, Anticipate Resistance

Plan Your Work, Work Your Plan, Anticipate Resistance

By Davis Carman

A man plans his ways, but the Lord determines his steps. –Proverbs 16:9 Do you make homeschool plans? I’m a big planner. My wife shares my affinity for planning. We…

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10 Important Life Skills for High School Students

10 Important Life Skills for High School Students

By Misty Bailey

As homeschool parents, we have the benefit of living life day in and day out with our kids. This gives us an advantage when it comes to teaching many of…

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Choosing the Best Christian Homeschool Curriculum

Choosing the Best Christian Homeschool Curriculum

By Rachael Yunis

Society unconsciously forgets God. But everything—visible and invisible—began in love. Christian homeschool curriculum from Apologia places everything in its proper place so that what begins in love also ends in…

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Creative Homeschool Classroom Ideas for Engaging Learning

Creative Homeschool Classroom Ideas for Engaging Learning

By Alyssa Esposito

Education is an atmosphere, a discipline, a life -Charlotte Mason No matter your educational upbringing, we can all agree that the learning environment makes a huge difference in a student’s…

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Devotional: A Younger Son, an Older Son, and a Father

Devotional: A Younger Son, an Older Son, and a Father

By Davis Carman

The older brother was angry and wouldn’t go in. His father came out and begged him. — Luke 15:28 The Prodigal Son Story You probably are familiar with the parable…

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Easy Homeschool Lunch Ideas for Parents

Easy Homeschool Lunch Ideas for Parents

By Alyssa Esposito

As a homeschool parent, you will enjoy the added benefit of sharing meals gathered around the table throughout the day. This is a beautiful thing, and with a bit of…

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Choosing a Homeschool Curriculum for Your Child

Choosing a Homeschool Curriculum for Your Child

By Misty Bailey

Whether this is their first year homeschooling, or they have a few years under their belt, homeschool parents across the globe can agree on one thing–choosing the right homeschool curriculum…

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Homeschool Castles

Homeschool Castles

By Davis Carman

The village has been around since the 1700s. The thatch roofs look original and really don’t leak. Each “house”—they look more like huts—is placed on a 10-meter by 15-meter lot,…

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Why is it Important to Study History: A Biblical Perspective

Why is it Important to Study History: A Biblical Perspective

By Trisha Vuong

In a world marked by constant change, the importance of studying history holds a profound significance for students seeking wisdom and guidance in their journey of faith. As followers of…

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Making the Choice: When to Start Homeschooling

Making the Choice: When to Start Homeschooling

By Rachael Yunis

Freedom to Live Life as It Was Meant to Be Lived Are you wondering when to start homeschooling?  Homeschooling has been around longer than any other form of education. Before…

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