The PEARL: Part 1 – Pray

how homeschoolers can evangelize
  “The kingdom of heaven is like a merchant looking for fine pearls. When he found one of great value, he went away and sold everything he had and bought it.” – Matthew 13:45-46 Six weeks ago, I found myself sitting in church feverishly taking notes as my pastor, Jeff Griffin, began preaching the first
use a globe
  Do you have a globe for your homeschool? My kids love the one we have! They think it’s so much fun to play with. But, a globe isn’t just for fun. It’s also a great tool to inspire learning for kids of different ages. Here are six ideas for integrating the globe into your

The Importance of Sleep, Part 1

  Ever since becoming a mom, my constant mood is some form of tired. Drained, spent, exhausted; these are just some of the words I use when asked, “How are you?” Then when we decided to homeschool five years ago, my energy levels seemed to plummet even further. I simply assumed it was a product
unlock math
   UnLock Math was founded by Matthew & Alesia Blackwood. Both homeschooled themselves, they are now homeschooling their own 4 children in rural Ontario. Alesia went on to become an accomplished high school math teacher. She now brings her passion for math and her gift for teaching it in a way that students find

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