The end of the academic school year comes with mixed emotions: relief, elation, excitement, bittersweetness, or perhaps a twinge of sadness if it’s the year my last child graduates. I label it “good” if my children make reasonable or exceptional academic progress. Perhaps one child overcame that math hang-up. I finished all but one
When considering engineering products for kids we first need to take a step back into history. From Archimedes to Thomas Edison, few names are as prominent in our history as inventors. An incredible engineer of his time, Archimedes invented the pulley, the catapult, and the cog. We also will never forget his infamous “Eureka”
Today began as every other day. I brewed a cup of coffee, refilled my water bottle, and headed into the den for a quiet time with the Lord. A time of meditation on God’s Word, prayers of praise and supplication, accompanied by morning joe. I sipped the warm elixir from a delicate, magnolia-decorated mug.
Spring is in the air, a perfect time to encourage your kids to get outside and explore. When you have been cooped up indoors for months it can be trying on your nerves. God has created sunshine to have so many benefits including providing us with our Vitamin D. As homeschooling parents, it is
A teachable heart enables a Christian to respond to God’s authority with a big “Yes!” while a stubborn heart rejects his Word and does things their own way. As homeschooling parents, we can raise children with teachable hearts who follow after God and His ways. “Above all else guard your heart, for it is
Product reviews, YouTube videos, forums, and Facebook groups are filled with advice, suggestions, and ideas so is a homeschool convention even necessary? Absolutely! Attending a homeschool convention has more benefits than simply finding new curriculum—although that certainly is an added bonus. Here are the top five reasons you should attend a homeschool convention this
My high school class is having a reunion next year. As we’ve been making plans, I’m sure I’m not the only one who has referred to my yearbook to put names and faces together. As I scan through the pages, I recall fond, and some not-so-fond, memories. That’s why most of us not only
Take a step back in time as we explore women’s history resources for homeschoolers. Dating as far back as the 1700s to just as recently as 1999, we will dive into the history of women who made a difference across several continents—all with one purpose in common, the furtherance of the kingdom of God.