When it comes to the education of our children, by what standards will we choose to live? 1 John 2:15-17 reads “Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him. For all that is in the
Homeschoolers don’t like books, homeschoolers love books! Our book collection grows every year and nearly every room in our house has a pile of books. Organization may seem like a daunting task, but being able to find the precise book you are looking for is a time-saver. With that in mind, here are some
February is Dental Health Month! Use this opportunity to instruct and encourage your homeschool students on the importance of taking care of their teeth. Here are a few suggested dental health activities to promote teeth for keeps. Types of Teeth There are four different types of teeth that help perform different jobs. They
How do people invest 14 years of their lives to homeschool their children? Ask any Christian homeschool parent and they’ll tell you – faithfulness. Faithfulness can be described as being strict or thorough in the performance of duty. Faithfulness, then, applied to homeschooling is persevering in teaching your children even when you are criticized
Many would agree, and say, that they believe fitness is good for their health and well-being; but only about half of us exercise three or more days a week. Fitness increases lung capacity, muscle tone, and blood flow. It stimulates your brain, sharpens listening skills, and improves problem-solving skills. Fitness delays age-associated memory loss.
There is no greater place of ministry, position, or power than that of being a parent. Using biblical principles, we will see that we are on an assignment from God to be parenting with purpose. #1 Purpose to Teach God’s Word Deuteronomy 6:5-9 reads: “And thou shalt love the LORD thy God with all
Many who know me, know I am a planner. So, it is very easy for me to plan our homeschool days. But many have asked how I plan and initiate our homeschool schedule. Allow me to share three tips that have worked for our family. 1. SCHEDULE YOUR SCHOOL TIME I write everything down
How do you teach a child to be accountable for their own actions and embrace personal responsibility? Starting young is ideal, but even teens who have been coddled for far too long can learn to be held accountable. 1. Lead by example. It has been said that, when it comes to children, “Much more