Understand and Engage Your Son’s Heart and Mind

Fun Summer Craft Idea – Experimenting with a 3D Pen!

Summer is such a fun time to try new things.  The long days with less to do, lend themselves perfectly to experimenting with stuff that we often don’t have time for during the regular school year.  This summer, one of my sons has been trying his hand at several...

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Where is our Focus?

Last night I was sitting at the picnic table in our backyard, waiting for our dog to do his business. It had been a long day and I was very tired. As I sat there, I felt my shoulders sagging and my head drooping down. After sitting that way for several minutes, a bird...

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Stealth Summer Learning

If you’d like to give your kids some fun learning opportunities this summer, it is indeed possible.  You don’t have to completely give up your relaxing summer in order to do it, either.  There are many stealth summer learning opportunities that you can put...

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I Will ALWAYS Homeschool With a Christian Perspective

Homeschooling is extremely flexible.  There are many ways to teach our children, which is wonderful!  I love that some of us are classical educators, some are unschoolers, some purchase big box curriculum, and some are more ecclectic.  And I don’t think that...

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Our 10 Favorite Games for Family Night

Our family enjoys spending time together.  We love everything from watching movies, to reading books aloud, to listening to audio dramas, to having campfires in the backyard, to going on hikes in the woods, to exercising together.  We basically just enjoy being with...

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4 Lessons Learned from Letting Your Kids Fly

My 15-year-old son is leaving on a mission’s trip to Brazil in less than 2 weeks.  He’s going with a group of teens and adults from our church and he will be gone for almost 2 1/2 weeks.  They will be staying at a Christian Camp while they are there and...

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Looking Back 14 Years – My Biggest Homeschool Regret

We’ve been a homeschooling family for a long time.  Before my oldest son turned 2 years old, my husband and I both felt called to check out this homeschooling lifestyle and see if there was any way we could make it work for our family.  I have to say that...

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My BEST Advice for Brand New Homeschoolers

It’s a jungle out there!  It seems like every time we turn on the radio or look at the news, there’s a story about another school shooting, or a crazy bathroom law that was passed, or they come up with some sort of goofy new common core way for kids to...

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