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You Are Not Alone: 5 Ways to Find Support

Some of us homeschool moms have husbands who are amazingly supportive of our homeschooling journey. And some of us have extended family members or friends who are extremely encouraging. Some of us are even cheered on by our own children who are appreciative of our...

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8 Things Moms Should Know About Their Sons

Contrary to popular opinion in our modern society, boys and girls are wired differently.  God has created men for different purposes than women.  This isn't to say that men are better than women or vice versa.  Just different.  And we would be wise to recognize these...

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Teaching Writing to Older Kids

Writing is one of those subjects that can be difficult to teach in our homeschools. That is especially true if we are encountering resistance from our kids. You can lead a child to a piece of paper, but you can't make him write! As the years go by, our kids who...

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Apprenticeship Program as College Alternative?

Should we all be preparing our homeschooled kids for college?  Or is there a college alternative which would be a better option for some of our teens? College has fast become the normal path for most students after they finish their high school studies. However, now...

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3 Benefits of Dropping the Ball

The other day, I was feeling behind.  I was attempting to prepare my boys' homeschool lessons for the coming week, to unload the dishwasher so that I could empty the sink, and to make several different types of sandwiches for the various members of my family because...

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6 Ways to Teach Public Speaking in Homeschools

Homeschooling almost always creates a better environment for learning than does any other form of education.  The lessons are able to be individualized for our students.  The activities can be tweaked to have better appeal.  And you can't beat those class sizes!...

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4 Tips to Help Your Reluctant Writer

Homeschooling is a wonderful educational model which allows us to meet our kids where they are at, to give them an individualized education, and to make learning more fun. It's a proven model, and the success rates of homeschoolers are high. According to the National...

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