Encouragement for all stages of family life
Like the socialization question, some doubts about homeschooling continue in spite of the evidence that they are false fears. One such doubt is high school at home. Four decades of homeschooled students graduating from high school and succeeding in college, business, and other areas has not changed the view. To help parents overcome doubts, 7
For homeschoolers, a more exciting sign of spring than blooming flowers, warmer sunshine, and the arrival of daylight saving time is graduation planning. Our minds fill with so many thoughts from the practical logistics of the day to the whispers that you might be “less than” and have passed that failure on to your graduate.
When you think of journalism, you probably have some set ideas of what it is and why you can’t teach it as a homeschool class. Perhaps you think journalists must write for a student newspaper in junior high or high school. You know there must be follow up through a college major in journalism or
Three-year-old Rosie brought a handful of rocks from the driveway in the house. She carefully placed these ordinary pieces of gravel on the bookshelf. This was the beginning of her rock collection. At three years old, there was little pattern or reason to her collection or how she displayed it. She just started collecting rocks.
What better time to teach about the election process than during an election year? Now is the time to gather resources for teaching about elections! There is more to elections in the United States than simply showing up and casting a ballot. Our Constitution and its amendments set specific guidelines for national elections. Each state
The ants are not a strong people, Yet they prepare their food in the summer (Pro 30:25 AMP). Did the “storm of the century” hit your town? Were you stuck at home? Or, did you attempt to make it out for an errand that was a “must-do”? Did you have everything you needed? I’ve lived in snow
Four years ago I began teaching “Introduction to e-Publishing” and “Creating and Formatting e-Books” through the Christian Proofreaders and Editors Network. The next year I taught them at online conferences and later in-person conferences. This year, in addition to the classes, I will be offering a book based on the class: Practical Guide: Formatting e-Books
It’s December 25. Traditionally the day we celebrate the birth of Jesus, our Savior. Yet here I am at my desk conducting business as usual. It’s not really a bah, humbug attitude. It’s not that I don’t want to celebrate. Or can’t let go of work long enough to celebrate. We aren’t a family that
Advent: “the arrival of a notable person, thing, or event.” The Advent Season is preparing for an event, Christmas Day, and the celebration of the coming of a notable person. Preparation is often in the terms of baking cookies, buying gifts, decorating, and special gatherings. As much as I enjoy the special food and spending
This post contains affiliate links. Where there is no guidance the people fall, But in abundance of counselors there is victory. Proverbs 11:14 – NASB I’m going to take a little liberty with this verse, which is usually is used to refer to a country, another form of government, or even