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  • 3 Family Activities for Easter

    Carl Van Stryland

    Posted on Thursday, Apr 3rd

    When it comes to the Easter holiday, the death and resurrection of Jesus is the very reason for the season, but how do you teach the story and concept to a child? Get ready for April 20 with these three family activities that teach children about the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.Read More Read More...


  • Homeschool Convention Tips

    Megan Wendt

    Posted on Thursday, Apr 3rd

    From what to carry to what to wear, browse your guide to getting the most out of homeschool conventions.Read More Read More...


  • Bringing up Ben: Homeschooling a Child with Autism

    Posted on Thursday, Apr 3rd

    In honor of National Autism Awareness Month in April, we bring you the story of an autistic child and his family, who were called to homeschool under unique circumstances.Read More Read More...


  • Tax Breaks for Homeschoolers

    Megan Wendt

    Posted on Thursday, Apr 3rd

    Homeschooling is rewarding in a lot of ways, but the cha-ching of recouping educational expenses during tax season isn’t one of the rewards. The situation is a Catch-22 for homeschoolers. The federal government won’t reimburse parents for contributing to their children’s education, yet homeschool parents have no choice but to purchase the curriculum, books, microscopes, art supplies, and other equipment their children need. However, homeschool families in certain states, as well as families who have children with special needs, can qualify for educational tax breaks.Read More Read More...


  • The Homeschool Convention

    Megan Wendt

    Posted on Thursday, Mar 6th

    Take a light-hearted look at homeschool conventions in this illustration created by Alpha Omega Publications.Read More Read More...


  • In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb

    Megan Wendt

    Posted on Thursday, Mar 6th

    March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb, as the old saying goes. As you homeschool through spring, download and print these free activity worksheets from AOP for your learner to complete.Read More Read More...


  • Hollywood Set to Explore Topics of Noah and Heaven

    Megan Wendt

    Posted on Thursday, Mar 6th

    Russell Crowe plays Noah and a child visits heaven during a near-death experience in two faith-based films opening this spring.Read More Read More...


  • Classic Snack Doubles as Handy Household Tool

    Megan Wendt

    Posted on Thursday, Mar 6th

    Snack time isn’t the only time peanut products comes in handy. Celebrate Peanut Month by making your own peanut butter and trying some of these unusual uses for the classic sandwich spread.Read More Read More...


  • Anatomy of a Homeschool Mom

    Megan Wendt

    Posted on Thursday, Feb 6th

    Homeschool moms bear and wear the marks of both parent and teacher, from the obligatory red pen to a pocketful of crackers and bobby pins. Maybe she’s not ready for a Parisian runway, but we love how she would rather be chalking the sidewalk with her kids anyway.Read More Read More...


  • Hold Your Own Family Olympics

    Megan Wendt

    Posted on Thursday, Feb 6th

    Why just watch the winter Olympics when you can hold your own silly Family Olympics in the back yard? Recruit several of your friends and their families to get into the spirit. First, have each family pick a team name, color, and flag to add a touch of humor to your opening and closing ceremonies. Plan for five to eight outdoor challenges, but make it flexible in case little ones tucker out. Keep the playing field even by gathering children who are close in age and using props that are already on hand. Snap team photos, and let the games begin! These ten Family Olympics events are outdoor challenges that work best in snow.Read More Read More...


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