Homeschool View - September 2008

  • A Bad Apple

    Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, Sep 4th

    "Be not deceived: evil communications corrupt good manners" (1 Corinthians 15:33).Gardening played a large part in our homeschool curriculum because so many spiritual and scientific lessons could be taught. Today was another exa... Read More...


  • The Homeschool Vote

    Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, Sep 4th

    Who the U.S. chooses in the 2008 election for our next President might well set the future course for homeschooling in America. As families who cherish the freedom and right to teach our children with Bible-based homeschool curriculum, we need to be ... Read More...


  • Teacher Appreciation

    Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, Sep 4th

    Ever wonder how the tradition of giving a shiny, red apple to the teacher on the first day of school was started? Some people think the practice began during the 19th century when poor farming families paid teachers with food, such as potatoes and ap... Read More...


  • Eat Apples and Live Healthier

    Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, Sep 4th

    You've heard the old proverb, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away," but do you really know the truth of this statement? As you study the complexities of how nutrition affects the human body with Read More...