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Thirty years ago when homeschooling first reappeared on the educational radar screen, it was limited primarily to families who appeared to be, shall I say, unusual. One family that achieved national recognition left their suburban lifestyle and moved to a goat farm in upstate New York to ... Read the Article →
“Please let me give flowers to my teacher,” my daughter begged that first year we were introduced to Teacher Appreciation Week. But out in my yard the only blooms visible were rows of wilting daffodils.
“Can it wait a few weeks?” I asked. My daughter cried. Within ... Read the Article →
The promise of a new school year burns bright this time of year. Crisp white paper and sharpened pencils are at the ready, as excited children (and moms) fill clean, new backpacks with supplies. Back-to-school shopping has restocked the closets with shoes that fit, jeans that are ... Read the Article →
The essence of peace. Complete security and comfort. Rest. These are words that describe my memory of lying across my father’s lap as a child, rocking softly in his blue Lazy-Boy recliner while he lightly rubbed my back. That was my cherished spot because in those ... Read the Article →
It’s as easy as A-B-C!
A- Appetites: Lunches and snacks
● If lunches or snacks need to ... Read the Article →
Is your child having trouble in school? Do you suspect your child may have a learning disability? Each year thousands of parents around the country answer, "Yes, what do I do about it?"
According to the National Institute of Health, a learning disability (LD) is a disorder ... Read the Article →
Homeschooling is an education option rapidly gaining in popularity, particularly in the Christian community. The reasons parents chose to homeschool are as varied as the families doing it. Also numerous are the resources available, and the methods one can use to home school. Most any family can ... Read the Article →