Category: homeschooling

Christmas Economics: How Much Is Too Much?

Holiday Economics: How Much Is Too Much?

Is the holiday season a good time to contemplate the principles of economics? We think so! How will you spend your limited resources to be a good steward before God?

Grateful for homeschooling

Are You Grateful for Homeschooling?

Homeschooling has its challenges, but it is also full of surprising blessings. When you reflect on these years with your kids, what will you really be grateful for?

Are you afraid to teach a language you don't speak?

How to Teach a Language You Don’t Speak

Are you researching foreign language curriculum for your homeschool? Are you afraid you won’t be able to teach your kids a language you don’t speak? Learn some simple tools to encourage yourself and your kids to learn a new language.

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Multi-Level Teaching American History

Are you teaching our American History course with more than one student? Discover some simple ways to enjoy the curriculum and adapt it to meet your family’s needs.

10 Simple Ways to Teach Your Kids Economics

Basic economics is actually pretty easy to understand if you put it in the right perspective. In other words, move it out of the world of abstract concepts and make it concrete.

Classics for Middle School Reading

Classics Every Middle Schooler Should Read

Exposing your middle schoolers to great books can give them a life-long love of great literature. This list of inspiring classics introduces strong characters and timeless stories that kids love.