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Round and Round(ing): A Numbers Project

There's nothing like a real-life example to cement some math skills! 
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Learning Without School Books in Peru

They say homeschooling is an adventure. And then there’s homeschooling in Peru with very few books! 
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For Unto Us a Child Is Born

Give yourself grace to scale back to the essentials during some season—like welcoming a new baby to your home! 
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5 More Recipes for Busy Homeschoolers

Tasty, filling recipes that are also easy to make? Yes, please.
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The Year of Letting Go

Homeschooling has allowed me to prepare my children for adventures of their own. 
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Raising Mentally Strong Kids: 13 Things Parents Should Consider

This book shares 13 highlights for parents to keep in mind . . . 
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Teaching Kids to Accept “No”

One of the benefits is that it helps children respect others boundaries and set their own.  
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Thoughts from a Visit to the House of Mourning

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Delegation: A New Approach

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Socializing from a Distance

Here are some social-at-a-distance ideas for your family!
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Maintaining Sanity in a World of Social Distancing

We can get through this together! 
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The Joy of Anticipation

True fulfillment isn’t in acquisition; it’s about the labors of love, the joy of expectation, the hope in anticipation.
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All in the Family: Experiences with Adoption, An Interview with Dr. Steven Hake

“If you sense a call to adopt, pursue it. Don’t be discouraged by the red-tape, the setbacks, and the delays," encourages Dr. Steven Hake, homeschool dad, and Professor of Literature at Patrick Henry College.
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When TV Can Be Good for Your Relationships

Summertime is a great time to try new things to build relationships and make memories.
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Injury Helps Top Track Athlete Learn Compassion, Endurance

This athlete was poised to make her mark as a national contender. Then a severe knee injury took her down another path. 
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Learning the Hard Way, Rose Focht

When I’m tempted to get frustrated with a child for not “getting it” and cooperating right away, I have to remind myself that I have my own ways of doing my own thing.
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Sprinting Through January

Sometimes all you need to jump-start motivation is some pie.   
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A Kids’-Eye View of Christmas

Some days life is a struggle—and then your kids remind you to see the wonder.
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I Don’t Want to be a Clanging Cymbal

Speaking the truth to others takes intentionality, humility, and love. 
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Learning to Dwell in the Place I'm Given

Those small, “insignificant” tasks you do? They’re important! 
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