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Q&A: Homeschooling through High School

Do you have questions about homeschooling through high school? Join Anita Gibson and Carol Becker, HSLDA High School Consultants, as they answer your questions as well as offer encouragement and practical tips for your homeschool journey!
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Optimal Illusions: Sometimes Good Is Good Enough

Don’t let the perfect become the enemy of the good.
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Rewriting (My) Great Expectations

Homeschooling is for them, not us. We don’t aim to shape our children into pre-formed expectations, but to help them become the people they are meant to be.
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Heading into the Home Stretch

We're in the home stretch, getting ever nearer to another year of homeschooling accomplished. Take a moment this week to breathe in that fresh spring air—we're almost there!
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Raising Leaders for a Changing World

Not since the Greatest Generation has a generation come of age with a greater number of problems to solve—and so many opportunities to lead.
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The Old Roots of New Year’s Day

A question about New Year's turned into a homeschool research project to discover the interesting history of the day.
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2020 Gift Guide for the Homeschool Teacher

If you're wondering what to get your homeschool teacher for Christmas, here's a handy guide with 20 gifts for $20 or less!
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My Homeschool Story

Stories build bridges. They illuminate what we have in common. They inspire.
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Beyond Just Survival: Homeschooling after Divorce

Don’t look too far ahead—Take it one day and even one hour at a time.
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A Summer Summary

When everything gets cancelled during the summer, sometimes you just have to laugh about it. That's what this homeschool family did.
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Supporting Your Child During the Quarantine

Is your child feeling unsettled, or even traumatized? Listen in as Candice Dugger describes practical ways you can provide reassurance and healing for your child through safety, structure, and support.
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Siblings Hop Their Way to National Jump-Rope Trophies

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2020 Hindsight: 1 Caterpillar, 4 Kids, Countless Memories

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All in the Family: Experiences with Adoption, An Interview with Joel Grewe

"I think the understating of it was part of its success. It was never a thing that I felt argued to believe, it was just ‘gravity exists, the sky is blue, you’re adopted, and God loves you—and so do we. And He chose you, and so did we.’”
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If God Created the World with a 5-Year-Old

I watched young Ranger at a sand-and-water table and found myself musing about the creation of worlds . . . what would it be like if God had a kid along for the ride?
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As It Turns Out . . .

Throughout the years we forged our own family identity and our own style of learning.
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Scheduling for Success

Scheduling the essentials opens new horizons of freedom and flexibility, and setting your priorities—and sticking with them—can keep you from feeling overwhelmed.
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Our Monkeys Visit the Zoo

Lions, giraffes . . . and a lively toddler!
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6 Ways to Motivate Your Teen

When you're homeschooling, there are several ways you can motivate your teen to get homework done.
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Encouraging Independence and a "We" Team Environment

The last two principles for building a strong relationship with your child.
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