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Up the Ladder of Independence

Every child climbs to adulthood at a different pace—the trick of parenting is to know when to caution and when to nudge.
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Being Intentional with Time and Words

Homeschooling builds upon a strong relationship with our kids. Here are some ideas for cultivating that relationship.
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Earnest Listening & Allowing Risk

Homeschooling is built upon a strong relationship with our kids. Here are ideas for cultivating that relationship.
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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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You Have What It Takes to Homeschool

It comes with being a parent! 
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Something is Better than Nothing: Adding Bible Study to Your School Day

If you’re just starting out, struggling with a routine, or falling off the wagon, I hope these thoughts are encouraging.
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Lights . . . Camera . . . School!

There’s more than one way to beat the winter blues! 
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5 Winter Slog Strategies

You can make it through the winter blues!
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“Alright, That’s It! The House Is a Mess!” | Helping Kids Accept Consequences

Tired of a messy house? It doesn’t have to stay that way! Here’s this mom’s strategy.
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The Midweek Sabbath (A Dialogue)

Do you feel like your calendar controls you? Here’s how to push back!
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Kids in the Kitchen: Teaching our Children to Cook

Allowing our kids in the kitchen can allow for important learning opportunities.  
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Teaching Our Children About Tragedy

It’s not easy, but don’t be afraid to give them space to grieve. 
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Cultivating Motivation

It varies from child to child, but here are some ideas. 
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It’s All (Phonics) Fun and (Grammar) Games

Here are some fun ways to sneak extra lessons in! 
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Four Habits from My Homeschooling

The schedule we keep and the habits we maintain dictate how we spend our lives.
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Quiz: What's Your Homeschooling Philosophy

Is your education philosophy Montessorian? Jeffersonian? Classical? Not sure? Take this quiz to find out!
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A Letter to My First Graduate

Dear Bookgirl . . . Love, Mom. 
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Our Children’s Greatest Need

It can be helpful to remember why we should desire to add regular teaching form the Bible to our children’s lives. 
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Helping Kids Find Vision and Set Goals

Homeschooling offers kids the time to better explore their interests. 
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10 Reasons Why You Can Say Yes to Taking a Break

Rest isn’t just a luxury–it’s a necessity! Here’s why.
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