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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.

Outside the Box Solution Nets Homeschooler a Shot at College Lacrosse

This family overcame many obstacles by employing perseverance, faith, and a great deal of team effort.

Slowly Letting Go

“There are two gifts we should give our children; one is roots and the other is wings.” 

Bravery and Failure: Teaching Our Kids Resilience

What is more important for our kids? Performing well or being resilient in the face of challenges? 

Recipe for Success: My reflections on the book that every student should read

A book review of 5 Principles for a Successful Life by Newt Gingrich and Jackie Gingrich Cushman.

T.H.I.N.K. Before You Speak

This acronym can be a helpful teaching tool. 

Talent, IQ, or Grit?

Parents, we can teach our children that it’s not the failure itself that leaves the greatest impact, but it’s how we react or respond to that failure that matters most.

Merry Christmas: Homeschoolers Welcomed into JROTC

A bipartisan effort in Congress ensures that JROTC high school programs will not turn away any homeschool students.

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.

12 Ways to Create Community and Love Our Neighbors

From picking up groceries for a neighbor to writing an encouraging card, here are some ideas for cultivating community. 

Seven Rungs on the Ladder to Independence

They grow up so fast! Here are ways to process how to guide and cultivate growing independence.