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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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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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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.
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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 to Dwell in the Place I'm Given

Those small, “insignificant” tasks you do? They’re important! 
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5 Conversations to Consider Having with Your Child

These insightful topics can jumpstart deeper discussions.
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Bounty and Ballast

What might be a comfort to us could be a necessity to someone else, and I don’t want to get bogged down with ballast which could prove a blessing to another. May we always remember to give freely as we have received.
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Personality Types and Learning from Each Other

If one of your children learns differently from you or their siblings, see it as an opportunity!
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Love in the Time of Quarantine

I believe that love is the greatest antidote to grief that we can offer. We have always striven to emphasize the importance of helping others, but this crisis has brought out the urgency of the situation like nothing else has.
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