New to Homeschooling

Honesty in Homeschooling

What is the first word that comes to mind when you hear someone say homeschool? How about the word honesty? It’s probably not the first word that comes to mind, right? Let me tell you how this one little word will make a huge impact in your success as a […]

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10 Reasons to Homeschool

The bus pulled up to the end of the driveway, and my little boy (then six years old) climbed aboard. Turning toward me with a smile and wave, he was off. He seemed happy enough and excited to go to school, so why did I have a sick feeling in […]

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Finding homeschool support

Finding Homeschool Support

“Without counsel, plans fail, but with many advisers they succeed.” Proverbs 15:22 Choosing to homeschool your children is a worthy and important undertaking. It’s exciting to think about custom making an education for your children. Along with your hopeful plans will also come questions, concerns, and at times anxiety. You […]

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Working While Homeschooling

If you’ve been blessed to be able to homeschool your children without having to find additional work for pay, I’m sure you’re thankful, since homeschooling is a lot of work already!  If, however, you find that you need to generate income in addition to homeschooling, know you are not alone.  […]

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classical education

The Sense of Classical Education

The aim of a classical education is to form children into adults who pursue truth, prefer goodness, and proliferate beauty. The art of grammar provides practice in gathering truth naturally through hearing, seeing, touching, tasting, and smelling. The art of dialectic provides practice in wisely analyzing the goodness of the things we see, hear, […]

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