Archive for January 2018

Ways to Teach Reading at an Early Age

The famous writer and politician Richard Steele once stated: “Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.” Reading is essential for functioning in the world around us and is critical for thinking and reasoning skills. Nonetheless, teaching this most basic skills is a daunting and difficult task for many home educators. Teaching…

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Daddy in the Mix: 5 Tips to Solve Math

Written by Anna McFarland.    Albert Einstein said, “It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” When you’re teaching a subject for which your student has a natural proclivity, that sounds doable. But what if you’re talking about teaching math to a right-brained learner? That was me.…

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Single Parent-Homeschool: Can It Work?

I picture her the same way you might: a homeschooling momma driving a 15-passenger van, wearing handmade jean skirts and grinding her own wheat to bake bread. Her husband arrives home from a long day at work and leads the family in Bible reading and prayer time as they finish up a home-cooked meal. Together,…

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