Posts Tagged ‘encouragement’

TAKE TWO – Minnesota Homeschool Mini Conference

TAKE TWO – Minnesota Homeschool Mini Conference Saturday, May 5th, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Cost: FREE Due to the weather that occurred over the MACHE weekend, HEPPNER’S LEGACY will host a FREE Homeschool Mini Conference this Saturday as an opportunity for families who missed us at MACHE to attend workshops, receive counsel, and shop.…

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A Change That Transformed Our Homeschool

Author: Bridget Kessler No matter what abilities our children do or don’t possess, parents stubbornly believe that their children are full of potential. It is that belief, not a degree or particular skill, that makes a great educator. With firm guidance and a “can do” attitude, students thrive. What students need most is someone to…

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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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From One Mom to Another

It was a day I will never forget!  Twenty-seven years ago, we gathered around the little table in our family room — one teenager, two preteens, one primary child, three preschoolers, and me. We tried to act like we knew what we were doing, but we didn’t. We did not know anyone else who had…

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