Due to COVID-19, thousands of parents now find themselves to be homeschooling parents with almost no notice. From a veteran homeschooler, here are 9 tips to make this transition as smooth as possible and to come out stronger as a family than ever.
What is higher education? Why do you need it? What do the statistics show? How should you, as a homeschooler, begin approaching higher education? And, most importantly, what is God's plan for your life?
As your student-child enters the high school years, many homeschool parents are faced with a difficult choice—do we continue on the homeschool path or send our child to a more traditional school environment?
As we approach educating our children, perhaps the very first stop is a lesson—for all of us parents—on reliance. Where do we put our trust this fall and how do we do our best for the children that God has entrusted to us?
Even though homeschooling takes effort and commitment, there are some amazing real benefits to making it a part of your family's lifestyle that you probably already have gotten a taste of over these past months of having your kids learning-at-home. Here are 5 signs that homeschooling will be a good fit for your family.
The start of the 2020 school year will look different no matter who you are. Whether your student is starting preschool or high school, you may be considering alternatives to public schooling. So whether you have been homeschooling for years and want a change, or if you are just investigating the possibility of home education, take a look at our list of some of the best online programs.
Would your child describe you as a 'Drama Mama'? Drama happens when unexpected circumstances hit and we are unprepared to handle them. You and I can learn how to maturely respond – rather than emotionally react – to what life brings so that we can dial down the drama, diffuse it, or eliminate it altogether.