Homeschooling Blog

Homeschool Heroes: Meet Worship Leader Seth Condrey

If you would’ve asked Seth Condrey as a teenager if he was going to grow up to be a worship leader, the answer would’ve been a resounding no. For Seth, his journey to the cross and to being a worship leader was not an easy one.

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Say This, Not That: Avoiding Destructive Parenting Habits

As parents, we possess great power in what we say to our children and how we say it. With power though, comes great responsibility. Tim Elmore, an author, expert, and founder of Growing Leaders, recently offered these 5 practical tips for replacing destructive parenting habits.

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History Lesson Escape Room

Engage your children with a hands-on history lesson hidden in the story of a homemade escape room. Follow these steps to bring history to life!

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This One Thing Needs to Be a Priority in Your Home

As a homeschooler, you’re well aware that educating your child is a noble yet difficult task. Thankfully, one of the biggest challenges of teaching the next generation can be conquered simply be limiting your child’s screen time outside the classroom.

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6 Historical Anniversaries to Study in 2019

Mark these historical anniversaries on your calendar to incorporate into your history lessons this year! What other historical anniversaries can you find for 2019?

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Goal Sheet for Resolutions You’ll Keep

How often do you set goals and not follow through? Use this resolution goal sheet to set clear, measurable goals for 2019.

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Printable 2019 Homeschool Calendar

Where you set your sight is where you will go. Take some time to set your sights on something positive for this new year. Pick a goal or a focus for 2019. Then, use this free printable homeschool calendar to keep track of your goals from month to month.

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Top Blog Posts of 2018

We know your life as a homeschooler is busy, so we thought we’d catch you up on the top blog posts you may have missed in 2018. Which was your favorite?

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Your Favorite Christmas Treats

At Christmas, we put aside our differences and come together under things that we can all agree on: our Savior’s birth is worth celebrating, kindness matters, and apparently, that hot cocoa is the best Christmas treat ever!

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The Most Popular Christmas Movie in Your State

Thanks to a survey conducted by CableTV.com, which chose its list of movies to vote on based on viewer ratings at American Movie Classics, check out the most popular Christmas movie in your state.

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AOP Christmas Gram Giveaway

Tis the season for love, joy, giving, and taking ENDLESS PHOTOS OF YOUR CHILDREN. (We know how it goes.) This Christmas, share those adorable photos with us for a chance to win $250 in AOP curriculum. Check out how you can participate.

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International Christmas Traditions

Expand your child’s world by learning about Christmas traditions in different cultures. Check out this list of a few of our favorite international traditions you can try with your family this Christmas season.

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New App Seeks to Support Parents

According to a recent survey conducted by ZERO TO THREE of 1,000 parents, 49% of parents are using mobile parenting apps today, while 60% of respondents use science-based parenting websites. Hoping to appeal to those users is a new app titled Enjo.

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Letter Board Inspiration

If you’ve jumped in on the letter board trend and bought one for your home, you’ll know two things. 1. They can be hilarious and 2. It takes a lot of time to change the saying, let along thinking of a new saying to use. We thought we’d help you out by giving you a list of ideas for sayings you can use for Christmas and beyond!

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Make Reading on Screens Easier

Reading on a computer screen can be very difficult especially for kids who struggle with focusing or reading in general. Check out these tips and tools that can help make reading on screens much easier.

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Can the Dead Sea Be Revived?

The Dead Sea, a major body of water from the Bible, is experiencing a rapid death, and some experts believe it could be completely dry by 2050. A $1.5 billion project has been proposed, but will it be enough to revive the Dead Sea?

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Printable Study Guide Checklist for LIFEPAC

Because LIFEPACs are uniquely designed to be student-paced and effortlessly portable, they function differently than your classic textbook-workbook set up. To help LIFEPAC users be as successful as possible, we’ve put together this free printable study guide checklist.

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Raising Courageous Kids to Confront a Sexualized Culture

If you didn’t have a chance to see Sam Black’s workshop about teaching our kids to confront a sexualized culture, check out our overview of the practical tools Sam shared.

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New Policy Recommends Abolishment of Spanking

The American Academy of Pediatrics has released a new policy statement titled “Effective Discipline to Raise Healthy Children” that recommends the abolishment of spanking. Learn more about the new policy before you weigh in with your thoughts. What do you think? Should parents spank their children?

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Mastery vs. Spiral Learning

Mastery and spiral learning are terms that get thrown around when talking about curriculum, but what do they mean exactly? Check out our breakdown of these two curriculum styles and find advice about how to teach each style.

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