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Archives for July 2011

Character Training

On last week’s survey, I asked you what topics you’d like to hear more of. More than 75% of you wanted to hear about how to teach good character to children. One mom put it so well when she said, “I want to know how to practically apply God’s word in today’s world.”

I’ve been thinking about various parents and children in the Bible.

Notebooking Ideas for Homeschooling

Notebooking is an idea with which I have a love-hate relationship. I love it because it provides my children with a creative outlet, it requires that they regurgitate what they’ve learned from our reading and discussions, and it gives them with a great way to review what they’ve learned as they look back through their notebook all school year.

Our Homeschooling Plans (2011-2012)

It’s back-to-school time again! This year, we’ll be homeschooling the following grades and ages:

  • 10th Grade Son (age 15-16)
  • 7th Grade Daughter (age 12-13)
  • 6th Grade Son (age 11)
  • 4th Grade Daughter (age 9)
  • 1st Grade Daughter (age 6-7)
  • Preschool Daughter (age 4)
  • Little Guy (age 1-2)

Here is a peek at our plans for the coming school year.

5 Things That Make Moms Tired

The Bible says that younger women are “to love their husbands and children, to be self-controlled and pure, to be busy at home, to be kind, and to be subject to their husbands, so that no one will malign the word of God” (Titus 2:4-5).