Illustrated Banner for Building Homemade Volcanoes
August 20, 2020 24 comments

Building Homemade Volcanoes

If you feel like building a volcano at home is a daunting task, but also don’t want your children to miss out on this experience, don’t worry! We’ve tested a few different options to help you get started.
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How to Talk to Your Kids About Sex and Maturation Blog Post
December 30, 2019 1 comments

How to Talk to Your Kids about Sex and Maturation

It is vital that parents talk to their children about sex in a way that is holy and comfortable. This video will answer important questions about how to talk to kids about sex.
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Photograph of a Boy Holding a Blue Pen
November 04, 2019 19 comments

How to Organize a Homeschool Day

Having a well thought out plan for your homeschool day is imperative to having a peaceful home and homeschool. Finding a schedule and plan that works for your family doesn't have to be difficult!
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50 Ways to Teach Social Skills to Homeschoolers Blog Post Header with wildflowers
October 21, 2019 20 comments

50 Ways to Teach Social Skills to Homeschoolers

Wondering how to socialize homeschoolers? Read more for encouragement, as well as practical ideas for socialization!
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October 07, 2019 18 comments

Why Children Excel at Reading with The Good and the Beautiful Language Arts

Can your child achieve a solid reading foundation with The Good and the Beautiful curriculum? Yes! It’s one of the things people like most about our curriculum.
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October 07, 2019 17 comments

The 75 Best Spelling Practice Ideas

Try these unique, active spelling practice ideas when a child needs extra time or motivating encouragement to master certain words.
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October 02, 2019 2 comments

50 Ways to Bring Nature into Your Homeschool

“Teaching children about the natural world should be treated as one of the most important events in their lives.” –Thomas Berry
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