The Courage to Take Courage

In the classic film, The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy, the Tin Man, Scarecrow and the Lion make a dangerous journey to the land of OZ and arrive at the front gate only to be turned away by the guard.  When poor Dorothy breaks down sobbing, distraught that their sojourn was for naught, he finally lets […]

The Courage to Take Courage - By Debra Anderson

Horses in Art and Literature

Images of horses in art are a very popular subject. Most students love to do pictures of horses. We are going to look at pictures of horses in a variety of styles. Probably the most famous horse artist in American history is Frederic Remington. He was a genre artist who pictured the American old west. […]

Horses in Art and Literature - By Sharon Jeffus

Bearing Unnecessary Burdens

During a recent weekend, my girls accompanied me on a series of errands. Our last stop was the produce market where I picked up several bags of fresh fruits and vegetables. Since there were no available grocery carts, each of us had to carry at least one bag. Before heading over to the cashier, I […]

Bearing Unnecessary Burdenbs - By Andrea Thorpe

Fly, Butterfly, Fly!

When the little package arrived in the mailbox that sunny afternoon in May, I was not sure what to expect inside. My two daughters were busy playing in the backyard, so I was alone when I cut open the cardboard box and found the five tiny caterpillars inside a little cup. It was just what […]

Fly, Butterfly, Fly - By Diana Barto

Take One With You

We spend a lot of time with our children when we homeschool them.  Not only are we with them during their morning routines, we are with them during their school days and during bedtime routines.  Even so, there’s something to be said for having one-on-one time with each child, and that can be hard to […]

Take One With You - By Melinda Boring

Why Am I Homeschooling?

Summer is the perfect time to pull up a lawn chair, pour a glass of lemonade, and take some time to reflect on our homeschool year. See ideas here.  But even more important than pondering the best and worst of our school year might be taking time to remember why we began homeschooling in the […]

Why Am I Homeschooling - By Lorrie Young

Reality Check: Homeschoolers Are NOT Entitled to College Admission and Scholarships

Do you have a sense of entitlement? Sure, homeschooling can be difficult, but does that mean your child deserves college admission without even trying? No! Don’t fall into the trap of thinking you college admission and scholarships will be easy, just because you homeschool! “Why do I have to do this to get my child […]

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