Rules of Storytelling Part One

Last summer, former Pixar story artist Emma Coats shared via twitter a list of story-telling tips she’d compiled from working with the company that brought such films as Toy Story, Monster’s Inc, Up, and Wall-E to the big screen. I came across a poster of these rules a few months ago and ordered one for […]

You Were Called and Qualified

I know, it’s been six months since you selected the curriculum for this school year. Me too. Whether it’s your first year, maybe it’s going to be your fifth, tenth – or last year homeschooling, you may have a little tingle in your tummy about what you have selected. You may be excited, scared or […]

5 Steps Toward a Plan That Works

If you have ever worked with or even seen a builder, you know the importance of a plan. The written plan is the point of communication between all parties regarding what results are expected. The plan is a roadmap. The plan lends focus when life begins to unravel. Finally, the plan can be used as […]

Moms As This Year Begins Find Your Rest In HIM

Moms, stop right now and give yourselves permission to rest. Yes you heard me right–Rest! If in any way you are feeling stressed out right now planning and organizing for this upcoming school year then your eyes are not focused rightly. Your focus should not be on your books, curriculum, lesson plans, or school supply […]

VBS: An Encouragement to Homeschool.

There are a few questions that, if I had been paid a dollar for each time I was asked them, would have made me very rich by now. I’m sure you’ve heard the same: “Are you certified to teach?” “What about socialization?” “What about Physics?” “You’ll send them to real school at some point, right?” […]

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