A good school year takes forethought and prep. Christine Smitha's 5 tips will make a big difference in the tone and manageability of your homeschool.Read More »
The Key to Mindful Reading
by Christine Smitha | Reading for an assignment is not like reading to unwind before bedtime, or scanning the comic section of the newspaper, even if you enjoy “school reading” as much as “pleasure reading.”Read More »
Celebrating Advent in a World that Can’t Wait for Christmas
by Christine Smitha | Around the world, many of the best Advent traditions carry the idea of the hidden seed, a hidden seed of faith and charity we nurture...Read More »
5 Ways to Thank Dads
by Christine Smitha | Here are some tips and ideas for anyone needing a little inspiration in the ‘thanking Dad’ department.Read More »
Dads: Irreplaceable Heroes of Homeschooling
by Christine Smitha | Out there, Dads seem to have acquired rather a poor reputation. They’re inadequate, bumbling, and terribly prone to mistakes.Read More »
4 Steps to Reach Your Educational Goals, & Succeed!
Trying to get homeschooling done before summer break can be stressful. But sometimes, when you think you’re behind, you’re right where you should be.Read More »
4 Ways to Turn Spring Fever into Exciting Homeschool Opportunities!
by Christine Collins | Without fail, it happens every year at just about this time. The Christmas holidays are a memory, winter seems to be lasting forever, and school has been in session since before you can remember. At least, that’s how it feels when March rolls around and all we want is to be sipping iced tea with a novel in the backyard while the kids play in the sprinklers.Read More »
Reading for an Assignment: How to Be Successful
Reading for an assignment is not like reading to unwind before bedtime, or scanning the comic section of the newspaper, even if you enjoy “school reading” as much as “pleasure reading.”Read More »