On the Blessed Mother’s birthday, we can look to her parents, Sts. Anne and Joachim, to find valuable lessons on teaching the children God entrusted to us.Read More »
How a Homeschooling Parent Can Make Working From Home Work!
Can a homeschooling mom find time and opportunity for working from home? Christina Patterson shares the lessons she has learned from her own experience.Read More »
On the Nose: 4 Ways Pinocchio Teaches Children Common Sense
In a world in want of common sense, Mitchell Kalpakgian finds priceless lessons in Pinocchio to teach our children how to live virtuous and rewarding lives.Read More »
Life Lessons Learned from the Unexpected Garden
When Amy Pawlusiak reluctantly agreed to allow a vegetable garden in the backyard, she never imagined the wealth of benefits that is would bring her family.Read More »
4 Secrets to Nailing the College Entrance Essay
Anna Eileen wishes that she'd had a list like this when she was writing her essays. Here are her 4 secrets that she learned the hard way - for you!Read More »
Need Ideas for Lent Reading? Here are My 3 Choices.
John Clark is digging into C.S. Lewis, St. Athanasius and the Summa for his Lent reading, and he's actually making them sound pretty intriguing.Read More »
My High Schooler Helps Out But She’s Falling Behind! Any suggestions for her Studies?
by Dr. Mary Kay Clark | It is difficult for us moms to “let go” of our high school sons and daughters who are so terrific in helping with family and household chores. But in falling behind ...Read More »
Flexible Schedules with Seton: 2 Tips for Success from Experience
The results from a Seton survey prompt valuable insights into how much time to schedule for homeschooling and Seton staff offer guidance for flexibility.Read More »
Seton Homeschool Lesson Plans: Adjustable Guides for Success
Parents and students want to know how they can keep schedule and finish the school year by June. Lesson Plans are a guide, not the 10 Commandments!Read More »
4 Preparations to Start the School Year
Whether you are just starting to homeschool for the very first time, or are an old hand at it, a new year gives a chance for a fresh start. Although every family is different, and each family must find its own unique way of homeschooling, there are certain preparations which will help almost every family to be more successful.Read More »
4 Tips for Homeschooling High School
I was home schooled for the last three years of high school, grades 10 through 12. I feel that I learned much more being home schooled for those three years ...Read More »
What if Something Happens? Dealing with the Unfamiliar
Bob Weisner counsels that life is inevitably filled with “somethings” so trust in God and take responsibility for yourself in life’s unfamiliar situations. A friend recently related a rather scary ...Read More »