Hope remains! Sharpen those pencils, seasoned Seton student Alyssum Pylar has six tips to reenergize the enthusiasm you had at the start of the school year.Read More »
Mindfulness: Focus and Peace for the Busy Homeschool Mom
Living in the present moment has helped keep peace and order in Elizabeth Turajski’s homeschool. Can you use her tips for cultivating mindfulness each day?Read More »
7 Great Tips to Help Your New Home School Year Succeed
Each school year is a unique adventure. As she prepares for her ninth year of homeschooling, Patrice Fagnant-MacArthur offers seven tips for beginning well.Read More »
What is Most Important to Prepare for the New School Year?
New school year? Dr. Mary Kay Clark says having definite plans about what the children should do and when will help even the youngest feel more comfortable.Read More »
3 Simple Ideas to Make This Year Your Most Organized Ever
Summer is a great time to set goals be organized for the school year ahead. Seton alumna, Anna Eileen, shares the keys to make this academic year a success!Read More »
The ‘Divine Artwork’: What My Daughter’s Puzzle Taught Me About God
Emily Molitor was stumped one day in watching her daughter struggle with a puzzle. She shares an insight into how God helps us - when we let Him.Read More »
5 Do’s & Don’ts to Make Meal Planning Work!
When she started meal planning Elizabeth Turajski used to make the mistake of making a different dish from scratch every night. Her 5 tips to save you time!Read More »
“Hello God, Are You Up There?” When He ‘Doesn’t Answer’ Our Prayers… or Does He?
by Lorraine Espenhain | Our prayers will be answered by God, not because we have succeeded in getting God to see things our way, but because He has succeeded in changing our heartsRead More »
Organization: Key to Homeschool Success!
Being organized often seems impossible, & moms ask “Why try again?” Here are 3 simple themes broken into 13 easy tips to give you fresh hope and order!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 »
When God’s the Pitcher, Do You Trust the Curve Balls?
Blessed are those who do not stumble or become hindered in their faith when Christ does not act according to the plans and preconceived ideas they’ve worked out in their own minds concerning how things will go in their lives and how God will move in their lives as well.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 »
How to Plan for Easy Dinner Times. No Mess, No Stress!
Stressed out home schooling moms tell me that it is not the actual home schooling that is sapping their strength. It’s not the housework, or yard work, or meal preparation. ...Read More »
A Plan for the New Year
As you read this column, a large segment of the country is dark and cold, and kids are sick and tired of being cooped up in the house. Lesson plans ...Read More »