One of the most common of my many New Year's resolutions is to become a more patient mother and teacher. Every year, it seems that I start strong but my efforts slowly fizzle out by the last week of January. My greatest challenge is to able to teach my children how to behave in ways that are pleasing to the Lord without becoming impatient and frustrated myself.Read More »
A Homeschooler’s Resolution: Recognize the Sacrifice
Homeschool student resolution: resolve to reflect on your schooling situation and recognize the sacrifice your parents are making by choosing to homeschool.Read More »
Why Do My Children Copy My Vices, & Not My Virtues?
John Clark offers the opinion that there's not a mirror in the world that reflects so deeply and so profoundly upon our souls as the faces of our children.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 »
What’s One Recommended, Practical New Year’s Resolution for Homeschooling Moms?
How do I figure out the grade for my students for Section A on the quarter reports? I have an active wiggly little boy who does not want to sit still for his schoolwork. What do I do? Do I need to keep attendance records for my school district or for Seton?Read More »