Don Valaike could not understand why his mentor was so tough on him. Only later did he realize the lesson he learned would lead to a lifetime of success.Read More »
Why Should Students Study Latin at Seton Home Study?
Why does Seton Home Study School encourage students to take Latin? Counselor Jeff Minick speaks to that and the advantages Seton offers its Latin students.Read More »
What Scientists Say About Reading Aloud to Children
Amanda Evinger, homeschooling Mom of four, shares scientific studies on the importance of reading aloud to one's children and the ways it helps your kids.Read More »
5 Essential Sick Day Strategies for Homeschoolers
We know that sickness can be disastrous for a homeschool schedule. Homeschooling mom, Patricia Purcell, shares her strategies to minimize sick day damage.Read More »
Why ‘Learning Corners’ are a *Brilliant* Idea in Homeschooling!
by Elizabeth Rozycki | Learning corners extend well beyond the arts and are limited only by your own imagination. Here are some ideas and ways to implement learning corners in your homeschool...Read More »
8 Ways I Foster the Love of Science in My Children
by Angela Jaramillo | Not too long ago, I would have naively told you that I really thought all kids were reading and doing science independently for fun, until I recently went to a birthday party.Read More »
Will Science ‘Save’ Us?
by Mitchell Kalpakgian | Science separated from God and the common good and removed from morality and wisdom presumes to be an end in itself rather than a means to an end.Read More »
Help! My High School Students Can’t Concentrate With Younger Children Around!
by Mary Kay Clark | Consider asking your older children to start their schoolwork earlier in the day, for instance, at 7:30 a.m., so they can get at least one or two subjects done before the noise begins from the younger children. Since older children usually stay up later than younger ones, they might try doing some of their schoolwork after the little ones are in bed.Read More »
Sun, Sand, and… Science
By Kathy Rinker Picture the beach…the sand, the sun, the ocean. Imagine the sound of the waves rolling onto the shore, the sound of voices drifting through the air and ...Read More »
Activity Page – Fruit, Stars & Science
Creating Young Scientists
Who says Science has to be boring? Kathy Rinker shares just how much fun the Young Scientist Series is, and it is now available at Seton Educational Media!Read More »
How to Teach Science in Your Daily Life – Part 2
by Kenneth J. Stein, Ph.D. Some time ago, we taught our 10-year-old daughter how nature recycles water through the water cycle. I explained to her that this means all water, ...Read More »
How to Teach Science in Your Daily Life: Part 1
By Kenneth J. Stein, Ph.D. What could possibly be more fun than teaching science? Indeed, you have an entire Creation to work with! If you accept that all parts of ...Read More »