This summer, here are some delightful, wholesome tips to help our young people discover pleasure and freedom in the simple things.Read More »
Ask the Experts – What is Your Summer Schedule Like?
Three homeschooling veterans share their time tested tips on keeping their kids active, cool, and happy when the summer days get long, hot, and sticky.Read More »
Put Some Spark In Your Summer!
Add some spark to the summer! Encourage your children in their interests so they can refine their gifts, bless the world, and lead more souls to heaven.Read More »
Let Children Have Summer
John Clark admits he might have become a better reader, writer, or mathematician if he had forsaken carefree and joyful summers spent with his family but...Read More »
Making Math Fun in the Summer
Summer, long car rides, and picnic blanket lunches - even occasional rainy days are all great times to introduce new ways to learn math with fun math games.Read More »
Is There an Advantage to Homeschooling Over the Summer?
Are there advantages to homeschooling over the summer months? Dr. Clark advises on that and shares ideas on motivating active children to read and what a parent should consider before having a child skip a grade.Read More »
Booking It! Come Aboard the 2018 Seton Summer Reading Club
Whether from the comfort of a backyard hammock or a sofa in the den, summer’s the perfect time to grab some books and set out on a reading adventure. Jeff Minick shares the details on the books suggested for the Seton Summer Reading Club and how to join.Read More »
Booked For The Season – The Seton Summer Reading Club
Seton provides the framework of the reading club and the incentives, but it is the parents who help their students select the books and guide the reading.Read More »
My Son Knows the Math, Can He Skip to the Next Level?
If a child can do all the math in the math book for his grade level, can he skip to the next level math book? Dr. Mary Kay Clark's advice may surprise you.Read More »
Summer Faculty Meetings – Time to Relax, Talk, and Reconnect
Mary Ellen Barrett says this is a perfect time of the year for some all-important faculty team-building activities. She's speaking of you and your spouse.Read More »
Establishing Routines: It’s Never Too Late
Parenting author Kathryn Trudeau explores 3 ways to help establish your routines during the school year and how to ease your children into the new schedule.Read More »
5 Ways to Keep Kids Active All Summer Long
Looking for ideas on how to help children move away from screen time and get moving? Patricia Purcell has tips on showing kids how to really enjoy summer.Read More »
5 Easy Steps to Create a Family Summer Reading Club
How can we encourage our kids to read this summer? Form a family reading club! Jennifer Elia shares 5 easy tips to set up this fun and educational activity.Read More »
The Surprising Joys of Summer Homeschooling
You may be surprised to find how summer homeschooling can be a joy. Care to try a few of Amanda Evinger’s ideas for relaxed and creative summer learning?Read More »
4 Easy Ways to Deepen Your Spiritual Life this Summer
Mary Donellan offers that summer can be the perfect time to deepen our Spiritual Life with God. Here are four simple tried-and-true methods of her own!Read More »
The Unexpected Benefits of Taking a Summer Break from Homeschooling
If you close the books all summer, won’t the kids forget what they’ve learned? Amy Pawlusiak considers the unexpected benefits of taking a summer break.Read More »
5 Tips on Simple Summer Pleasures
All moms know how stressful summer vacations can be without a routine. Debbie Gaudino shares five tips for formulating a fun and restful summer schedule.Read More »
Summer ‘Depression’? Why I Have a Hard Time *Not* Being Busy
by Elaine Harrah | I dreaded the arrival of June 1st and longed for the beginning of August, when I would be busy with a new school year learning new things.Read More »
Summer Bucks: Why My Kids Actually Beg For More Chores
This summer, I am not buying anyone anything. My children moaned and groaned, till they learned they can earn money (through chores) to spend however they choose.Read More »
Do Families Need to Homeschool During the Summer?
by Dr. Mary Kay Clark | Education should not take a vacation during the summer. In the past, the public schools closed during the summer months...Read More »