Peter's Seton education helped him write a complete, organized, well-thought-out essay that helped him win a full-tuition scholarship.Read More »
“To Die From Having Lived” – The Secret to a Happy End
This great design of awaiting the next pleasure forms the master plan of life designed by a wise Creator who orients man toward the future with hope. No one ever truly wants to return to the past or dreams of recovering the fountain of youth.Read More »
5 Tips and Tricks for Teaching Math to Tikes!
Little learners still have to memorize their math facts— addition, and subtraction—and Mom, or in this case Grandma, still has to drill them. Each time I open Math 2 For Young Catholics to one of those long drill pages, I think to myself that it must seem like approaching Mt. Everest to a little kid.Read More »
Once Upon a Time
When I was perhaps eleven or twelve years old, I happened upon a piece of music called Once Upon a Time. It was from a Broadway play that I had ...Read More »
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 »
Making Summer Learning Fun!
Keep up with your child’s learning even with all the fun in the sun this summer with these helpful ideas, and make plans to attend Mass in the mornings!Read More »
Classics for the Young: Junior High Literature
Simone Weil, a noted Jewish philosopher, remarked, “Imaginary evil is romantic and varied; real evil is gloomy, monotonous, barren, boring. Imaginary good is boring; real good is always new, marvelous, ...Read More »
Classics for the Young: Middle School Literature
In A Wonder Book and The Tanglewood Tales Hawthorne retells some of the famous classical myths in an imaginative and charming style that captures the universality and moral wisdom of ...Read More »