The Mar/Apr issue of Homeschool Enrichment Magazine is now free! The digital edition is remastered and beautiful, now convenient to read from all your devices. This new version features a large, full-screen view of the beautiful graphics and content. Click anywhere on the page to zoom in and see every last detail. This particular issue focuses on the subject of history as well as spring projects and ideas. Some of the topics include the following: Rediscovering the Most Important Subjects Reading Comprehension Show-and-Tell Picture Books As History Hands-On History STEM For Your Early Learner Dual Enrollment: Essential Skills Mountaintop Moments and much more! You’ll find columns and advice for every stage of your student’s growth, as well as spiritual encouragement for yourself. I encourage you to check it out now.
This week, I have something really special for you. My friend Israel Wayne and the great people at New Leaf Press have put together some gifts for all of us! First off all, we are going to give away TWO copies of this wonderful book. And even more…EVERY SINGLE PERSON gets a sample devotional to enjoy. How cool is that?! Read on to find out more.
Today, I’m not challenging you to make a goal or to add to your already overflowing todo list. I want to help you take something off your plate so you can put tasty food on it. Find out how ordinary, extraordinary dinners can help you serve with love.
What if God Himself came down to earth and looked like a man and walked like a man and had a personal relationship with select women? What if those women he chose to touch, to live with, to eat with, and to have intimate discussions with included an adulteress, a prostitute, an ethnic outcast, a terminal patient, and a bold introvert? What if it were YOU? Frank Viola and Mary DeMuth explore the true stories of women touched by Christ in The Day I Met Jesus: The Revealing Diaries of Five Women from the Gospels. This biblical narrative paints vivid pictures of the real encounters with God in the flesh. Each chapter begins with a diary of a woman met by Jesus in a remarkable way. Author Mary DeMuth shares the biblical character’s innermost thoughts and struggles before the encounter, giving a glimpse of the pain, regret, and fear that woman faced in her daily struggles. As the tale unfolds, one can’t help but identify with the universal struggles of abandonment, betrayal, loss, and desperation. But the day she …
Some of my favorite resources are Signs & Seasons and Moonfinder, both classical astronomy books from Fourth Day Press. Today, Jay Ryan has generously given ALL readers of WhateverStateIAm a FREE downloadable ebook containing four of his best-loved articles for homeschoolers. You get… 7 Reasons Why You Should Be Teaching Astronomy If you think that astronomy is “the one science we can skip,” then this is a must-read! Astronomy – Why Bother? Most people think that astronomy is black holes and flying spaceships. Jay Ryan explains it is actually a practical study of what you believe and the application of what you know. The American Almanack Tradition Why was the almanack so important to the colonists, anyway? What is Classical Astronomy? An excellent explanation of the discipline of astronomy itself, and of Jay Ryan’s text in particular. Thank you, Jay Ryan, for today’s free download. AstronomyIsEssential-ebook