Fourth, fifth, and sixth graders who have a grasp of parts of speech and sentence structure will benefit from Bible and English Grammar. This unique combination offers one year of study combining both subjects. The course is truly remarkable.
Parenting teens is nearly as exhausting as those sleep-deprived infant months and just as hair-raising as the unpredictable toddler years. There’s more pressure, too, as they hurl themselves rapidly toward adulthood while we scramble to prepare them in time. The key to survival is to stay on the same team.
It’s the all-important day to honor The One Who Gave Thee Life and Allows Thee to Continue Living and Eating and Wearing Clean Clothes. You know me, I always want to help out in every way I can. So I’ve created an easy checklist of ideas of things you can give the homeschool mom in your life.
How can parents and teachers diagnose learning style quickly? Here’s some help for maximizing learning styles to teach Bible verses to young children.
I’m deep, deep into my book about #OrdinaryIsExtraordinary this week. The manuscript is due to the publisher at the end of this month, and I’m making a last effort to cram extra awesome into it for you. So that’s why I’m not around her much; I’m buried in pages and notes and heavy red marks. Send coffee. While I’m gone, my friend Tina Nahid offered to stop by and give you a special gift of encouragement. Tina is one of those rare friends–someone who has watched me eat and still likes me! I can really chow down, and I will fight you for the chips and salsa, but Tina doesn’t let that intimidate her. We no longer get to share the chip basket at Homeschool Moms Dinner Club, because Tina up and moved on us. But she left me this devotional, Five Minute Devotions for the Homeschool Mom. Tina knows we homeschool moms need a grab-and-go encouragement, a quick meditation to pray over as we work through our day. So be sure to sign up at the end to win your …