Posts Tagged homeschooling


Summer Fact Box

Summer Learning Fact Box   How does your family make summer memorable and meaningful? To encourage summer learning, the following article comes to you from the Pilgrim Institute archives. In the summer of 1984, Verna Hall and Rosalie Slater of the Foundation for American Christian Education gave children an opportunity to do special projects which […]

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Choosing Valuable Online Learning

Choosing Valuable Online Learning by Jeanette Whittaker  If you’re homeschooling through high school, it may be beneficial to find ways for your student to learn from an outside teacher with all the convenience of staying at home. With your guidance and oversight, well-chosen online learning can greatly enrich your student’s homeschool education. Naturally, you’ll be […]

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How to Choose a Character Training Curriculum

How to choose a character training curriculum by Jeanette Whittaker    Thankfully, families within the homeschool community recognize that cultivating the character of their children is a top priority in their homeschooling efforts. The challenge, though, is achieving this goal in daily teaching amidst the challenges of school work, laundry, dishes, care for family members, […]

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The Value of a Godly Example, A Tribute to Mothers

The Value of a Godly Example, A Tribute to Mothers by Jeanette Whittaker Most of us keep items which we consider valuable. Some have intrinsic value, others remind us of a significant person or event. I’ve kept a cookbook that was handed down in our family. It’s original title speaks volumes, Portraits of Patriotism and Praise, […]

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A Book for Children to Love… Noah Webster: Father of the Dictionary (Review)

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