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Dealing With Being a Passenger The First Time My Daughter Drove the Car Home

Posted  September 23, 2014  by  Denise

 Whose Lesson Is It, Anyway? My middle child is learning to drive. She is the first of my children to decide to get a driver’s permit and undertake this task, so it’s a new thing for all of us. My husband, Robert, has been handling most of the practice driving, so far.  My daughter and [...]

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Curriculum

How To Teach Science With the Bible

Posted  August 7, 2014  by  Shari

This post may contain links of items I use and love. If you make a purchase by clicking on one of these affiliate links, the blog may earn a commission that will help with expenses to maintain these online services. Thank you! Did you know that the Bible stated that the world was round three [...]

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Curriculum

How To Homeschool Science Without a Curriculum

Posted  July 12, 2014  by  Shari

When I first started homeschooling, I didn’t know what curriculum to choose, and the thought of spending big bucks on something that I’d be stuck with for a year was a little overwhelming. Since I’d helped compile a curriculum database when I worked for a public school, I knew what learning objectives were required for [...]

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100 Money Saving Tips for the Homeschool Mom From the Proverbs 31 Woman

Posted  April 1, 2014  by  Shari

If anyone needs money saving tips, it is the homeschool mom, who voluntarily gives up income to invest in her children, and who (in addition to paying taxes) bears the expense of educating her own children. In addition to other valuable wisdom, the Proverbs 31 Woman left us an outline to categorize ways to save [...]

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They Won’t Be In Diapers Forever!

Posted  September 20, 2012  by  Shari

Do not look at the miserable mess of today and mistakenly think it marks the future. Do not allow a temporary mess to dictate your feelings about a fabulous future. Do not throw up your hands in despair and become a part of the misery. Keep going. Keep building the future.

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After Church Meal Ideas for Sunday Dinner

Posted  October 4, 2014  by  Shari

Personally, I think Sunday is a day of rest, and Dad should either take the family out to dinner, or everyone should fend for themselves! However, Sunday is also family day for many families, and you can create a wonderful tradition by cooking together and spending time around the dinner table together. Find what works [...]

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Curriculum

Fables, Myths, and Fairy Tales

Posted  July 15, 2013  by  Shari

Tell your friends about this giveaway to earn more entries yourself for the writing curriculum from IEW, Fables, Myths, and Fairy Tales!

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Character Sketches

Posted  September 2, 2012  by  Shari

Each character trait focuses on a Bible character and an animal from nature that exhibits that character trait.

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Titanic Museum Writing Contest

Posted  February 22, 2013  by  Shari

Writing Contest for Kids ages 7-12. Winner gets FREE passes to Titanic to meet authors!

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Saxon Math

Posted  September 13, 2012  by  Shari

I think Saxon Math is one of the best math programs available — so why did I write a negative review?

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Fantasy

The Chronicles of Narnia

Posted  March 27, 2014  by  Shari

A book with great adventure and a solid spiritual message.

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Inspiration

Weeping Of The Evergreen

Posted  August 29, 2012  by  mxfarm

Ever get a whiff of Christmas? Find out how the weeping of the evergreen teaches us about suffering.

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