Morningtime provides the framework for my ultimate goal in education: raising people who believe what is true, honor what is noble, stand uncompromisingly for what is just, keep their desires pure, love things that are lovely and relish those things that are praiseworthy (Philippians 4:8). Our morning gathering lends great joy to this crazy family life. It builds memory, laughter, and relationship into our days.
March 2 is Dr. Seuss's birthday. He would be 114 this year. We don’t need a further excuse to have a party, right? Roundup of fantastic Dr. Seuss resources, party, and activity ideas right here!
Family devotions or family worship is something that many Christian families desire to incorporate in their daily life. This desire can often be hindered by confusion over what family devotions are, fear or feelings of inadequacy in conducting them, and the difficulties of consistency. Even consistent family devotions can be hindered by our own pride, as if somehow going through religious motions makes us more acceptable to God.
Core resources, supplemental reading, art, video, memory work, and more to study the Middle Ages textbook-free
Knowing the why behind "invert and multiply" and other math concepts brings excitement, empowerment, wonder, and comprehension to our children.
February can seem a bit weary and dreary. But there are several little happy gifts you can prepare today to give your future self! Today I am over guest posting at my friend Lynna's blog, Homeschooling Without Training Wheels, giving four tips beyond the basics of, “don’t wait until you run out of toilet paper to … Continue reading High Five, Future Self
This is a greatly expanded and updated edition of an article I originally published as : “Podcasts: A Treat for Your Earbuds,” in the Greenhouse magazine of NCHE. Whether I’m folding the laundry, putting on makeup, or walking in circles on the indoor track at the YMCA, I am also almost certainly listening to a … Continue reading There’s a Podcast for That