On His Blindness, by John Milton, is an exquisite sonnet that speaks patience and hope on the days we're anxiously desperate to please God through our works.
What if you asked a Dad and a Mom the same series of questions about their homeschooling? Would their perspectives be similar or different? And what do they wish they'd known before they started?
For adults who missed out on a literature education, here's a guide to your own life long learning! Learn how to read deeply!
What if I told you that there was a way to incorporate freedom into homeschool planning? A way to blend flexibility and a well-ordered day? Big-Picture Planning gives me the ability to craft weekly assignment lists for the kids (and myself) without having to type out any lesson plans, write out lists of page numbers, or feel bound by dates on the calendar!
Revisiting Mansfield Park over a decade later, I'm surprised to discover pointed educational wisdom in the early chapters!
It’s going to be ok. The lists are long and keep getting longer. Do the next thing. Do it with humility. Do it with praise. Do it with joy. Do it with love. By God’s grace, we’ve got this! Now, go get a cup of your favorite beverage and a book, and let’s discuss what we’re reading lately!
We don't want standardized tests to become a source of anxiety or stress for our children. Is there a way we could not merely “suffer through” the requirement, and instead use it to our advantage?