A Ghetto in Detroit

Hello Christian Friends & Homeschoolers, How are y'all doing? Are you taking a vacation from your homeschooling program for the summer? The summertime is a wonderful time to enjoy the great outdoors--to go swimming, hiking, sailing, boating, fishing, jogging and many more activities. However, a few people do not have the same opportunity to do […]

Look At Those Cute Toes!

Hello Christian Friends & Homeschoolers, How are you teaching your children pro-life values in your homeschooling program? It is not necessarily easy to teach our children the how's and why's of a pro-life Christian lifestyle. However, I did come across an online website called Life Site News that talks about the pro-life agenda. The categories […]

The Iron Triangle

Hello Christian Friends & Homeschoolers, Happy early 4th of July! You will want to include the term "Iron Triangle" in your homeschooling government class. Just what exactly does the term “Iron Triangle” mean? It is used to describe the dynamics or interrelationship of policy-making between Congress, special interest groups, and governmental agencies. These three groups […]

Father’s Day Activities

Hello Christian Friends & Homeschoolers, What type of gift will your child give to his Dad in honor of Father's Day?  I found some really nifty activities to use in your homeschooling program on a site called Education. It includes printable Father's Day cards, worksheets and coloring pages. Look at these easy, and creative projects […]

Learn How to Improve Your Child’s Prediction Skills!

Hello Christian Friends & Homeschoolers, There are best practices to help your child improve his or her comprehension skills. One such practice includes using prediction exercises in your homeschooling program. To start out we need to define exactly what a prediction exercise is and why it is important. It has been said that making predictions […]

Illiteracy is a Growing Problem in America

Hello Christian Friends & Homeschoolers, Did you know there is a growing problem of children growing up in America and not being able to easily read a newspaper article? According to Children's Literacy Foundation (CLIF), 68% of America's fourth graders do not read at a proficient level. Additionally, the one out of six children who […]

Luck of the Irish! Learning to Read: New Testament Stories, Paperback Version, Now Available to Order on Amazon Today!

Hello Christians Friends & Homeschoolers, Happy Saint Patrick's Day to you! It's the luck of the Irish I say. Today is the very first day that Learning to Read: New Testament Stories, paperback version, is available to order on Amazon. This book is designed for children, homeschoolers, or ESL learners who will improve their reading […]

Building Your Child’s (Or Your) Vocabulary Made Easy!

Hello Christian Friends & Homeschoolers, Isn't it great that there are so many different strategies to build your child's vocabulary, as well as your own? In your homeschooling program you will want to definitely focus each year on adding new and more difficult words to your child's vocabulary. One time tested way is to use […]