As we guide them through this ever-changing landscape and embrace these technological advancements, we cannot afford to underestimate social media’s profound influence on our children’s developing minds and precious souls.
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Research shows that homeschooled children have better results than their public school peers when tested on different aspects of their social skills.
By Lana Hazlett Learning to love classical music at an early age is a priceless gift. Let's say you are given a gift, but you don't bother to open it. How would you ever [...]
Homeschooling Dad: Making the Leap from Main Financial Provider to Main Educational and Emotional ProviderHome Educator Webmaster2022-12-20T09:47:58-06:00
Growing up in a typical working-class family in Manchester, England, I watched as my mother went off to work whilst my father stayed at home. He occasionally picked up the odd job here and [...]
Talk About CRT: How to equip your homeschoolers not only with how to deal with arguments logically but also how to deal with them Biblically.
These days, the internet and the computer technology behind it is involved in nearly everything we do. From remote work to online learning, the internet makes it all possible. Students today already tend to [...]
By John Mason The lens that we use to view today’s world matters. Every human being alive today has a set of lenses they are using to filter what they are seeing and define [...]
Want to include good citizenship in your homeschool? Teaching children about voting is both impactful and very simple when you start young.
Need suggestions for kids educational bedtime stories? Grab a blanket and cozy up with your child for phonics fun!