If they’re not reading books in the backseat of the car, my children are enjoying the view outside the window, relating memories, making observations, asking questions, and losing themselves in daydreams. One fall afternoon, [...]
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 [...]
In this final section of the Ideas for Making Social Studies and History Come Alive blog series, I wanted to take the time to add a few modifications and accommodation options to the activities our family has used to bring the whole history experience full circle for everyone.
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 [...]
Lunchroom Shaming Techniques: Folks will not try to defeat your ideas and beliefs by argument; instead, they will make certain moves to discredit you socially and shame you so that no one will listen to you and you’ll feel bad about your beliefs.
Social Studies: Politics and elections is a compelling springboard to help your students get interested in history and social studies.