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Homeschooling Where Strivings Cease

Homeschooling can be hard, but it shouldn't be striving. Psalm 46:10 says, "Cease striving and know that I am God." Striving isn't a word we commonly use. I looked up the definition and was surprised by it. Striving may be defined as making great efforts to achieve or...

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Your Parenting Approach: Homeschooling, the First Year

When I began homeschooling, I immediately discovered that disciplining my children was central to my homeschooling success. If I couldn't get them to obey me, I couldn't teach them. Even though I'm a psychologist, I spent a lot of time reading about how to discipline....

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The Proverbs 31 Homeschool Mom, Part 2

What does the Bible say about being a homeschooling mother? I'm surprised how much of an example we have in the Proverbs 31 woman. Let's pick up where we left off after part 1, which you can read here. [button link="http://ultimateradioshow.com/proverbs312" type="big"...

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How to Be a Proverbs 31 Homeschool Mom, Part 1

Have you ever wondered as I have what God expects of you as a homeschooling mom? One place we can find answers to that question is in Proverbs 31. She isn't the unrealistic role model so many say she is. Join me for the first part of a study of this woman and how she...

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Black and White Thinking in Your Homeschool

If there was a simple way to turn your homeschool around, would you try it? It isn't a new curriculum, a new teaching approach, or an organizing product. It's a change in thinking. [button link="http://ultimateradioshow.com/blackandwhite" type="big" color="orange"]...

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Scheduling: Homeschooling, the First Year

A schedule or homeschool routine is a must for a new homeschooler. But it's easy to take the wrong approach when it comes to scheduling. I chatted with our new homeschoolers on the podcast and Jolene shared her schedule with me for the blog. [button...

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How to Homeschool a Middle Schooler

If you began homeschooling in the early elementary years, chances are good that you found your groove. When you see middle school up ahead, it's easy to start getting nervous. With these suggestions, you can continue homeschooling your middle schooler like a pro....

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How to Save on an All-in-One Curriculum

I was compensated for my time in sharing these resources. All opinions are my own. I have shopped Homeschool Buyers Co-op for a long time and I love knowing that I'm getting the best possible price on curriculum. The co-op helps homeschoolers harness group buying...

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