Blog Cruise: Tips for Record Keeping

Keeping records for your homeschool can be a hassle. Most states require some kind of record-keeping, even if it’s only a record of attendance. And some states have very stringent requirements. Whether or not one lives in one of these more demanding states, most homeschoolers desire to keep some kind of record of their students’ … Read more

Amazing Science! Reviews

This article is in collaboration with scienceandmath.com. The Science and Math website has a new two volume set of Amazing Science DVDs for $19.95. In addition to their Science experiment DVDs, they also offer math tutorial DVDs as well as free videos when you sign up at their website. “Our aim is to bring you the very … Read more

Blog Cruise ~ Who Inspires You?

Homeschooling can be all-consuming. We talked last week about how to combat homeschool burnout. Sometimes the only answer to the overwhelming, burned out feeling that can come is to look around for inspiration. It’s all around you. Jesus, friends, family, fellow homeschool moms . . . we find inspiration in some or all of them. … Read more

God’s Great Covenant Reviews

This article is in collaboration with Classical Academic Press. God’s Great Covenant is a new Bible study course from Classical Academic Press for children in 4th grade and above with an emphasis on the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy.  Children will learn about the four different aspects of Christ; the Son of Man, God’s Servant, … Read more

Blog Cruise ~ Fighting Homeschool Burnout

The sun is shining. The days are growing longer and warmer. Even the songs of the birds seem to beckon us to put down the school books and run outside. But there’s a math curriculum to finish, books to be read, science experiements to do. A planner to follow. And it doesn’t end for at … Read more

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