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Books focusing on practical advice for homeschooling. Based in Australia, but shipping worldwide.
A scrapbook of illustrated examples of things that are hard to use with suggestions on how to improve them.
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Why I Homeschool: Part 1 I wanted to share the journey of how we came to homeschooling with a bit more depth and insight. This is a real and honest ...
How I Choose Homeschool Curriculum In this video I discuss the most important factors I consider when researching and deciding on what homeschool curriculum to use.
How I Plan My Homeschool Year - Easy Steps I Follow Hello, In this video I am sharing the easy steps that I follow each year the help me plan the next school year. Everything from ...
How to Teach a Child to Read | Secular Homeschool Curriculum | Kindergarten 1st 2nd 3rd Grade Hi! I'm a former Montessori Teacher turned Homeschool Mom of two amazing kids who will be in 2nd and 5th Grade for the ...
Homeschool Planner - Minimalist Notebook by Schoolnest This simple, customizable planner (linked below) has me so excited to start thinking ahead for our next school year. I'll show you ...
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Parenting each child according to his or her deepest identity is the concept outlined in Proverbs 22:6: “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it” (ESV).The wisdom of the verse is that every child within a family is unique. One child is a reliable, conscientious list-maker who likes things done well. Another child is rough and tumble and hangs tough through thick and thin.The post How Birth Order Affects Your Parenting? appeared first on Jim Daly.
When my two sons, Trent and Troy, were born, I thought Jean andI would be able to raise them the same way. Boy, was I wrong. When it came to parenting, what worked for Trent didn't always work for Troy.Trent and Troy share a lot of the same interests, but spend an afternoon with each of them, and you'll discover just how different they are. Trent is thoughtful and smart, but sometimes he struggled in school.The post Developing Your Child's Unique Personality? appeared first on Jim Daly.
As we approach Father's Day this Sunday, a thought:It's been said that it's easier for a father to have children than for children to have a real father.Sadly, that's becoming more and more common.There's no test or final exam to qualify for fatherhood, though it would seem like a good idea if somehow there could be.But some years ago, I developed what I call “Dad's Report Card” for our boys, Trent and Troy – to evaluate me!The post WATCH: Jim Daly Almost Flunked His First Dad's Report Card appeared first on Jim Daly.
I love to travel, but I don’t really love packing before the trip. Years ago, I realized that worrying about packing was keeping me from looking forward to my vacation (or mission trip or work trip). That’s when I created my own vacation packing checklist. And I have to admit it’s made a huge difference! […]The post How to Create a Vacation Packing Checklist appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
Howard and Danielle Taylor's relationship is evidence that a biblical understanding of the purpose for marriage is the foundation for weathering the rough seasons of life … together.Danielle grew up unchurched, and Howard was raised without a dad. Both adopted unhealthy cycles of relationship they'd learned from their parents. The result was not harmony and intimacy, but arguments, stress, and conflict.Over time, they learned new patterns of relating and communicating with each other, all rooted in a biblical understanding of marriage.The post Discovering God's Design for Your Marriage appeared first on Jim Daly.
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