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Homeschooling Book Fairs and/or Conventions can be quite large and overwhelming, especially to a first time homeschooler. Many people go with the intention ...
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Georgia Homeschool Laws What are the laws regarding homeschooling in Georgia? What are the parent requirements, testing requirements, required ...
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 ...
Planning Our Next Homeschool Year | Annual Long-term Planning | Plan With Me | Raising A to Z Summer starts next week for us! I'm trying to get all my planning done before then. You don't have to do your planning now.
Taking the stress out of Homeschool Evaluation Binders! One area most people stress about with homeschooling is the end of the year binder! I know I sure did last year! So, I created this ...
Homeschool Preschool - Simple Alphabet Craft Notebook A few years ago, I worked with my oldest two girls putting this alphabet craft notebook together. It was such a simple task that ...
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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.
“Free Falling Freedom Towers” 4th of July Game Freedom is precious. It’s important. And it’s often taken for granted. Most of us enjoy freedom without having to sacrifice for it. There are many individuals and families who have made sacrifices to maintain our freedom, though, and there are those who continue to sacrifice for the […]The post “Free Falling Freedom Towers” 4th of July Game appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
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.
First Thessalonians 5:16-18 tells us, “Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.”Life often gets in the way of our desire to connect with Jesus as our source of contentment and joy. We get busy raising children, investing in our marriages, and building our careers. We get distracted by technology and lost in tough circumstances. Life overwhelms us, and we disconnect from God.The post Staying Connected to God: a 60-Day Challenge? appeared first on Jim Daly.
David and Jason Benham's childhood was filled with wonderful memories of baseball with their dad, who became a lifelong fan as a kid when his dad surprised him with tickets to a Yankees game.Later, when David and Jason came along, he played catch with them and coached their Little League teams.Then there was the stadium. Each time the Benham family drove through Shreveport, Louisiana, they passed by Fair Grounds Field, the stadium home for the San Francisco Giants' Double-A affiliate, the Shreveport Captains.The post Seeing the Fruits of a Dad's Faithful Prayers? appeared first on Jim Daly.
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