Science is actually why I finally decided to homeschool. How could I tell my son (then in 6th Grade) to trust and respect his teachers and yet tell him that what they were teaching him was incorrect and not to believe / follow it (specifically when they would teach about evolution). That was the final straw for me. It was time to bring him home!
What a SMART Way to PICTURE the Entire Bible! Do you have a visual learner? How about an artist? How about a linguistic learner? Kinesthetic, maybe? One who likes to make ordered lists in his or her mind? Well, parents of all kinds of learners are in luck! The Picture Smart Bible curriculum meets so many learning styles and works for all ages – even
I met Rick and Marilyn Boyer at the Christian Home Educators of Kentucky summer conference this past June. What wonderful people they are – sweet, down-to-earth and serious about sharing God’s message! My family and I have enjoyed books by the Boyers before like Proverbs People and For You They Signed, so I was very excited to learn about their newest release, Profiles of Valor:
I have always had an interest in the study of psychology and even took a few classes on the subject in college. It’s a good thing my faith was strong, though, because not one of my psychology professors supported the Truths of Scripture. In fact, quite the opposite, they often tried to talk me out of my faith with their lofty views. Most college student
I bet many of you are familiar with Considering God’s Creation by Susan Mortimer as a science curriculum, but have you also heard of her history curricula, Remembering God’s Awesome Acts and Remembering God’s Chosen Children? Of the two history books, I’ve only used Remembering God’s Awesome Acts, so it’s the one I’ll review here. But, as much as I liked it, I won’t hesitate
Boys are curious creatures if you ask me. One day I think I’ve got mothering boys down, and the next day I realize I have no clue! They want different things than girls – they need different things than girls. One thing I’ve seen in both of my boys, as compared to my daughter, is the need for independence. They both want to do things