Discover the Diversity of Homeschooling Confused and intimidated by the complexities of homeschooling, many parents assume it could never work for them. Now an updated edition of So You're Thinking About Home Schooling by Lisa Whelchel - herself a homeschooling mother of three - introduces to readers fifteen composite portraits of homeschooling families who show how every family can successfully face the unique challenges of its situation. The story-based approach deals with common questions of time management, teaching weaknesses, and outside responsibilities, as well as children's age variations, social and sports involvement, learning disabilities, and boredom. Seeing a wide variety of homeschooling families in action ... more
"On the Other Side of the Garden" was first printed in 1992 after fifteen years of Bible study and prayer. It quickly became a women"s Bible study favorite and has encouraged thousands of women to look to God for their purpose in life. This newly revised edition reveals how to understand God"s purpose for womanhood distinguish submission from blind obedience, communicate biblically with your husband, deal with a passive, overbearing, or unspiritual man, handle disappointments and irritations in marriage, and turn the frustrations of marriage into joy.
A thorough chapter-by-chapter overview of many of the inspiring teaching principles of Christian educator Charlotte Mason. Covers education, parenting and home schooling, with lots of encouragement for Mom.
This lively approach to creative writing has the right ingredients to inspire even a reluctant writer.The story starters are mini adventures that suspend a student in the middle of a predicament. ?What happens next?? is his cue to write freely, with imagi
For those who would like their children to experience a little classical education, this beginning Latin course contains 27 lessons focusing on vocabulary, case endings, verb endings (chants), simple translation, and basic grammar.
coil bound, 117 pages.
An immensely respected leader in today's homeschool movement, Dr. Ruth Beechick encourages families to center all aspects of their children's learning on God's Word in A Biblical Home Education.
Beechick begins by showing how the subjects of worldview, science, and history have been pulled apart from the Bible and how they can be sensibly reconnected. In the author's words, "Since the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, that anti-God teaching can lead only to foolishness.
Also included are chapters on thinking, reading, writing and study skills, learning methods, curriculum tips, and extensive teaching helps.
Matin Latin 1 works through the basics of nouns, verbs, adjectives, pronouns, and prepositions, with simple translations throughout, including two short Julia stories to close. The appendices offer additional exercises, along with a complete glossary for the text.
Matin Latin 2 expands significantly on verbs and nouns, including more translation work and multiple stories. The Matin Latin 2 appendices include helpful noun, verb, and adjective charts, along with a complete glossary.
The Matin Latin series parallels our bestselling Latin Primer series by Martha Wilson, with both paths leading into our Latin Grammar text. Some parents use both series, others choose one. Where the Primer series focuses more on following the ... more
The Young Peacemaker applies biblical principles of peacemaking to the unique challenges of intermediate and middle school students. Student Activity Books are also available for each of the twelve lesson series. This is excellent material to be used in Christian schools, home schools, Bible classes, or better yet in the home as parents and children study and practice the principles together.
This text follows either our Primer or Matin paths and includes a solid review of all grammar. It also adds new material and translations, such as passive voice, relative pronouns, etc. Some older students have started Latin with this as their beginning text. coil bound, 182 pages