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Equipping Teens


I was fourteen years old, and I knew that I wanted to do something that mattered. I’d been to regular summer camps before, but I was looking for something different. It was then that I discovered Christian Youth in Action ...

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What is Dual Enrollment and Why Should I Care?


5 Benefits of Dual Enrollment If you go to a homeschool conference or even just a gathering of homeschool parents whose children are in high school, you will probably hear someone talking about dual enrollment. What is dual enrollment? It ...

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Must Reads Homeschool Edition, August 30, 2014

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Welcome to “Must Reads: Homeschool Edition” for August 30, 2014! Before your weekend gets too busy, we’d like to inspire you with some of our favorite articles from the week from HEDUA’s sites and across the web. Each Saturday we’ll ...

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Help for Teens Who Self-Harm

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Name withheld My blade was crafted from a box cutter, easily disguised in my bag of school tools. I took the blade and carved another gash deep across my wrist. I battled the urge to cut along the path of my veins. ...

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Nutrition 101: Choose Life!


In addition to being a well-rounded curriculum, Nutrition 101 provides lessons for families in improving health. Learn more in this informative presentation of Nutrition 101: Choose Life!

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Back to Homeschool: A Smart Start


I’m still trying to figure out where the summer went! It seems like the Fourth of July picnic was just yesterday, but my wall calendar says otherwise. September is almost here, so now is the time to begin transitioning from ...

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Old Testament Books: Amazing Memory Tool

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Ditties as a Memory Tool “What bizarrre thing are all these little kids doing?” That’s exactly the question you might ask if you walked into the fellowship hall of my little country church on any given Sunday morning, for you ...

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Using the Arts to Teach History


How Using the Arts to Teach History and Analyze the Historical Record Professor Carol looks at the arts as they relate to political power, religion, and technology, and how they both reflect and portend important developments in our culture. How can ...

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Am I Ready to Homeschool?


For me, homeschooling is just the continuation of a tradition. I was homeschooled, and I could not wait for my children to be big enough for “school.” For others, homeschooling is unfamiliar or downright scary. How do you know if ...

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