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A Homeschool Mom’s Advent Calendar


On the First Week of Advent . . .   Begin creating your homemade gifts. Nothing says self-sacrifice like hot glue gunning everything sparkly to everything glittery. Pick up your Christmas cards from your handy-dandy neighborhood super store. Wonder if ...

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What is Advent, Anyway?


‘Tis the season when Advent books and products are everywhere! There are Advent wreaths, Advent calendars, Advent devotionals, Advent Bible studies . . . and the list goes on. But, what exactly is Advent? What does it mean? Advent Defined In one ...

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Bunker Mentality


In this episode, Rebecca Keliher and Wally Long address issues arising from the bunker mentality many Christians and homeschoolers adopt.

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Ideas for Less-Stress Holidays

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Let’s face it. Even for Christians the day of December 25th sometimes feels more like a deadline than a “holy day.” The season that should be known for peaceful joy is notorious for being the most stressful. If you’ve ever ...

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Sequential History

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While I love homeschooling for the many benefits it offers my children, I am constantly amazed by how much homeschooling has profited my own education as well. For example, I’ll never forget studying ancient and middle ages history and discovering ...

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Excellence in Writing


Andrew Pudewa joins Life Plus Homeschooling to discuss teaching methods homeschool parents can implement to improve their child's writing.

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Planning Ahead without Missing Today


Fall is in full swing. Thanksgiving is almost here. Yet I find myself a bit distracted. I’ve been thinking about Christmas for quite some time already! Are we really still just now heading into Thanksgiving? But it’s not Christmas yet! ...

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Must Reads Homeschool Edition, November 22, 2014

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Welcome to “Must Reads: Homeschool Edition” for November 22, 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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History for Early Learners

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Learn How to Love History When I was a homeschool student, history was one of my favorite subjects, but my love for it went well beyond the end of our homeschool day. I was thinking about what my parents did ...

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