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I’ve Got the Power!

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Teaching through integrative and creative learning involves connecting all the dots and giving kids the tools to see the relationships between everything they are learning. Lori Lane explains how this teaching and learning model works.

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Teach Your Child Daily Order

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As you establish routines with your children, how do you get them to understand the order of the day? HEDUA’s curriculum specialist is here to help you with some early learning tips for teaching your child daily order.   Establish ...

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Learn from My Homeschool Mistakes

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Every home educator has a list of things they’d do differently if life came with a “do-over” button (unless they’re wildly proud and in serious denial). Now that our daughter is a junior and taking dual credit courses for college ...

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A Conversation with Diana Waring

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Three tattered, well-loved books rest on my shelves, and I don’t think I’ll ever get rid of them. I’ve lent them out to friends and read them repeatedly myself for motivation and inspiration. The titles? Beyond Survival, Reaping the Harvest, ...

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Teaching Young Patriots to Think

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download Building Critical Thinkers Thinking is a cognitive activity, one that is often overlooked in educating our children. Join the Life Plus Homeschooling crew as they speak with Debbie Strayer and Ashley Wiggers about creating ...

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Misconceptions About Homeschooling

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Often when people hear the word “homeschoolers” they think of awkward children who don’t know how to connect with the real world. What many people don’t realize is that not all homeschoolers are the same. Here’s a glimpse at why ...

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The Dangers of Family Bonding

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Winter Family Field Trips Field trips in the winter months can be near-death experiences. Maybe that’s only in my family, I don’t know, but perhaps you can relate to some of our winter fun episodes. Of course, some of these ...

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Preference or Conviction

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If we are following a biblical worldview, our chief end shouldn't be to go to college or to get a good job and make a lot of money, but rather to know, love, and serve God, and to love and serve other people.

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Quick Tips for Teaching Your Youngest Learners!

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The Beauty of Learning Together My first years as a homeschool student were calm. As a pioneer homeschooler on the mission field, Mom chose the “bring the classroom home” method. We had desks and class periods. The structure of our ...

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The Lit Life: Pioneer Day Camp

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Books as a Springboard to Life in the Past We noticed the old buildings and then the sign, Pioneer Park. We were new to the area, recent transplants from the city who had come to rural Minnesota for the ultimate ...

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