Category Archives: Home Education Out Of The Box

Profiles in Education Part 6

Meet Leah, another homeschool gradate, a very educated young lady who is making a difference in many children around the world through her minstry.   Be inspired as you learn about Leah’s

Nurturing Children Through A Read-Aloud Story Hour

One of the most beautiful scenes is a mother sitting with a book and her children snuggled around her.  My children absolutely love this time.  It is a time of closeness and

Home Education Out Of The Box Part 5

Here we have a young family who vertured to tour the world in one year.  This homeschool family were worldschooling like real troopers.  We might never have this superb oppotunity, maybe not

Profiles in Home Education – Part 4

Here are two inspiring stories of two young men who see the world out of the box.    Be challenged by this amazing story of Kelvin Doe.  But, beware!  He is portrayed

Profiles of Home Education Part 2

Today we will look at two homeschooled students who are leading in two different arenas.  Photography as a field of artistic study and in the Pro-life movement as a warrior of righteousness.

Home Education Takes the Lead

It is encouraging to see homeschooled students continue to break ground in different arenas and in different ways.   When America was founded, the founding fathers were home schooled and finishing College

2013 Lake Tahoe Adventure

We were grateful to go to Lake Tahoe this year.  In a time of year where there would be a few fun patches of snow and the sun will be warm enough

Our Family Rules from the Duggar’s

I like to put things on the wall that will remind my family and I of God’s Word and what He expects of us as His children.  God even commands us to

Papa Bear’s Blueberry Muffins

Destiny likes to cuddle with the cute story of Goldilocks.   The story ends with everyone eating blueberry muffins.  Now Destiny like to help bake these and enjoy them with a glass

10 Ways to Make Your Children Hate Learning

Ten Ways to Make Your Children Hate Learning — by Victoria Botkin 1. Exasperate them with bureaucratic micro-management (ie. Insist that they do everything just the way the Teacher’s Guide told you

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