Screens and Teens – A Review

Screens and Teens – A Review

(The following is a review of the book Screens and Teens by Kathy Koch, Ph.D. For more information on Dr. Kathy and her book, check out her website.) Raising happy, God-fearing children is an extremely complex task in a world filled with so many sources of...

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Dyslexia Outside-the-Box- Review

Dyslexia Outside-the-Box- Review

  Dyslexia Outside-the-Box by Beth Ellen Nash I can still remember the day the testing results came back.  I was looking at all of the scores, trying to interpret what I saw from an educator point of view while knowing that this was my child.  Normal, normal,...

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Museum of the Bible Review

Museum of the Bible Review

Museum of the Bible We are museum go-ers, history lovers, and knowledge gather-ers. So, it was no surprise that on our recent trip to Washington, D.C., we took a day to visit the Museum of the Bible. Our group included international evangelists with Louis Palou...

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An Introduction to Speech and Debate

An Introduction to Speech and Debate

I thought about giving this post the following headline: "Confessions of a Debate Coach who is still afraid of public speaking.” After further reflection, that title (while accurate) seemed a little long and perhaps you might stop reading and immediately pull your...

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Simply Classical is Simply Amazing

Simply Classical is Simply Amazing

(The following is a guest post from True North Homeschool Academy teacher Amy Vickrey, MSE) I first heard about Cheryl Swope and her approach to Classical Education through my volunteer work with SPED Homeschool.  The more I heard, the more I was interested in...

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RightStart Math Games Review

RightStart Math Games Review

The following post is written by Amy Vickery, True North Homeschool Academy Special Needs Teacher. Having taught for 16 years, I have seen many different approaches to math.  I have found that the best approach is to be hands-on, visual, consistent, and thorough. ...

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Math U See & Struggling Learners

Math U See & Struggling Learners

When our kids struggle with math, it is often difficult to find a good “fit” to teach skills.  Older students who struggle with lower math don’t want something that looks “baby-ish” or has a lower grade level plastered all over it!  Here are some suggestions and ideas...

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Life-Planning During High School

Life-Planning During High School

(Be sure to catch the AMAZING giveaway we have going on at the bottom of this post!!  It's only good for a limited time so check it out now!!) Getting your teen started in life planning The hardest part of this process is getting started. Respecting your teen’s input...

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