Fourth of July is not just about barbecues and fireworks! SCH Contributor Kimberly Kulp shares some tips to help plan activities for teaching your kids about Independence Day & the history behind the holiday.
In a country where food is plentiful, we have a tendency to overlook the importance of thankfulness about our meals. Tricia Goyer encourages families to think of the meal as a gift from the Father.
I want them to feel prepared and confident as they step out on the playground, the board room or the mission field.
Life as a mom is full of choices, not the least of which is the choice of how we will educate our kids.
“You don’t have to be perfect to home school…you just must be willing to improve.”
Books, videos, and worksheets do not teach your children; you do. If you can teach your child to read, write, and study or research, the world is open to them. What really counts is the character they will develop while under your care.