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2014 Issues
January/February 2014
  • Recapturing the Joy: What to do when you don't enjoy homeschooling
  • Teens and Tech: Getting the Most Out of Technology
  • Organizing on the Go
  • 8 Tips to Make It Through the Mid-Year Slump
  • Have No Fear of Socialization
March/April 2014
  • Management For Moms On the Go
  • How I Let Go of Guilt, Ditched Comparisons, and Embraced Uniqueness
  • Confessions of a Consummate Failure
  • Developing Disciplined Minds
2013 Issues
January/February 2013
  • Get Ready For Your Best Year Yet!
  • The Truth About Early Education
  • Are We Expecting Too Little?
  • Learning to Savor the Journey
  • When Loved Ones Don't Approve
March/April 2013
  • Super Simple Ways to Build Math Readiness
  • 3 Myths Christians Buy About Education
  • Is College Right For You?
  • Secrets to Raising Independent, Motivated Kids
  • Beat the Frenzy: One Mom's Search for Stillness
May/June 2013
  • The Attitude Approach
  • Success Story: How Self-Teaching Changes Everything
  • The Family Solution: Key to Reclaiming the Culture
  • Avoid a Bad Start to Next Year
  • Stressed Out Trying to Do It All? One Mom Shares Her Solution
July/August 2013
  • Climbing High: A Biblical Perspective on Achievement
  • How to Choose Curriculum with Confidence and Joy
  • Ten Prayers for our Tiny Tots
  • Common Core: A Threat to Homeschoolers?
  • Summer Learning: Many Options for Many Needs
Sept/Oct 2013
  • The Absolute Necessity of Christian Education
  • Homeschooling in Spite of Fears
  • The Amazingly Positive Path of Homeschooling
  • Getting Your Kids Hooked on History
  • Just Who Am I Homeschooling For, Anyway?
Nov/Dec 2013
  • The Dark Side of Efficiency
  • 29 Great Books to Enjoy This Holiday Season
  • Home: The Best Place on Earth
  • No Batteries Required: Giving Our Children the Gift of Tradition
  • Why We Love Homeschooling
2012 Issues
January/February 2012
  • Crisis Homeschooling: Making it Through the Rough Times
  • Creating a Healthy Home Atmosphere
  • Do Kids Have to Become "Teenagers"?
  • They're Not Even Trying
March/April 2012
  • Choosing Home: How I Abandoned Myself to God to Serve My Family
  • An Extraordinary Homeschool Experience
  • Reality Check: What to Do When We Feel We Don't "Measure Up"
  • The Frugal Chariot: How to Get the Most Out of Literature
May/June 2012
  • The Call to Homeschool
  • Influencing Your Culture: Volunteering and Your Teen
  • Understanding the Creative Mind
  • Be "That" Mom
  • Learning Doesn't Just Happen at the Desk
July/August 2012
  • Getting Off the Homeschool Hamster Wheel
  • The Approval that Matters the Most
  • Decoding the SAT
  • Fresh Perspective
  • Play - For the Fun Of It
Sept/Oct 2012
  • What Homeschooling Can (and Can't) Do For Your Children
  • Conquering Mediocrity in the Pursuit of Excellence
  • The Science of Ancient Greece
  • Let Nature Be Your Teacher
Nov/Dec 2012
  • 6 Negative Parenting Styles and Why to Avoid Them
  • Homeschooling by Priorities During the Holidays
  • Education: The Bible Has More To Say Than You Think
  • Meet the College Admissions Officer
2011 Issues
January/February 2011
  • Simple Homeschooling
  • Marriage vs. Homeschooling?
  • 10 Steps to a More Organized Schedule
  • The Sweet Taste of Comparison
March/April 2011
  • Kids Who Have to Work Too Hard to Learn
  • The Art of Storytelling
  • Home School Home Economics
  • Why Homeschooling is Priceless - Even on Difficult Days
May/June 2011
  • Bountiful Homeschooling on a Budget
  • Committed to Completion
  • If You Don't Have Time to Do it Right
  • Record Keeping for the Uninitiated
July/August 2011
  • Steps for Reading Readiness
  • Dispelling Myths: "Keeping Up" with public schools?
  • Christianity and the Arts
  • Miracle on Webster Avenue: The power of sharing real-life stories, experiences, and wisdom with our kids
Sept/Oct 2011
  • Asking Questions, Analyzing Answers
  • How to Evaluate Your Teen's Work
  • Why "Go Outside and Play" is Not P.E.
  • My Homeschooling Mistakes...and Redemption
Nov/Dec 2011
  • 4 Easy Ideas for the Artistically Challenged
  • Are Homeschool Graduates Greedy, Apathetic, and Unprepared for Life?
  • Is the Grass Really Greener?
  • Distinctively Family
2010 Issues
January/February 2010
  • How to Instill the Love of Learning
  • 7 Ideas for a Mid-Year Makeover
  • Tips for Teaching Multiple Ages
  • What to Teach Before You Begin Teaching
March/April 2010
  • The Value of One-on-One Time
  • Choosing Good Books
  • Free Time: My Favorite Part of Being Homeschooled
  • Underwhelmed Homeschooler: The Ownership Principle
May/June 2010
  • Motivation for Mom
  • When You Can't Read Fast Enough
  • Teaching Preschoolers in a Busy House
  • The Bible as Literature
July/August 2010
  • How to Survive a Learning Plateau
  • Training the Imagination Through Imitation
  • Raising Entrepreneurs
  • Who Needs the Arts?
Sept/Oct 2010
  • Staying In the Trenches, But Out of the Ruts
  • Too Young for Math?
  • Homeschooling at the Foot of the Cross
  • Creating a Joyful
Nov/Dec 2010
  • Simple Ways to Enhance Any Curriculum
  • Homeschooled and Normal
  • Are You Paying Attention?
  • Literal Math for Little Minds
  • Creating a Family Culture of Peace
2009 Issues
January/February 2009
  • Beating the Mid-Year Slump
  • Getting Attitudes Right
  • Is Non-Traditional College for You?
  • 25 Ways to Help Your Household Budget
March/April 2009
  • Learning from the Journey
  • Getting Dad Involved
  • Confessions of a Former Housework-Hater
  • Are You Your Own Worst Enemy?
May/June 2009
  • No Average Homeschool Mom
  • The Year in Review
  • Kids and Chores?
  • The Heroism of Motherhood
July/August 2009
  • Summer Learning Made Fun!
  • Thinking Skills for Kids
  • The Quest for the Perfect Curriculum
  • Homeschooling With Eternity in Mind
Sept/Oct 2009
  • Raising a Creative Child
  • The Power of the Small Things
  • When Reading is Hard
  • Fighting the Paper Monster
Nov/Dec 2009
  • Seven Keys to Communication
  • Remembering the Cost of NOT Homeschooling
  • Who's His Hero?
  • 29 Great Books to Enjoy as a Family This Holiday Season