The Five Ps of Picking Curriculum

The Five Ps of Picking Curriculum

Spring 2019 / by T.K. Chapman Ah, spring! The trees are budding, the flowers are blooming, and the birds and bugs are emerging. Homeschool catalogs appearing in your mailbox. An unmistakable freshness and newness permeates the air. It’s the time of year when many...
Feel the Rain

Feel the Rain

Spring 2019 / by Daphne Petrey One day in the middle of a lengthy wet spell, my three daughters and I were at home getting a little stir crazy—some more than others. When the rain finally let up a bit, and one asked to go outside, I said, “Yes!” I figured a little...
Sit. Down. Now.

Sit. Down. Now.

Spring 2019 / by Kirk Martin Sit. Down. Now. No, this isn’t about commanding your children to do something. This is for you! Sit. Down. Now. Sit down the next time you feel like stomping through the living room while yelling at your children. Sit down next the...
Enough

Enough

Spring 2019 / by Sam Sorbo (Excerpted from They’re YOUR Kids) The year I had my oldest, Braeden, in fourth grade and my middle child, Shane, in second, things were going quite smoothly. The boys were progressing well in their academics: grammar, math, geography,...