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,...
They’ll Turn Out Okay

They’ll Turn Out Okay

Spring 2018 / by Evelyn Bickley The stress. The anxiety. Every homeschool parent has experienced these same doubts and fears: I may be doing this wrong. Surely a “professional” would be doing a better job! I don’t know everything! Maybe I won’t teach them everything...
Eight Reasons Kids Learn Best at Home

Eight Reasons Kids Learn Best at Home

​ 11 Mar 2015 After I finished homeschooling our kids, I headed back to school myself to complete a Ph.D. in educational psychology. I wanted to know how kids learn best. Wouldn’t that be helpful information for homeschooling moms and dads? Boy did God blow my socks...
The Strange Case of the Curious Child

The Strange Case of the Curious Child

​ 25 Feb 2015 When my children were little, I remember watching my wife sitting with one of them in her lap and flipping through the pages of a book. My child would point to a picture in the book and ask, “What’s that?” My wife would reply, “A cow,” then turn the...
A Letter to Me—Circa 2009

A Letter to Me—Circa 2009

27 Aug 2014 I’ve been homeschooling since 2009 when my oldest daughter was in the second grade, my middle daughter was three years old, and I was pregnant with my third daughter. I wish I had known then what I know now. If I could go back to 2009, here’s what I’d tell...