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USS Arizona burning after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor photo and caption credit Franklin D. Roosevelt Library Public Domain Photographs When the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 19 ... discuss

Next month, hundreds of thousands of people will join the March for Life in Washington, D.C. But what if there were three times that many praying? January 22nd is the 43rd anniversary of the worst Sup ... discuss

Contact: Michael Farris, Jr., Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA), 540-338-5600, mfarrisjr@hslda.org   PURCELLVILLE, Va., Dec. 5, 2016 /Christian Newswire/ -- The Home School Legal Defense ... discuss

. . . It appears kids are learning more at public school than some parents have bargained for. Time to homeschool? Editorial Cartoon by AF "Tony" Branco Tags: Editorial Cartoon, AF Branco, Save the C ... discuss

Contact: Michael Farris, Jr., Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA), 540-338-5600, mfarrisjr@hslda.org   PURCELLVILLE, Va., Dec. 5, 2016 /Christian Newswire/ -- The Home School Legal Defense ... discuss

CC 2.0 via FlickrThe internet has opened a virtual great awakening in the spread of information.  Much of this information has been negative, and sometimes misleading.  Many have troubled ov ... discuss

Gondolin, via Wikimedia CommonsTime and again humanity on this Earth comes to the brink of collapse.  We live in a world where there is a rather large pit of darkness.  And many times a cent ... discuss

I have mentioned many times how much we are enjoying the high school curriculum resources from 7 Sisters Homeschool, including their Speech and Public Speaking course and their high school writing co ... discuss

Is it angry white people that changed the election and yielded the presidency to Donald Trump?  Maybe so, maybe so.  But it wasn't just white people.  It was Hispanics, black people, an ... discuss

Now it's time to get to work at building a better future. Trump is president-elect, but there is only one king: Jesus Christ. God is sovereign. May his will be done. And may we Christians who care ... discuss

In Michigan we are not required to name our homeschool, but I thought that “Hannah-Bear High School”  wouldn’t look terribly professional on a diploma or transcript, so we finally s ... discuss

Well, I missed a week because of Memorial Day. Oh well! Listening To:Our teens and some of their friends meet on a weekly basis to work on a capella singing - including both secular and sacred pieces. ... discuss

I love to text like the next gal. I love my iPhone and tweet with the best of them. I can fit my political angst and bible verses into 140 characters most days. But what affect is texting having on t ... discuss

Because of some repairs we needed to make to our house (a door that had a rotten frame, walls that needed paint, carpet that needed to be replaced), I decided to tackle a Pinterest-worthy dream IR ... discuss

Sprittibee’s Star Students You might not want to look at this if you are no where near ready for 2016-17 and are taking your sweet time off this summer to soak up some sun and sanity. Me, on the ... discuss

A friend of mine came to me this week in private and told me she wanted to get off the homeschool train. She asked me if I had ever thought of quitting. I admitted to her that it was a constant battl ... discuss

I get a lot of junk mail, email, and information pushed at me as a blogger and homeschool mom – and let’s face it – as a human being. This week, however, as I got ready to trash ano ... discuss

By now some of you already know that I was diagnosed with stage three (B – if the B means something to you) colon cancer a week or so ago after going to the hospital for an unrelated issue. App ... discuss

cc 2.0 via FlickrThe big choice is before us, coming up very quickly.  Who should I vote for, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, or someone else?  I think it's important that we address this iss ... discuss

Ramona, when she was three. (I originally posted this three years ago): I have a confession: I don't read much about homeschooling anymore.Not because there aren't a million inspirational, wise, ... discuss

Statue of the "Minute Man" via Wikimedia CC 2.0The Heritage Action Sentinel program is a stroke of genius in the realm of political change.  Few organizations truly realize the potential in assem ... discuss

The symbol of leftist media bias, the New York Times headquarters, via Wikipedia.To me it seems like the mainstream media has been able to steal another election for the Democratic party.  The sa ... discuss

Trump vs. Hillary caricature via wikimedia commonsPolitical satire isn't just funny. Though it certainly is quite entertaining. But perhaps the most refreshing thing about political satire is that i ... discuss

Politics is the art of seeing through the lies and to the truth of any given situation. This is never easy. There are layers to each issue, there are talking points put out by candidates, and then t ... discuss

As we wrap up our second school year using Catholic Schoolhouse and interacting with many educators on Facebook interested in the program, I thought it would be helpful if I went throug ... discuss

Running Through My Head Today:Weird. I'm not sure that I have a song running through my head this morning.Grateful For:Gus and Ria at Mirror Lake in YosemiteHomeschooling.  No, it's not perfect. ... discuss

This article is my response to Halle Levine's piece at Yahoo news. If I knew my daughter had Down syndrome I would have aborted her; all women should have that right. [if gte mso 9]> Normal 0 ... discuss

This is a post I have wanted to craft for many years now.  It leaps into my thoughts at unwelcome times and I try to chase it away.I tell this post that it will offend many of my dear friends.I c ... discuss

WHAT IS THIS BLOG TOUR?Catholic Sistas is pleased to announce The Official Catholic Through The Year Blog Tour! This blog tour is intended to spread the word about this budget friendly downloadab ... discuss

This post is dedicated to the Curriculum Sale Blog Hop which is sponsored by Shower of Roses.  Click here to view the original post which includes other items for sale on other blogs.Thanks to Sh ... discuss

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Foster parenting can be a lonely business. It is tough to go out into the world and join playdates and homeschool co ops with families who just don't get it. Many try and many are willing to jump in ... discuss

Last summer, Carl E. Olson at Catholic World Report, exposed the horrendous state of Catholic high school summer reading lists by highlighting one particularly smutty and ludicrously vulgar novel assi ... discuss

A roundup of links to start off your week. In today's edition: dispelling homeschool myths, how to worship when you don't feel like it, the Christian Industrial complex, and more.************Matt Wals ... discuss

Here is my most recent article written for CatholicSistas.com for a series entitled {Catholic} Homeschooling 101:Okay ladies, do not laugh but here it is: a foolproof plan for your {Catholic} Homescho ... discuss

7 Quick Takes - Hosted at www.conversiondiary.com --- 1 ---I apologize that I have been horrible at blogging lately, I've been horrible at writing lately.  I feel as though I've been horrible a ... discuss

If you are teaching reading to your little one or have a child who is having trouble reading, then it is vital that they become proficient in sight words. Sight words are about 87% of all the words ... discuss

When I was in college, I prayed and discerned a vocation to become a sister or a nun.  I was enthralled by the Carmelite Sisters of the Sacred Heart; of which I had had the honor of working wi ... discuss

Writing has always been a priority in our Catholic Homeschool from when we first started, I’ve always provided our children with papers and writing utensils of all kinds.  I have basically ... discuss

Selecting a curriculum can be a truly overwhelming task each year for homeschooling mothers.  So many times I have said to myself, “if I could see that book, I’d know if I want it!” &nbs ... discuss

I received this story from Ann over at As They Rise Up It is a beautiful story she shares in hopes that others don't make the same mistake she made.  I was young when I got married, onl ... discuss

For me, homeschooling was about pride for a long time. We were going to do everything differently from schooled children, every day, and all the time. There was no way I was going to teach my child ... discuss

Quite often I am asked about how I deal with teaching religion in our homeschool. My thoughts on this have evolved over our 15+ years of homeschooling, mainly because I have evolved over that same ... discuss

If you have been following our series, I first wrote about the 10 Steps to Start Catholic Homeschooling and then on Goal Setting in the Catholic Homeschool, now we are going to discuss the di ... discuss

Have you set goals for your homeschool before you began your journey?   Are you thinking about homeschooling your children but do not really know the reasons why? Here is an easy way to ... discuss

The inconsistencies surrounding educational programs throughout the nation, in combination with the educational needs of particular students, have resulted in the increasing popularity of home schooli ... discuss

There are a myriad of different reasons why people choose to homeschool their children: there is the economic benefit of avoiding high private school fees; there is the convenience of scheduling schoo ... discuss

Home schooling is now, more than ever, being considered as a viable alternative to traditional schooling. The reasons for which are diverse ranging from cultural/religious beliefs to economic matters. ... discuss

Homeschooling gives two benefits for parents and child; getting together with a valuable learning experience and strengthening family bonds. That advantages og homeschooling make us see why homeschool ... discuss

Most Americans do not homeschool their children. However, those who do, certainly have good reasons. Although there are advocates on both sides of this educational issue, it is important to understand ... discuss

Well, you have decided to homeschool your child instead send him to public school. However many of us, new homeschooling family, are not familiar with the steps or phases should be done to set up, run ... discuss

Running homeschooling for child is not cheap. Keeping it with high quality is very expensive. Homeschooling costs so much because it need good curriculum, If You can't afford it by your self you need ... discuss

One of the most important things you must have when you homschool your child is an appropriate curriculum. If you have enough budget to buy, there will be no any serious matter to think. But how if yo ... discuss

Homeschooling is a practical alternative or replacement to schooling institutions. In conformity with your state laws concerning this kind of education, children study and learn under the parents’ s ... discuss

Seeing your children go to school and learn things can be fun. It makes you feel that you have, in a way, imparted them the most treasured gift that you can give them, best education.However, with man ... discuss

Those are the words that God has been shouting at me lately.  If you recall, THIS POST was written almost a year ago to the day.  So much has happened in this past year.  Our lives have ... discuss

I've been so busy these past few weeks that many things have gone neglected.  My house isn't as clean, meals are simple & fast, & I haven't changed the sheets on my bed in 2 weeks.  Gross, I know. ... discuss

by Patrick B. Craine WASHINGTON, D.C., July 17, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Home School Legal Defense Association is warning about what it says is a grave threat to parental rights if the U.S. Sen ... discuss

by Ben Johnson TURTLE BAY, NEW YORK, May 1, 2012, (LifeSiteNews.com) – In a significant victory for parental rights worldwide, a Vatican representative said all parents have the right to homeschool ... discuss

I'm having one of those days days when I wish my kids weren't around.  Homeschooling, while a blessing, is quite often a trial for me, too.  I miss the days when the kids went off to school ... discuss

 If a store sells inferior products or a business gives bad service, most customers will not come back and that store or business will eventually go bankrupt. If public schools sell bad education ... discuss

Children have very powerful minds. They spend a lot of time trying to impress their parents and become more like them. When public schools and day cares take over part of that day, they begin placing ... discuss

at Catholic OnlineThe 2010-11 school year marked my first as a homeschooling mom.  For two years our daughters had attended Catholic schools, but this school year was the grand opening of the Har ... discuss

by Patrick B. Craine AUSTIN, Texas, May 30, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Following the controversy over a statement from the Diocese of Austin deriding homeschooling, the head of the world’s larges ... discuss

Timely post from The Homeschool Channel:The Homeschool Channel - [Blog]Site Feed ... discuss

I realize that the majority of the posts in this blog are political in nature, but one of my reasons for choosing to homeschool my children this year was also political in nature.  If you haven' ... discuss

What a busy week!Monday: A Beka was in town so we went over to order some books for my brother's freshman year in high school. (He's in high school?! Boy am I getting old...lol.) And even though I'm f ... discuss

If you homeschool or know somebody who does, HomeschoolMomTips blog might be for you.(Hat tip) ... discuss

Addendum: The webinar went great and now you can watch the recording!This is going to be one awesome webinar! And it's free!Webinar Description:One Small Step for Parents, One Giant Leap for Homeschoo ... discuss

Kris Correira is going to be teaching a 6-week online class called Blood in Sickness and in Health that is about blood physiology and pathophysiology. This is an awesome opportunity for high school st ... discuss

This is very cool. Click on the link below for the entire article. It's a great example for homeschool students. Kids can accomplish great things too!7th-Graders Discover Mysterious Cave on MarsA grou ... discuss

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TYRANNY FROM THE WHITEHOUSE Expert on Leadership Says Obama’s Style Reminiscent of King George Waco, Texas—With 58 percent of Independent voters expressing a negative opinion ... discuss

Happy feast of All Saints to all! This year our family is celebrating All Saints two days in a row, on Sunday and Monday. On Sunday with the homeschool group and on Monday, on the actual Feast D ... discuss

Like everyone else, I've been quite busy the last few days, which would explain why I haven't been updating anything here. I literally HATE shopping and normally put it off to the last minute. This ... discuss

A good question, asked today by the American Family association...AFA PollShould we replace the birth of Christ to date time (BC/AD) with a secular dating method (BCE/CE)?Read the information below an ... discuss

Greetings to one and all,Thank you to each and every one of you who sent me an email in response to my last update. For those of you who are still procrastinating, as I did this email, I would still l ... discuss

Last week Domenico Ruggiero gave an awesome webinar on his work at NASA. It was a wonderful learning experience for my family. The great news is that the webinar was recorded and you can watch it your ... discuss

Last week Homeschool Connections held a free webinar to give parents and students a chance to meet & greet the Economics professor. It was a great hour where we all explored the technology and learned ... discuss

We joined the other families in our homeschool baseball team for a game at Ed Smith Stadium tonight. Our team won, and our family had a fun. The whole atmosphere of the game was great; the cool fresh ... discuss

LaShawn Barber has written a post on an unfortunate curriculum decision made by the Montgomery County, MD school system. Over the objections of parents, the adopted curriculum includes films which sho ... discuss

Remember the post last week about the Montgomery County MD school board...condoms and cucumbers? Well it seems that a group of citizens has decided that they won't take this lying down (minds out of t ... discuss

It's a war. If you don't believe me, just check out this article regarding the rights of families in Germany to educate their own children. Apparently, it's not allowed. Hasn't been allowed since...G ... discuss

I'm working my way... ever so slowly...through emails and letters....Which oil is best… organic, expeller-pressed or cold pressed? - J.M. in OKActually, cold pressed oils are simply oils that have b ... discuss

Today, we're taking a little break from the usual Q&A to bring you a special announcement.If you're starting to think about college then you'll want to check out Catholic Colleges Month. It's hosted b ... discuss

Commentary by Michael Smith, President, Homeschool Legal Defense Association November 13, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Since the election of Barack Obama as U.S. president, HSLDA has received more than a ... discuss

After watching this three minute video clipped from a Finnish documentary studying political influence in our schools, I come away with two throughts.  One - I can understand why so many homeschool t ... discuss

One year later… the rant and the report…and a few reflections and ruminations…Be prepared… grab a cup of herb tea 'cause this is a pretty long post.I get a lot of emails from all sorts of good ... discuss

The snow fell throughout the day and veiled the grey day and night with pristine light and hushed the hurried world around us. And all of the kiddos, and mom thrown in to boot, have a cold and some so ... discuss

Winter skies are some of the best for stargazing. Just ask my resident astronomer, Kevin. Even where we are staying now, with the light pollution from suburbia, we are able to view some magnificient s ... discuss

I would like to take the time to thank all of those who send me awards. Sometimes, I get submissions from two or three different folks for the same award, and I am so very humbled and overwhelmed by i ... discuss

e music button in sidebar...If you love Jane Austen, you are going to love the next few months on PBS...Perhaps you are like me and are hopelessly in love with Captain Wentworth (Ciaran Hinds in Persu ... discuss

One year finished. 365 days. 8 765.81277 hours. 525 948.766 minutes put to rest. Minutes and minutes of the littles repeating phonic drills, building lego creations, and collecting slimy critters disc ... discuss

Some of you know how we are staying with my sister and her family during the holidays. My prayer is that the old wounds... fractured hearts... cracks that have over the years turned into enormous cre ... discuss

After talking with my good friend Julie the other day, it came to light that I forgot to mention in this article, and discuss in more detail, a very important defense in the quest to keep you and your ... discuss

I have so many emails asking me where I've been. Why such a long lapse in writing? I wish I could write about all the great adventures I've been experiencing, and share about how each day has been fil ... discuss

Like everyone else, I've been quite busy the last few days, which would explain why I haven't been updating anything here. I literally HATE shopping and normally put it off to the last minute. This ... discuss

Good grief! Where did 18 go? That's right folks, today the Boy Scout Blogger turns the big 1-9. With the teen years fading fast, I feel I should be reflecting on where I have been. But life seems to ... discuss

Reason 5,984,637 to homeschool your kid….Via WND While two parents in Lexington, Mass., are upset about the fact their second-grade son was read a fantasy book in school about two princes getting m ... discuss

I firmly believe we are living in historic times. I further believe that God is raising up a generation of young people, specifically those in the Christian, homeschool community, who will one day ass ... discuss




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