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Raising Kids to Do Hard Things Giveaway

Posted on Sep 4 2014 in Events by admin

Raising Kids to Do Hard Things Conference With Gregg Harris Chesapeake/Virginia Beach – September 13 Northern Virginia – September 20 Gregg Harris, the father of Josh Gregg Harris, the father of Josh Harris, author of I Kissed Dating Goodbye, and Alex & Brett Harris, co-authors of Do Hard Things, presents this seminar parent-to-parent, providing information […]

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Family Economics and Mentorship Giveaway

Posted on Sep 4 2014 in Events by admin

Family Economics and Mentorship Conference Hampton – November 6-8, 2014 More than a “how-to” seminar on starting a business (although there’s plenty of that, too), the Family Economics and Mentorship conference is about learning to use that family business or ministry as a vehicle—not just to earn money and teach entrepreneurship—but to foster a closer […]

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Great Conversationalists Giveaway!

Posted on Sep 2 2014 in Events by admin

by Kim Cupo   Want to dispel the homeschool socialization myth forever? Create great conversationalists! Steven and Teri Maxwell’s book, Making Great Conversationalists, enables you to intentionally and successfully train your children to engage in meaningful conversations with others. A thorough exploration of the subject matter is presented in a practical format with “Real Life,” […]

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Does Attitude Matter?

Posted on Sep 2 2014 in Hearts and Hands by admin

by Kyndra Steinmann A question was brought up by a friend after my recent post about getting back into routine:   “I focused on attitude almost exclusively, figuring that jobs would be well done if the attitudes were right. For some of the children this meant a LOT of doing jobs over until they were […]

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Special Needs and Parents’ Rights

Posted on Aug 31 2014 in Homeschool Q&A by admin

Q. May I remove my preschooler with special needs from school and educate him at home? Are there additional requirements? A. According to the Individuals with Disability Education Act (IDEA), school districts must locate, identify, and evaluate children aged 3–22 who have disabilities affecting educational performance. Local school systems then provide special-education services to these […]