Incorporating Your Preschooler into Your Homeschool

by Valerie Bendt Educational psychologists claim that more than half of a child’s learning occurs during his first few years,

Training Toddlers and Preschool Children

Training Toddlers and Preschool Children by Kerin Morgan In the whole scheme of things, toddler years are very short. But

Learning Through Preschool Play

Learning Through Play by Emily Krisko Children have an undeniable thirst to learn. If you have ever been driving a

Relaxing Over Preschool

by Mary Kay Smith In our house, it is clear that all men are not created equal. In fact, the

Baby on the Move: Homeschooling with a Toddler

In many ways, this homeschooling with a toddler is best described as “constantly re-inventing the wheel”! We know that “the

Learning with Legos: Eight Ways Lego Play Boosts Literacy

“Play is the highest form of research.” ~ Albert Einstein The word Lego® conjures up many favorable thoughts for parents

He Won’t Get Married In Diapers: Worry-Free Parenting

by Sandra Modersohn My husband and I have been blessed with five amazing children, and though I certainly do not

Training Toddlers & Preschoolers

By Kerin Morgan In the whole scheme of things, our toddlers’ years are very short. But these are the years

Preparing the Busy Toddler for the HEAV Convention

by Kyndra Steinmann The annual HEAV Convention is one of the highlights of our school year. It marks the end

Toddler Schooling: 5 Amazing Skills to Teach Your Two Year Old

Lately, the toddler (20 months) has been wanting to do whatever the big kids are doing. If they are emptying

Teaching Art to Young Children

by Sharon Jeffus When we think of art for preschool and early elementary, we need to think of fun and

Learning to Read Is Like Learning to Speak

by Kyndra Steinmann Lately the toddler tornado has been experiencing a language explosion! Every day or two she has a

Special Needs and Parents’ Rights

Q. May I remove my preschooler with special needs from school and educate him at home? Are there additional requirements?

Religious Exemption for Preschoolers

Q. I would like to seek a religious exemption for my three-year-old preschooler since, as a parent, I have been

Beginning with a Preschooler

Q. I am thinking about homeschooling my preschooler. Can you recommend any resources? A. The preschool years are a wonderful