As we continue our Bible study from my Juggling Life’s Responsibilities, we see this question: “According to Psalm 111:10, where does wisdom begin?” “The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom; all who follow his precepts have good understanding” (Psalm 111:10). “What does it mean to ‘fear the LORD’?” Since a common form
How can we motivate our children to learn? I absolutely love homeschooling and have no desire to educate my children in any other way, but admittedly, one of the biggest drawbacks to homeschooling is the lack of competition and the give-and-take that can happen in a good classroom. I’ve personally found this is difficult to
If I invited a professional organizer to come over to my house and help me with my goal of organizing all my homeschooling “stuff,” the first thing this expert would do is sit me down in my living room. She’d pull out a clipboard, and she’d start to ask me questions. “Anne, what’s not working?
Today I want to quickly list a few “homeschooling” goals that are straight from Scripture. I’m hoping to gain some principles I can use to choose a homeschooling philosophy, method and curriculum out of the trillions of options that are available to me. Actually, these are goals for all parents, not just homeschoolers, so everyone
Ladies, it’s late at night when I’m writing this, and I have simply got to get to bed. My eyes are heavy… I’m falling asleep… Seriously, I’m breaking my be-in-bed-by-ten-o’clock rule. 🙂 I didn’t have time to finish this blog post as I wanted to, but I’ll give you what I’ve got so far. Earlier
We’re deep into the history of Rome here in our homeschool, currently studying the ceasars before Nero, during the spread of the gospel and the lives of the apostles. It’s really fascinating stuff! 🙂 We recently studied about some of the temples constructed for their gods. In addition, I’ve been reading Henry Morris’ book, The