As the end of the traditional school year is upon us, there is excitement in the air. It seems as though whether your a structured classic education homeschooler, a die-hard unschooler, or somewhere in between, the feeling of summer brings about anticipation. Every where you look there are exciting programs for the young and old. From online adult reading groups to local park summer camps, everyone can participate in something exciting. So whether you “book” you kids solid through the summer months, or lay around the house from June to September, why not have fun learning at the same time? [Read more...]
And ye shall teach them your children, speaking of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, when thou liest down, and when thou risest up. Deuteronomy 11:19
When I read this verse and really think of what God is commanding us parents to do, I get a little overwhelmed. That is a lot of teaching: in the house, when we’re traveling around town, when we lay down for bed, and when we get up in the morning. It is a great reminder of the magnitude of the task at hand.
When we become parents for the first time, an amazing transformation [Read more...]