I admit it. In our house, we generally read for pure entertainment. It would be stretching the truth to claim anything less. It’s pretty difficult to become an avid reader if you don’t actually enjoy reading.
For the real book addicts, though, we’ll try pretty much anything once. My dad is like that. I once caught him reading a category romance that I’d picked up in a 3 for $1 bin – he’d run out of reading material. Reading straight the dictionary or an encyclopedia, same difference: those were normal in the house . . . → Read More: Faith-based fiction: The Chronicles of Peleg
Wow. I’d been wishing and asking for a deal so I could rationalize purchasing the 2010 Schoolhouse Planner, and oh boy, did The Old Schoolhouse come through. Wonder if they had this planned all along, or if they got sick of my whining? (Somehow, I don’t think I’m anywhere near that powerful… )
From now until midnight August 5, when you purchase the 2010 Schoolhouse Planner, you’ll get 27 ebooks free, a $190 value.
That Travel the World planner module that I reviewed the other day? It’s included. And so are ALL 23 other modules that . . . → Read More: 2010 Schoolhouse Planner – An absolute steal of a deal!
We all have difficulties to face, fears to overcome, and crazy things that life throws in our way. As homeschoolers, one of our greatest stresses as parent educators is “What if we’re just not enough?”
When a child attends public school, the parent has a false sense of security. The teachers are the ones involved in the day-to-day instruction, so the parent will often blame the teacher when things go wrong. They neglect to realize that the ultimate responsibility lies with those it truly matters to, the individual family.
As . . . → Read More: High School Homeschool Help