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What do you do when you’re a teenage boy dealing with the usual teenage problems plus a little negativity from the naysayers? You “cook” up a new name for yourself and that’s exactly…


Sponsored post by Time4Learning.com Have you ever noticed how contagious enthusiasm can be? You’ve witnessed it before: Parents cheering their children on during sporting events, fans screaming…


Sponsored post from Get Ready 4 Kindergarten How do young children learn? By trying things out through the filter of their 5 senses. A newborn baby learns through their sense of touch…


Why We Homeschool When I was pregnant with my son I did tons of research on EVERYTHING. The one thing that I researched the most was schools. Because I wasn’t raised in my current state of…


Sponsored post by Time4Writing.com Autumn is finally here! As the days get shorter and colder, the colors on the trees turn a beautiful array of yellow, red, brown and even purple. Corn mazes…


Today’s culture scares me.  It seems that our country is falling apart when it comes to values and morals.  I cannot even let my six year just pick out books at the library anymore due to…


By Winfried Corduan The Bible never states how non-biblical religions got their start. Genesis begins with the one true God. There certainly were people who lived in defiance of him (e.g.,…


Sponsored post from Time4Learning.com. This quote from Robert Frost’s poem “The Road Not Taken” could be viewed as a brief summation of his educational experience:         “Two…


Luke 17:11-19 By Becky Keife I stand at the kitchen sink performing my nightly ritual. The water is scalding, but I barely flinch each time I rinse another dish under the steamy stream.…


Think back to the first time you ever held your newborn in your arms. That wriggling, tiny bundle of arms and legs felt so vulnerable in your grasp that you couldn’t help but feel your stomach…