Yes, we homeschoolers are in love with books . . . fiction, non-fiction, curriculum, we even curl up with catalogs! But how many of us are reference book devotees? Whens the last time you used an almanac or thesaurus or a book of quotations? There is a wealth of information exciting and useful to be found on the less romantic section of the bookshelf. Learn the hows and whys of getting the most out of these wonderful, timeless resources.
Do you have toddlers through seven-year-olds? What a blessing! What busy little minds (and feet and hands!) they have! Need practical, realistic, meaningful ideas of how to teach these precious ones? Looking for tips, techniques, (and maybe duct-tape) in order to appropriately harness their energy, creativity, and enthusiasm? Join Maggie as she shares solid teaching and parenting strategies for the littlest homeschoolers. (Bonus – the best ever story list!)
This is a fast, fun, integrated approach to history and music for those of us who never learned this stuff. Knowing something about classical music is important for a well-rounded education. But it had better be interesting or the kids will snooze! Hear tidbits about famous composers and see a cool method of remembering who composed when.
Movies, music, and games are the languages of this generation. What does scripture say about the media around us? How should we interact with the good, the bad, and the ugly in our culture? Tyler Hogan offers valuable tools that parents and teens can use to select, analyze, and appreciate movies and books. You will be challenged to grow in wisdom and grace.
(Suitable for teens and parents)