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Let Your Kids Crash Your Bible Study

 

So you got up extra early to have some quiet Bible study time, but no matter how early you get up, someone seems to wake up and crash it. Let me tell you a story about why you might want to welcome that, and how it can benefit your kids in the long run.

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When You Child Refuses to Do Work

 

What should you do if you have a child who won't do the work that you assign? Do they need discipline or help? In this video, I discuss what factors to consider and what to do if you determine that laziness is the problem.

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Don't Compare Your Homeschool to Unrealistic Choices

 

As working parents, we can be hard on ourselves about what our homeschool looks like. Do you find yourself comparing your homeschool activities to the homeschool activities of stay-at-home moms? 

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Is not homeschooling a sin?

 

Do I think that parents who aren't homeschooling are sinning? Weird question? It's a fair one if you follow me regularly and know how much I base homeschooling on scripture. So I think it's important to talk about. That's exactly what I do in this video.

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Homework vs. Homeschool

 

If you are a working parent who comes home to help kids with homework each night, you might have trouble seeing how homeschooling is different, given that you still have to come home and work with your child on academics. In this video, we discuss six differences between the two.

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5 Things I Would Change in My Homeschool

 

Now that I have two homeschool graduates and I am starting all over again with my youngest, I spend a lot of time looking back. I like to evaluate the lessons that I've learned, and how I will do things differently this time around. In this video, I talk about five things that I know I would do...

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What Happens When You Give Kids Homeschooling Freedom

 

Today I want to tell you a story about the day we took off school...or so I thought. I thought I was giving my kids a break from school while I attended on online conference. Instead, I learned what happens when kids get a little freedom and space.

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Working, Homeschooling, and Household Management with "Middle" Kids

 

If you have been watching this series on working, homeschooling, and household management, you already know how this can work with older kids who have a lot of independence or with very little children who do not require a lot of formal schooling. But what about those who are in the middle - your...

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Working, Homeschooling, and Household Management with Little Kids

 

Working and homeschooling sounds great when older kids can help share the workload of managing the home, but how does that work with little ones? If you have a child who is under eight years old, the key is spending the appropriate amount of time on the right activities. In this video, we talk...

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Working, Homeschooling, and Household Management with Older Kids

 

How do you work, homeschool, and still get cleaning and cooking done? This is a common question I used to get when I worked in an office. This looks a little different depending on the ages of your kids, but in this video, I share how it worked for me with middle school to high school ages...

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