The coronavirus has forced many families into homeschooling. Hereâ€™s how to make it a great experience for you and your child.
Choosing the right Christian homeschool science curriculum can be a challenge, and youâ€™re not alone in the search! Here's why it's important to take this subject seriously, and how to choose a curriculum that's right for you.
Did your child struggle academically, socially, or spiritually in public school this past semester? Are you worried about sending them back for the second half of the year? Itâ€™s not too late to consider a switch to homeschooling.
As educators we often find ourselves working with a student that just seems to not be able to retain information. This student may have previously been doing fine a month or two ago now it seems their abilities have vanished.
As we labor, to educate our children or the students that God has placed under our tutelage, we often feel frustrated that we donâ€™t seem to be accomplishing all we would like.
Physical activity isnâ€™t just good for the body. It helps with learning, too. Tie your studentâ€™s fitness activities to the BCE curriculum by aligning to the Science PACE. Making connections between daily life and curriculum will help your student reinforce positive habits of good nutrition and exercise.
With BCE's lightweight, self-contained PACEs, you and your students can literally set up your classroom in the woods while exploring information, examples, illustrations, activities, drills, reviews, and tests geared toward helping them achieve their learning goals.
Back to school already? While thereâ€™s still plenty of time to bask in the sun, itâ€™s not too early to start planning for a smooth transition into the new school year. Remove some of that September stress by gathering some ideas now!
As homeschoolers, it can be difficult getting our kids in "learning mode". These classroom management tips (both traditional and untraditional) are effectively proven to work for both parents and children. Read on for five tips to incorporate into your homeschooling!
How do you make sure everyone is enjoying their summer when your children are homeschooled? These five tips help create balance between school and enjoying the sunny season.
With over two million homeschooled students in the United States, a 75% increase since 1999, families are training up generations of students who surpass their public-schooled peers. Learn more.
Are you just starting out on your homeschooling adventure? Don't let details overwhelm you! Setting up a foundation for learning will lay the groundwork for confident learning for years to come. Here are a few tips to design your child's educational experience.
In a homeschool environment, you have control over the philosophy, values, individualization, flexibility, and quality of academics delivered and taught to your children. Learn more about whether homeschooling could be the right choice for your family.
As parents it is easy to get so caught up in the constant guiding and correcting of our children that we forget to build them up.
Setting Goals - A Life Skill Using the Goal Card and the Progress Card helps develop setting and keep both short term and long term goals. These are life skills rarely taught by other academic programs. Use them both and donâ€™t miss teaching for life.
Are you one of those moms that homeschools some, but not all of her kids? How about the looks you get from both sides? Ever feel caught in the middle? I know just how you feel!
I have had vision issues all my life and know regular visits to the eye doctor are essential. Did you know eighty percent of what a school-age child learns is through vision?
When I remind my students to work on their handwriting audible sighs can be heard! Good handwriting is necessary and is certainly not an obsolete skill - yet.
Have you ever noticed that your student tends to forget some basic academic skills over the summer making starting back up again in the fall difficult?
The end of the school year is here! I don' t know about you, but I am pretty excited about that.
True Christian education ought to lead the learner to salvation and then to develop Christ-likeness.
Our nation has a distinct Christian heritage. Any Christian school or homeschool curriculum should reflect that heritage. A few days ago a student in our local homeschool