The Best Way to Teach Writing for Special Needs

This new student completed lessons in grammar, composition, and reading comprehension the best way possible: through delightful stories! Blossoming readers need more than practice. They need to discover the riches of a good story. With simplified exercises in word...

All Is His: What I Wish I Would Have Known

Homeschooling is hard sometimes. Parenting is already a challenge because in our fallen states, both we and our children war within ourselves to do what is good and right every day. When we decide to homeschool, we may feel as if we have added another heaping load...

In Defense of Memory Work

Training the Memory with a Classical Education In the Dickens novel Great Expectations, Estella admits, “There was a long hard time when I kept far from me the remembrance of what I had thrown away when I was quite ignorant of its worth.” So it is today with the lost...

Growing in the Shade

One hot Missouri June when my children were very young, we decorated our front porch with a large white container of flowering impatiens. The pink and red petals with deep foliage cheered our doorstep. At the time, I knew that impatiens needed shade, but I hoped they...

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