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Six Ingredients of a Successful Homeschool: You Have Initiative and Discipline

This series of posts was designed for families considering homeschooling. Each week we’ll be posting one of the six ingredients for a successful homeschool (excerpted from The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling). Please pass these resources on to anyone who is currently choosing the best educational option for their family. To homeschool successfully, we don’t need degrees or Read More…

Six Ingredients of a Successful Homeschool: You Have a Biblical Conviction That God Has Called You to Homeschool

This series of posts was designed for families considering homeschooling. Each week we’ll be posting one of the six ingredients for a successful homeschool (excerpted from The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling). Please pass these resources on to anyone who is currently choosing the best educational option for their family. Ingredient #3: You Have a Biblical Conviction That Read More…

Six Ingredients of a Successful Homeschool: Your Home Is Educationally Stimulating

This series of posts was designed for families considering homeschooling. Each week we’ll be posting one of the six ingredients for a successful homeschool (excerpted from The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling). Please pass these resources on to anyone who is currently choosing the best educational option for their family. Ingredient #2: Your Home Is Educationally Stimulating Read More…

Six Ingredients of a Successful Homeschool: Family Relationships are Healthy

This series of posts was designed for families considering homeschooling. Each week we’ll be posting one of the six ingredients for a successful homeschool (excerpted from The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling). Please pass these resources on to anyone who is currently choosing the best educational option for their family. Ingredient #1: Family Relationships are Healthy Start Read More…

Writers in Residence: Struggling Writers

This is the fourth installment in a series of video clips taken from an interview with Hip Homeschool Moms. In this clip Debra discusses how WIR can be tailored to meet the needs of the struggling writer.