Too often we evaluate without knowing where we started. We evaluate using arbitrary evaluation tools that cannot tell us if we have met the goals we were working on. In Evaluating for Excellence: A Handbook for Evaluating Student Progress, Teresa Moon provides us with a comprehensive and logical approach to evaluation. The process reasonably begins […]
For those of us who pull together our own history studies, there is no better resource for finding books to tie in with the time period we are studying than All Through the Ages: History Through Literature Guide by Christine Miller. All Through the Ages provides a complete chronologically arranged array of books to complement […]
The prince is a disagreeable lad with no motive higher than his own self-interest. He’d rather play than learn at his father’s side. He is disrespectful, insolent, and shuns all authority. The king is concerned, that as the one to inherit his throne, the prince’s sense of self far exceeds any sense of justice. But […]
Unit Studies Made Easy will be your guide as you pull together your own units. Includes samples and resource list.
What makes a home? Relationships! Relationships with each other — fulfilling our duties to one another — and our relationship with Christ. These things truly make a home. Originally written in the late 1800’s by Rev. J. R. Miller, Home-Making takes a look at what the Bible says regarding the duties of each member of […]
The Original Home Schooling Series, six volumes, detail Charlotte Mason’s philosophies formed from her experiences with children.
One of the things we hope we have conveyed is that among the many ways we can teach, tutor, train and mentor our children there is only one right way — and that is the way the Lord leads us as a family. You will find that is exactly what Steven and Teri Maxwell recommend […]
Now this is our idea of “delight-directed” homeschooling: the place where life, education, and home come together. With a wonderful sense of humor and a load of encouragement, Diana Waring motivates us to really serve our children as their tutors — customizing our approach to fit their learning style, interests and family life, while providing […]
Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote articles published in farm journals and women’s magazines during an interesting period in American history.
Sometimes science can come alive through reading literature. If you are looking for scientific interest books to use in this way, you might enjoy the Wonders of Creation series published by Master Books. Each book is full of information and written in an engaging and easy-to-understand style. Although they will be enjoyed by all ages, […]
Pink and Say is a picture book by Patricia Polacco set during the Civil War. A story that speaks to the heart and leaves the reader changed.