The winning entry in our t-shirt design contest was made by teen homeschool artist Isaiah Secklin.
Issue: January 2014
Austin Pruitt was homeschooled for eleven years, from 2nd grade through 12th grade. He is now completing his undergraduate degree at Harding University with a full academic scholarship. As the oldest of five homeschooled children, Austin enjoys motivating and inspiring his younger siblings to excel in their academic studies. Austin brings this same love of […]
Homeschooling a teenager holds a lot of challenges and as always, parents are anxious to get it right. While there’s no one-stop solution to all your problems, being open to trying new practices is certainly helpful! Here are some great ideas for you to try incorporating into your homeschooling routine in 2014. 1. Set aside […]
I have fond memories of growing up in the 1990s, when our whole family – Dad, Mom, and boys – would gather around the computer after dinner to play Myst, followed by its sequels Riven and Exile. Like going on an exciting adventure, this was something that we all looked forward to doing together, each […]