Behind every woman in science, there is often another woman. Rosalind Franklin was an emerging chemist at the University of Cambridge when she met Adrienne Weill. Adrienne, a chemist herself and a French refugee, was a former student of physicist/chemist Marie Curie, the first woman to win a Nobel Prize. Adrienne tutored Rosalind in French […]
You want your children to succeed in their education. We do too. We offer practical tips for teaching your children math, science, writing, and more! These tips can be applied to any homeschool curriculum. There are also highlights of our new textbooks with examples of how our curriculum trains your children to have success in their learning.
Tomorrow I get to teach a poetry lesson from Reading 2. My second-grade daughter and I are going to read Lillian Moore’s beautiful poem “Until I Saw the Sea.” I’m pretty excited because I get to introduce my daughter to an important literary device: imagery. My second grader, however, isn’t quite as excited as I am. She would […]
Since we have a little one on the way, I decided to get a head start and shop for some books that my son and I can read together over the next few years. I found some great options for curious toddlers and preschoolers. I like these books because they cover everyday things that children […]
Before I learned how to read, I pretended to read books aloud. With some of my favorite picture books, I could quote the text by heart as I turned the pages. The actual process of reading was a lot harder than rote memorization— it involved forming connections, remembering patterns, and applying principles. I still remember […]
When I was growing up, I did my schoolwork in my parents’ bedroom, sitting at a cheap desk whose fake wood-grain pattern I can still remember today. Once I was past the early grades, I watched my video classes, did the reading, and completed assignments mostly on my own with some help from my mom […]
Who inspires you? Maybe it’s the mom at your church whose children have all learned their multiplication tables with minimum tears, or your local librarian who always knows where to find that book. Everyone has a God-given purpose and sphere of influence during his or her lifetime. We each have a story—also called a biography. Merriam-Webster […]
Personally, I love history. It was my favorite subject when I was homeschooled. That’s why I’m so excited about our new seventh-grade World Studies book for 2017. This history book is gorgeous and is written in an engaging narrative style. But most importantly, it treats the subject from a biblical worldview. What’s Covered World Studies […]