Posted in Book Reviews Latin

Learn Latin Prayers with Your Family

A lovely way to add some Latin to your homeschool or family prayer time.

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Every Catholic’s Guide to College 2022

The 2022 Edition of Every Catholic’s Guide to College is now available.

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Fairytale Fantasy for Teens

Champion of Valdeor by Sandralena Hanley Summary: Alloryn faces a mythical creature to win a fabled sword, is taken under the wing of a mysterious…

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Posted in The Homeschooling Life

Coping with Homeschool Planning and Self-Doubt

It takes courage to be a homeschooler. Whether you excitedly chose to homeschool or were shoved into it due to life circumstances, it takes a…

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Posted in Practical Tips

Homeschooling for Parents: Getting it Right – and Realistic

(Image: https://www.pexels.com/photo/close-up-of-girl-writing-256468/ ) Guest post by Chloe Kirby There is a good reason teachers are professionally trained. Teaching children requires skills that are not simply…

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Posted in Book Reviews English High School Social Studies / History

Pro-Life Novel for Older Teens

Close to the Soul, a debut novel by Mary Jo Thayer set in the 1950s and 60s portrays a young woman who, with God’s help,…

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Posted in The Homeschooling Life

Laying Down Our Lives for Our Children

No one has greater love than this,to lay down one’s life for one’s friends. (John 15:13) The above Scripture passage was part of the Gospel…

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Posted in Resources Unschooling

Resources for Catholic Unschooling

Unschooling is a homeschool philosophy largely based on child-led learning. It embraces the idea that children learn best when they want to learn something. It…

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Touching Family Drama

A lovely story told from a young girl’s perspective about the difficulties of life, understanding other people’s problems, and the importance of faith.

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Posted in English Practical Tips

Learning from Literature Starts with Scripture

A desire to ignite our kids with great ideas and an appreciation for their dignity as children of God often leads us to good books that jumpstart great conversations! But where to begin? Today, our guest is the delightful Kevin O’Brien, here to explain why Learning from Literature Starts with Scripture.

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