January 4, 2016

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Why Volunteer?

by Susan K. Stewart You are a busy homeschool mom or dad, right? You already have many duties at home or at work; your time doesn’t seem your own. So why would you add one more thing to your busy life, no matter how good it sounds? My life is filled to the brim: family, […]

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December 24, 2015

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Most Likely to Make a Million

by Karen D. Koch (I wrote this article nearly five years ago, and amazingly, am now on the cusp of graduating my second child from homeschool/high school and my oldest from college at age 19. It’s been  a crazy journey, but I’m sending courage to those of you who don’t know if you’ll make it. […]

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December 11, 2015

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Christmas Tree Catastrophe

by Karen D. Koch Christmas 2002 holds one of our funniest Christmas memories, although at the time it seemed more catastrophic than humorous. Setting: Hubby: just had extensive knee surgery (bone cutting, re-alignment, metal plate, new ligament, etc.) with something crazy like 27 staples in his leg. He was basically couch-bound in a great deal of […]

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December 6, 2015

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My Child Can’t Read

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by Karen D. Koch Back in my early days of homeschool about 12 years ago, I had a moment of extreme panic. (More than one, but we’ll focus on just one today). My second child couldn’t read. He didn’t know most of his letters–didn’t care, actually. He didn’t seem to understand how letters went together […]

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November 24, 2015

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Thankfulness, Adolescent Musings, Coffee

by Karen D. Koch When I was in sophomore honor’s English a gazillion years ago in a small logging town, the best teacher I’ve ever had, Mr. W, gave us an interesting assignment one rainy November day. I don’t actually remember if it was raining, but it was in western Oregon, so it likely was, […]

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November 12, 2015

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Eating Frogs for Breakfast

by Karen D. Koch One of the dilemmas I’ve faced in 14+ years of homeschool is “getting it all done.” Of course “it” is often a vague idea in my head, with a never-ending list of things to do, to learn, to memorize, to write, to experience, or to perform. Aside from homeschool there are a […]

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November 3, 2015

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Special Needs Solutions Help $30

It’s not too late to join CHEA for the Special Needs Solutions Conference this Saturday, November 7 at San Diego State College. Starting at just $30 for at-the-door registration (HSLDA and CHEA Members) or just $35 for non-Members, you will have access to several special needs experts and some great resources. For complete information, prices, […]

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October 31, 2015

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Special Needs Help at Great Price!

Have a child with special needs? Struggling to find answers and help? Our Special Needs Solutions Conference (November 7, 2015 at San Diego Christian College) is what you need. For just $30 for CHEA Members (or $35 for non CHEA Members) you can get a whole day of practical help. We are giving pre-registration prices […]

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October 18, 2015

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33rd Convention Dates and Update

A quick status update from CHEA’s Board of Directors:  We continue to search for churches or Christian colleges where we might host our Annual Convention, with much reduced costs. A Los Angeles-area church approached us as a possible location, but later realized they could not offer their facility. We have a contract with the Pasadena […]

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October 13, 2015

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Special Needs Solutions Conference Nov. 7

Help for homeschooling parents of children who learn differently Does your child struggle to learn? Need help identifying the root cause? Or do you already know? Either way, parents of children who learn differently need answers. This November 7 conference will give you resources and methods to meet the challenges you face every day. Workshop […]

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