March 18, 2017

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Why Homeschool?

by Kristin Murdock Every new school year, you ask yourself the same question: “Why ARE we homeschooling?” Several times a year the question haunts you again (usually when your child experiences a meltdown over uncompleted schoolwork). Then you encounter well-meaning friends, concerned relatives, or even rude strangers who question your motives for homeschooling. From wherever […]

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March 15, 2017

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34th Annual Convention July 13-15 in Pasadena: Get Renewed, Energized, and Equipped

Online registration opens at 12:01 a.m. Monday, March 20. CHEA Members who log in with their Member number and password before registering will get the amazing price of just $45 for the whole family for the whole Convention! The Early-Bird special ends at 11:59 p.m. Wednesday, March 22, so don’t wait! Online registration will remain […]

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March 13, 2017

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34th Annual Convention Registration Opens March 20: Early-Bird Special for Members

Drum roll, please. Online CHEA Convention Registration for all will be open Monday, March 20. CHEA Members will receive the amazing Early-Bird Registration price of just $45 for the entire family by registering March 20, 21 or 22! ​​​​​​​For those of you not yet CHEA Members, it’s actually cheaper for you to join CHEA (Year’s Membership just $35) […]

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March 6, 2017

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The Duh–Truth!

by Todd Wilson, Keynote Speaker, 34th Annual CHEA Convention July 13-15, 2017 There are two statements that just beg the response, “Duh.” One is that “men and women are different” and the other is that “homeschooling is hard.” Every time I hear someone say either of these phrases, I just naturally feel the “Duh” response […]

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March 4, 2017

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Kids’ Resources Review

The Story of the Orchestra by Robert Levine, illustrated by Meredith Hamilton New York: Black Dog & Leventhal : Distributed by Workman Pub. Co., c2001 96 pages plus one audio CD Available on Amazon and check your library Note says for grades 5-7, but I just completed with my third and eighth grader. Music matters. […]

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February 27, 2017

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Writer’s Conference: Homeschoolers Welcome!

by Susan K. Beatty 30% Discount Available for Homeschooled Teens and Young Adults to Get Career Help from Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference Are you a Christian homeschooled teen or young adult who dreams of writing as a career? Do you wonder what it would be like to meet best-selling authors, agents, and publishers in person? […]

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February 20, 2017

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Teach From Love

by Sam Sorbo, Keynote Speaker, 34th Annual CHEA Convention On a plane recently, an elderly gentleman named John and I engaged in a conversation on home education. As it turns out, his wife teaches in a Waldorf-type school that, according to him, encourages the child to be “present in the world” by eighth grade. “Truly […]

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February 10, 2017

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Two Incomes and Still Broke? Thoughts During Tax Season

by Karen D. Koch Years ago when we had our first baby (two months after college graduation) and another on the way about 15 months later, I stumbled on a book at our local library called Two Incomes and Still Broke: It’s Not How Much You Make, but How Much You Keep by Linda Kelley, 1996. We were […]

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January 30, 2017

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Homeschool Graduates in College ~ From the Professors’ Perspective

by Michelle Curren In my pursuit to encourage homeschooling parents, I thought it would be interesting to get an idea of how homeschool graduates perform in college as experienced by the professors. I made an appeal to professors through Facebook posts, and with the responses that I received I’m going to give you some insight […]

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January 24, 2017

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Homeschooling with Little Ones

by Janelle Knutson It can be quite a challenge trying to home educate older children with little ones around. I don’t know how many times I went to bed feeling like a homeschool mom failure as I contemplated the school work that was neglected and the huge amount of time that the little ones dominated […]

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