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Homeschool Encouragement

Encouragement for all you hardworking homeschoolers!

Just a little reminder to live in the here and now. Let's learn from our mistakes, but let's not dwell on the past.

Footprints in the Sand: Weekly Quote - Here and Now

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Attitude is the difference between an ordeal and an adventure.

Footprints in the Sand: Weekly Quote - Ordeal or an Adventure?

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Goodbye Summer, Hello Fall! - 5 Tips For The Transition | HSLDA Blog

Goodbye Summer, Hello Fall! - 5 Tips For The Transition | HSLDA

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Are you wondering how you can homeschool, and do the dishes, and get dinner made—all in the same day? Then you’ve come to the right place. This week on Home School Heartbeat, our guest Vicki Bentley shares how you can cut through the chaos and build a balanced daily routine.

it is HE who keeps us

Footprints in the Sand: it is HE who keeps us

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Teach With All Your Might | HSLDA bLOG

Teach With All Your Might | HSLDA

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Think Pretty (Part 1) | Learning how to "look for the 'pretty' in each and every day." | HSLDA Blog

Think Pretty (Part 1) | HSLDA

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The Pilot & The Passengers, Part II by MaryAnn Gaver | "...When I taught at home, my perspective changed. What had looked so daunting, so scary, so unachievable ended up being possible with God's help." | HSLDA Blog

The Pilot & The Passengers, Part II | HSLDA

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The Pilot and The Passengers, Part 1 | "As in my girlhood days, I needed to look at the pilot (my dad) who was in charge of that plane—and how he would show up, and see to it that the journey would be a successful one. To me, that's an excellent reminder of how God truly is in charge of every aspect of our lives, and how we can trust Him for the journey ahead." | HSLDA BLOG

The Pilot & The Passengers, Part 1 | HSLDA

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Moms, Congratulations As You Wrap Up Another Year! | HSLDA Blog

Congratulations As You Wrap Up Another Year | HSLDA

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A Reward For Hard Work | The point is to verbally encourage your kids, and, when possible, give some kind of reward for hard work. Be very liberal with your comments, and very gentle in your guidance. | HSLDA Blog

A Reward For Hard Work | HSLDA

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Thoughts on Being a Mother | HSLDA Blog

Thoughts on Being a Mother | HSLDA

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Today Is The National Day of Prayer | HSLDA Blog

Military homeschooling families can face extra challenges in their educational journey, but homeschooling can also offer you the flexibility to thrive through moves, deployments, and the demands of military life. This week on Home School Heartbeat, three veteran homeschooling military parents offer insights into how they’ve made homeschooling work in their families.

In The Moment | My encouragement today is to remember the person right in front of you (even if it's a little person!), and remember that our kids are watching us and will pick up our communication style and habits by the example we set | HSLDA Blog

Kids Need Praise: Whether it's writing one good sentence, playing one measure of a song, or working through a difficult math problem―kids need lots of encouragement along the way | HSLDA