Simply having your child teach a sibling will help him have a better understanding of what he is learning…and build relationships and life skills at the same time!
“I’m sorry.” she said with a voice dripping with attitude and disdain. I could tell she wasn’t really sorry. And my heart broke. I want my children to say they are sorry, but only when they really mean it. In today’s episode of the Triumphant Minute, I’m talking about why you shouldn’t make your child say he is sorry and what you can do instead.
When I first started thinking about this post and what was essential for our homeschool to succeed, I thought I would be making a list of products and curriculum we love. However, when I actually started brainstorming my list it looked nothing like I thought it would. There were no references to supplies or curriculum, but instead focused on intangibles. These ten intangible homeschool essentials allow me to homeschool through difficult times, find joy in the process, and keep my homeschool on course.
What is Bible Time? Bible Time is an opportunity for families to read and discuss the Bible. It is one way to engage in family discipleship. Bible Time looks different for every family. Here’s how we approach Bible Time and the benefits we have gained. Why should you have Bible Time? Model the practice of daily Bible reading. Let’s face it, if you have young children they may not actually see you read