Sometimes you just don’t want to do your chores. The kitchen sink or the counter starts stacking up with dishes. Actually you haven’t seen your sink all day and the only reason you know your counter exists is that something is holding up that gooey pile of pots and pans. How do you tackle this mess? Continue reading “Ready, Set, Go! The Chore Challenge”
You know your child and you know what he/ she needs.
Be the Mom.
Be the Mom!
Be the best mom. This article is for those of you moms (whether you are the biological parents or the dad or the guardian) out there who need encouragement to “Be the Mom.” You doubt yourself, you wonder if you really should be stepping in on behalf of your child, you are worried about how you will be perceived by others, you are a little timid about your “Mom” role. Continue reading “How to be the Best Mom: Be the Mom!”
Are you thinking of home schooling your child? Teach my child? Who? Me?!
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Besides being a great resource for parents of special needs children, Special Education: A Biblical Approach, edited by Joe P. Sutton, Ph.D. contains the best and most reasoned argument for Christian education that I have ever read.
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My home schooling philosophy
I used this philosophy when I home schooled my children. Each one of my children was a special individual that needed a unique education to become the person God wanted them to be.