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The Power Of Imagination In Childhood

At some point during childhood, every child is asked the question, “What would you like to be when you grow up?” Their answers are usually entertaining and unique. Many dream of becoming something really exciting or different – such as a professional athlete, astronaut, movie star, video game designer, pirate, candy taste-tester, and more. Their ideas are usually quite brilliant, ...

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3 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Audio Adventures

Audio dramas and stories are a wonderful way to expose your children to adventures and heroes in a different way. They are full of soaring music, vivid sound effects, and powerful dialog that stirs the imagination. Like most learning opportunities, your children will get the most out of the experience if you give them the support they need. Let’s look ...

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Hope for Moms

Nothing prepares a woman for motherhood and all of the complexity that comes with it. Motherhood is something you can only learn about and understand while going through the process. Because of this, most moms frequently experience doubts about their choices, their children, and their own abilities. The reality is that moms can go forward confidently in hope because God ...

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Why Family Time Is So Important

Family time together is the foundation of building strong, long-lasting relationships. It’s how families invest in one another and grow together. Scheduling regular family time is key to keeping your family foundation intact, and well … it’s also a lot of fun! With our over-scheduled, often frenetic lifestyles, having regular family time is not always an easy feat to accomplish. ...

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6 Secrets To Surviving Spring Fever In Your Homeschool

Spring is in the air. Promises of longer days, warm sunshine, and outdoor fun linger in the back of everyone’s mind. Your child (no matter their age) is probably a little antsy for a break from their schooling right about now. Spring fever is more than just a state of mind. It is actually a true physical phenomenon, especially for ...

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Protect Your Heritage With Storytelling

When was the last time you or your children gathered at the side of an older family member to learn from their stories? Our busy lifestyles and lack of cultural respect for our elders have begun to erase this tradition within our families. Additionally, it has become all too easy to rely on technology to store our family histories in ...

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Alfred The Great And True Greatness

History is full of rulers who are called, by themselves or others, “great.” Men like Alexander the Great, whose huge empire of conquered nations dissolved a few years after his death, or women like Catherine the Great, who built fabulous palaces and art galleries at tremendous cost to her poor serfs. Usually a ruler’s greatness is limited to one small ...

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Saving Our Culture, One Story At A Time

When humans sought to pass down their traditions and collective wisdom to future generations, did they do so through a dry government document entitled “20 Essentials of Sumerian Culture” or through a government-mandated curriculum written by a committee? No, they accomplished the transmission of their culture through stories. Stories were told by village elders, painted on walls, engraved on clay ...

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