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  1. I’m a homeschool dad of 7 & an entrepreneur. I have a desire to help kids learn entrepreneurship. I love helping my kids (even the young ones) learn how to think entrepreneurially. Such an important skill! And, I love the Lord and am serving as an elder in my local church. I desire to see kids learn to work hard and use their God given working ability to glorify him. I’m considering using my background and skills to put together an online entrepreneurship program for kids. I’m looking to get some feedback about the interest level & preferences for something like this. If you have an interest I’d appreciate your input. Thanks! Mark
  2. It seems there are several free elctronics courses out there. But I don't know which are good, and which are outdated. I also see several kits, but have no idea if they are overpriced. I am needing a recommendation for a 9th grade boy who struggles with math and dyslexia, but is interested in electronics. We are also on an extremely limited budget. Looking forward to your ideas! Oh, and for what it's worth, if there is any kind of "christian" influence, so much the better.
  3. Emma MacDonald, a 16 year old homeschool teen, released her new CD by a teen for teens that homeschool families made possible through Kickstarter!! Lyrics and snippets for each song are on her website to make sure it's right for your family. To buy a CD or download a digital copy, go to http://www.emmamac.com and we'd LOVE it if you'd share her website with ALL your friends!
  4. I am looking for good activities to teach the calender year. We celebrate the major American and Christian holidays. We observe Lent and Advent. I see that some families do a morning meeting with calender and weather. What brands offer the best visuals and themes, or picture books, for this activity? I would like to do something daily as well as the beginning of each new month, and for important holidays. Storybooks, coloring books, poetry to go along with this? Do you use dry erase, pocket calenders, or pin-up board?
  5. Hello all. I'm looking for a history of the world curriculum with a Christian worldview, especially for timeline dating purposes. I am considering this curriculum for my 5th grader. We've used SOTW before and I feel that it is time for her to move on to something a bit more challenging/in-depth. I consider MOH, but am concerned that the 4th volume is not complete yet, because I do like to follow the 4 year history cycle. Any suggestions?????
  6. We're just wrapping up our first year of homeschooling in the Bronx. This first year we tried some things we liked; we started to get into a rhythm. There is more we want to do next year. But one of the things we definitely want to do is connect on a regular basis with other Christian homeschooling families. We have been part of a huge association of NYC homeschoolers this year (NYCHEA). Mostly we joined them for field trips. But my children are craving more regular interaction with one group of children their own age, and for me, I am looking for a Christian group. Does anyone have any suggestions of how I could try to make this happen for my family next year? Thanks for your help.
  7. Worldview Academy is a non-denominational organization dedicated to helping Christians to think and to live in accord with a biblical worldview so that they will serve Christ and lead the culture. Worldview Academy Leadership Camps are one-week camps for 13 to 18 year-olds. They are very strong in their apologetics teaching, and they make it lots of fun too. They are very well organized and are quite popular among the homeschoolers in our area. Out of the 21 camps scheduled in different college campuses this summer, two are almost full and five are wait-listed already (as of May 28, 2013). We highly recommend these camps. Here is their website for more information: http://worldview.org...amp-information First-timers can get $100 discount using an Empower Code "KCVR". This code can be used by more than one person. Each time this code is used, my son gets a discount off his camp registration fee. This will be his third time attending this Worldview camp. The teaching at camp is on a three-year rotation so campers who go three years in a row won't hear exactly the same things. Please help us pass his code along. We greatly appreciate that.
  8. Worldview Academy is a non-denominational organization dedicated to helping Christians to think and to live in accord with a biblical worldview so that they will serve Christ and lead the culture. Worldview Academy Leadership Camps are one-week camps for 13 to 18 year-olds. They are very strong in their apologetics teaching, and they make it lots of fun too. They are very well organized and are quite popular among the homeschoolers in our area. Out of the 21 camps scheduled in different college campuses this summer, two are almost full and five are wait-listed already (as of May 28, 2013). We highly recommend these camps. Here is their website for more information: http://worldview.org...amp-information First-timers can get $100 discount using an Empower Code "KCVR". This code can be used by more than one person. Each time this code is used, my son gets a discount off his camp registration fee. This will be his third time attending this Worldview camp. The teaching at camp is on a three-year rotation so campers who go three years in a row won't hear exactly the same things. Please help us pass his code along. We greatly appreciate that. Quote
  9. My 15 yo son attended Worldview Academy Leadership camps the last two summers. These one-week camps are for 13 to 18 year-olds. They are very strong in their apologetics teaching, and they make it lots of fun too. They are very well organized and are quite popular among the homeschoolers in our area. Out of the 21 camps scheduled in different college campuses this summer, three are almost full and one is wait-listed already. We highly recommend these camps. Here is their website for more information: http://worldview.org...amp-information First-timers can get $100 discount using an Empower Code "KCVR". This code can be used by more than one person. Each time this code is used, my son gets a discount off his camp registration fee. He wants to go one more time and wants to be an apprentice group leader after that. So please help us pass his code along. We greatly appreciate that.
  10. Ok, my husband and I are going to go to a Classical Christian school in our area to interview. I would LOVE for my husband to listen to at least a GOOD logical introduction to classical christian education (explaining the trivium etc.). I would prefer to find an mp3 to let him listen to on his way to and from work. Any Suggestions? :)
  11. My US history order came up missing. I would like to order The Americans, but unable to get their textbook since I do not have a teaching certificate merely a Bachelor of Science is all :glare:, so... Here is my dilemma-I like the Prentice Hall, with it's online features although enjoy the Christian viewpoints in the BJU. It looks to be a good text for the gist of the Vikings on (or is it Columbus, or was it the Native Americans or perhaps it was really aliens, :D My thoughts are to really study the books on what the US history books do not disclose to us, the Constitution and the big push to disintegrate that main document. Our founding fathers are probably turning over in their graves or looking on us as a bunch of fools without revolt.................... My purpose is this: What have you used and what have you used for resources before I spend a lot of money in the next few hours. PLEASE HELP! :banghead: Char
  12. Can anyone give some advice on a strong Old Testament history program? Rigorous is preferable. I am hoping to use an actual curriculum or study guide and not just wing it through the Bible. If you have tried one and hated it, I'd like to hear that too. I am hoping to not use a unit study method for this one. My son does not flourish with unit studies. My student is 7th grade but the program would probably need to be high school or college level.
  13. for something really FUN!!!!!! DS11 is taping the Kickstarter pitch for their tv pilot today. Info is here: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000332360774#!/ourshowpage and here: http://www.thenewfangledproject.com/#!projects and here: http://www.youtube.com/johnwebertv It should be a really fun and interesting day as we will be spending it at the sound stage (dd12 and dd11 will be there with me doing schoolwork). Good thoughts please! DS11 wants to NAIL his lines!!!! Thanks!
  14. accept and believe that homose*uality is ok? IOW, if you have friends that lead this lifestyle do you feel you need to save them from sin? Or can you just be friends with them without any judgement?
  15. so somewhere in this crazy life Christ finds little mention. We pray here and there. But, there isn't a lot of purposeful plans. I want more Christ in life. I don't want a lesson plan. I want Christ to flow through our lessons, our struggles, our blessings, our history, our science...Anyone else struggling with this? I have started listening to the daily audio bible podcasts. I read aloud a church history book at lunch. We discuss and I keep them at the table or they clean while I finish reading. I wasn't raised in a Christian home. My husband isn't around much and unfortunately he hasn't been the leader I had hoped for. I was teaching Wed night at church, but I don't agree with how they are doing things. I don't want my children to think they have to earn God or treats. I am dissapointed. Am I making sense? Does anyone want to discuss this?
  16. I am planning 6 months in advance for the challenge of homeschooling my very bright, challenging boy. I am working on a list of Bible scriptures to inspire me while homeschooling. Do you have any suggestions? My challenges are temper and patience. But "I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength." Philippians 5:13 :)
  17. I am searching for high school reading level biographies of five to six Christian missionaries for a teen girls' club. Women and Men of Faith Series are a possibility, but perhaps you know of a publisher you prefer. Plus, there are a plethora of amazing missionaries to read about but I need a narrow offering. Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Oh, any thoughts on a used on-line resource to purchase 8-10 copies each - used? THANKS!
  18. What do these terms mean to you? What is supposed to happen in your belief system? The reason I ask is this: Although I was raised in a devout Christian home and am a Christian, this concept was not really taught to me in any meaningful way. The entire "End Times" study is pretty baffling to me anyway and I guess I just haven't especially cared about what all that is supposed to mean. Dh brought this up this morning (he is not knowledgeable on this subject, either) and that's what got the wheels turning. I'm interested in hearing what The Second Coming means to you. Thank you. :001_smile:
  19. ...World history with enough in depth American history as well? I'm tired of trying to piece things together in order to get "it all in." I don't really want to separate the two, but I'm having trouble finding a curriculum that goes through both.....or maybe I'm just on overload and overlooking obvious choices :001_huh::D If anyone out there has a lifeline to throw me, I'd sure appreciate it! My guys will be 9th and 5th next year, and we will finish up the Renaissance/ Reformation time period this year. I'm open to doing the "rest" of history in 2, 3, or 4 years, and I need it from a Christian perspective. You all always have such insight and brilliant ideas!!:001_smile:
  20. Obviously I am asking from a Christian perspective, which I do my best to incorporate into our homeschool. Do the stories and/or pictures of other gods, particulurly scary-looking ones, bother your dc? I don't mind my kids knowing about other cultures, their practices, religions, and gods that are in conflict with our own faith. In fact, I prefer they do know and grow in character and compassion from it. In using SOTW though, we are constantly running into lengthy sections that are mostly or only about historical people's religions. I don't mind to a certain extent, but I do mind when it is the bulk of or the main focus of the entire chapter. I realize that to 'get it', we have to learn where those people were coming from in their beliefs and philosophies. I know SOTW wasn't written to any specific religious audience, so my complaint is not with the author, of course. My kids are bothered by some of the coloring pages of ritual masks and other things, pages not noted in the beginning of the AG as "review before handing over to your kids". I didn't realize some of it would bother them, but after coloring these and hanging them on the wall for a week, they said it was scaring them. We make it a point to be very careful what we bring into our home for spiritual reasons. I have really been wondering if this history curric. is in sync with what I'm OK w/ spiritually. While I do not want my children to be naive or ignorant, I also don't think I want them quite so submerged in this stuff either. We do Bible separately, and I've been longing for a history curric. that is alot like SOTW, but with the main focus on God's hand in history.
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