No two Dual Credit At Home students are the same. This seems to be a hallmark of homeschooling itself, as vastly different people sometimes do the same curriculum or class load for vastly different reasons.
The future can be scary and it can be exciting. Fortunately, we get to face it with colored pencils and a new planner. Hopefully, you can use these three tips for starting your school year off right!
Reading is one of the most formative things that our children do. Understanding the dangers and the need should prompt a parent to put some thought into it.
I know that we have something in common: We love our kids and want to prepare them to fulfill their God-given potential and have the best future possible.
We can’t delegate our children to someone else. This is true in the classroom, the pew, and the playground. I’m not going to hover, but when anyone asks whose kid this is, I am going to stand up. He’s mine. I’m pretty excited about it.
Our DCAH Community shares their favorite family games! Here are the top 15 favorite games we think your family might enjoy this Christmas!
Here are some fun ideas for making your study space your own—one that not only covers functionality but also inspires you to want to study in it.
If the love of reading is not high on your teen’s priority list, here are seven fun ways to challenge them to read a book a month.
Teens having a hard time staying away from screens? There are several at-home activities for homeschooled teens that help teach them valuable skills and foster admirable traits.
When it comes to studying world religions, having a Christian worldview is imperative. These resources can help provide a solid foundation of truth while studying various belief systems.
These tips for helping your kids with school and maintaining your sanity can help you take a breather and create some quality time with your family.