Christian homeschooling is often associated with many extreme views. However, the true nature of Christian homeschooling and the families who live it can be something different entirely. Read on for more information and Christian curriculum options.
Results from HARO’s Survey of Homeschool Alumni
HARO, the parent organization of Homeschoolers Anonymous, conducted a survey of adult alumni of the modern Christian homeschool movement in consultation with CRHE. The purpose of this survey was to investigate the life experiences of Christian homeschool alumni by collecting information that past surveys of homeschool alumni had not.
Are You Needing Some Help?
Barb Shelton offers advice to Christian parents who are frustrated either with their children’s school situation or with burnout with their curriculum choice.
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Design Your Homeschool
A step-by-step systematic process which will help you plan and create the Christian homeschool that suits the needs of your family and is in keeping with your goals.
Does Homeschooling Make Children More Religious?
If anything, homeschooled children, especially those raised in very conservative homes, tend to liberalize over time, especially if they went on to college. Anecdotes and biased studies aside, it seems from this emerging body of work that homeschooling itself will not automatically produce adults who share the conservative political, religious and moral beliefs of their parents. The data also suggest that family climate, especially faithful religious devotion by both parents, delivered in a context of loving nurture, is far more important than where a child goes to school.
Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool
This is my children’s school. I am putting their assignments online so that they can work independently and so that I have the assignments saved for their younger siblings. Grade levels and courses include 180 days of homeschool lessons and assignments. It covers reading, writing, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, math, history/social studies/geography, science, Bible, computer, music, art, PE/health, and logic. It uses only free materials found on the internet.
The End in Mind
Blog with a wide variety of helpful resources and lesson ideas for the Christian homeschool family.
Information and support for Christian homeschoolers: 24 message board and regularly scheduled chats to inform and encourage you as you instruct your children in the way they should go.
Homeschooling Held Hostage
In the past fifteen years, we’ve seen a lot of changes in the homeschool community. There is much more pressure being put on homeschoolers to excel academically. We’ve gone from a few brave moms who, without access to mainstream “curriculum”, managed to give their children an excellent education—but we’ve forgotten what made it excellent. by Heidi St. John.
Homeschooling and religious fundamentalism
This article considers the relationship between homeschooling and religious fundamentalism by focusing on their intersection in the philosophies and practices of conservative Christian homeschoolers in the United States. By Robert Kunzman, Indiana University.
Parenting in Jesus’ Footsteps
We believe in using gentle discipline when teaching children right from wrong, refraining from spanking and harsh punishments. The Lawrence Family site.
Fred Worth’s counter objections to homeschooling your kids for religious reasons.
What You Should Know About “Model Homeschoolers” & Discipline
The reason most parents do the authoritarian parenting thing in the first place is because they believe it will result in model children and successful adults. They see children from these other homeschooling families that seem “perfectly well-behaved” and who do “first-time obedience” and many understandably want that sort of awesomeness for themselves. What they do not understand is that this “model homeschooler” or “model child” image often comes at a steep price. By Heather Idoni.
Are you ever discouraged? Have you ever felt like giving up? Do you feel you lack wisdom? Do you wonder where you can turn for encouragement? Wonder no longer. This is the place where you will be pointed in the right direction. Mom’s Devotional Door is here for the encouragement and inspiration we all need in this endeavor we call homeschooling.