Smart Kids Who Hate to Write


Written by Dianne Craft, MA, CNHP The Great Debate occurs every year: “Am I expecting too much of my child, or not enough? Is this groaning and moaning about writing just a discipline problem, or 'character issue,' or is there really a problem here?" Common comments I hear from home school moms … [Read more...]

A Fresh Start

by Sarah Schofield I love the beginning of the school year, don’t you? It feels like spring in the fall. It’s a time when things begin anew and I’m no longer playing catch up. It’s a brand new start. This encourages me more than you know. Usually by the end of the year, I feel as if I’ve run out … [Read more...]

Grow Your Own Antibiotics?


Amelia Brown placed fifth in the Junior Division for Medicine and Health at the Exxon Mobile Texas Science and Engineering Fair in San Antonio for her science fair project, “Grow Your Own Antibiotics?” Amelia's project compared the effectiveness of herbal tincture remedies--garlic, bay leaf, … [Read more...]