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Mimi Rothschild Brings You “Make the Most of Your Next Homeschool Convention”

Published on April 29, 2010 By Mimi Rothschild

Mimi Rothschild Brings You “Make the Most of Your Next Homeschool Convention” Author: Janice Campbell The homeschool convention is almost here! Are you ready? Whether it is your first convention or your fifteenth, the annual homeschool convention can be an overwhelming event. With dozens of workshops, over 100 vendors, and thousands of new and used [...]

Mimi Rothschild Looks at “Character Education in the Public School”?

Published on April 27, 2010 By Mimi Rothschild

Mimi Rothschild Looks at “Character Education in the Public School”? by Sarah McBroom ——————————————————————————– As an relatively new educator, I have discovered that part of the problem in our schools today is that our students lack character. They have not been taught at home as so many of us were in our childhoods. The task [...]

Mimi Rothschild Brings You “Overcoming Your Homeschooling Fears”

Published on April 21, 2010 By Mimi Rothschild

Mimi Rothschild Brings You “Overcoming Your Homeschooling Fears” by JT M Proverbs 22:6 “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it” (KJB). Overcoming your fears of homeschooling is the first step in making one of the most important decisions of your life [...]

Getting Dinner on the Homeschool Family Table

Published on October 11, 2008 By Mimi Rothschild

-by Mimi Rothschild You love homeschooling. You love the closeness it develops in your family. You love the progress your child is making. But sometimes homeschooling can also be stressful. One of the most trying times in many families is that moment when you clear the schoolbooks off the table, power down the computer, and [...]

Inspiring a Reluctant Learner

Published on September 30, 2008 By Mimi Rothschild

by Mimi Rothschild Maybe you’re one of the blessed ones and all of your children pay perfect attention and are thrilled to participate in all their subjects. But if you’re like most, you have at least one student that makes completing math problems or writing a paragraph like pulling teeth. So what can you do [...]

Giving Homeschoolers Enriching Experiences and Opportunities.

Published on July 30, 2008 By Mimi Rothschild

by Mimi Rothschild What are the experiences and opportunities that really count in building Christlike character and at the same time, can serve individual personality? How can the homeschool curriculum and homeschool program provide for such experiences and opportunities? The Christian homeschooling teacher needs not only a clear-cut purpose, but we also must know his own children [...]

How do we give our homeschooled children Christlike character?

Published on July 30, 2008 By Mimi Rothschild

By Mimi Rothschild The longer range goal of developing in each student a Christlike character does not intend to Terri and Joe and Johnny will all be exactly alike in 10 or 15 years, anymore than they are like now. A Christlike character is not a fix to mold into which each developing personality is [...]

Parents have their problems too!

Published on July 29, 2008 By Mimi Rothschild

Edited by Mimi Rothschild, CEO, Learning By Grace, leading provider or online CHristian education for Prek-12 homeschoolers Parents are people, too, and at times are living under a variety of pressures. When they are physically tired and emotionally ratepayer, adults do find it hard sometimes to except and to understand the emotional outbursts of a [...]

Look for the Flowers

Published on July 25, 2008 By Mimi Rothschild

by Mimi Rothschild Look for the Flowers We are so beset these days by storing the children engaging in vandalism, so deluged by reports of children guilty of law violations, so overcome with the evidence of their acts of cruelty and violence that we are forced to the conclusion that the extension range of juvenile [...]

Homeschoolers and Cultivating Good Manners

Published on July 25, 2008 By Mimi Rothschild

Pardon me, please. An important aspect of learning to get along with others is learning to be considerate of others. Courtesy is not in born: he just talked courtesy does not well up from the depths of the child loving desire to see other people happy at the cost of his own convenience inconvenience. He [...]