Teaching Government: God Gives Authority to Four

While homeschooling high school, Meredith and I teach our children government. This is an important class. All students must study it before graduating. We find it so important that we don’t wait until high school to begin teaching about government. My 17 year old son has actively worked on two presidential campaigns and taken the equivalent of three government classes. We also sprinkle more than just a few government lessons in our American History classes each time we cover the subject.

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You Can Homeschool All Ages Together!

One of the beautiful things about homeschooling is that we can teach all of our children together. That’s called age integration. The World segregates kids into different ages to make them peer dependent, but we can allow the different ages to blend beautifully. While it is true that math needs to be taught sequentially, most other subjects are not grade specific. If you have a large family, it’s helpful for you to combine as many classes across the grades as possible. Let’s look at some examples.

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Teaching Math

I want to caution you all to not fall into it, if it is not too late. Parents are avoiding math. Moms and dads, we are homeschooling our children. We are not buying books for them to homeschool themselves but that is exactly what many parents are trying to do with math.

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