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Mini Expedition: Maximum Fun!

By | April 5th, 2019|Childhood Education, Engineering, Events, STEM Labs and Activities, Uncategorized|

Our first mini-Expedition was a great experience for students and parents alike. From enthusiastic student-led worship to exciting rotations in science, engineering, art, math, and games, students had an amazing day, as you can see from the gallery below. Enjoy!If you're visiting from your phone, please click here to see the gallery on Smugmug.

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Melting Moments—Jo Chin

By | February 11th, 2019|Childhood Education, Christian Home School Program, Parent to Parent|

Jo is a homeschooling mother of two boys who are Living Science students. Enjoy her post on appreciating the temporary nature of parenting. As we walked outside this morning, I saw the blanket of frost that covered the grass as it has several mornings recently. Most of the time I’m in my car or in [...]

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Mrs. D’s Musings…on Mothers

By | May 14th, 2018|Childhood Education, Mrs. D's Musings|

Instead, we were like young children[a] among you. Just as a nursing mother cares for her children, so we cared for you. Because we loved you so much, we were delighted to share with you not only the gospel of God but our lives as well. Surely you remember, brothers and sisters, our toil and [...]

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Motivate your Children: Point Them Toward Courage, not Caution

By | April 4th, 2017|Childhood Education|

"Our offspring should be motivated by our momentum, not halted by our hang-ups."  —Tim Elmore “My son wants to buy a motorcycle, but it’s so dangerous.” “My daughter really wants to spend her summer as a missionary in Ghana, but I’m afraid of what might happen to her.” I have this conversation with parents way [...]

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3 Tips for Teaching Science with Active Learning

By | January 18th, 2016|Childhood Education, Uncategorized|

According to a study from the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology[1], 60 percent of students in the United States who enroll in a STEM field at the college level switch to a non-STEM field or drop out. It is more important than ever to ensure kids are interested in learning and sticking [...]

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Childhood Education: Early STEM Learning

By | January 4th, 2016|Childhood Education|

With the right guidance, children are capable of much more than we give them credit for. Picture a first-grade classroom; maybe even go back to you were in first grade. Amidst all the excitement, your teacher gives you several hands-on activities on the topic you’ve been studying for the past week. After the teacher passes [...]

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