Written by Sarah Gray Homeschooling is a calling that requires great amounts of physical, emotional, and mental energy from all members of the family. Certainly, each homeschooling mother invests immeasurably in her homeschool and greatly influences its success. In all my years of homeschooling, I knew how involved I was and how deeply I cared… Continue reading Inspired “Faculty” – Applying Lessons from BYU to our Homeschools
With a new month comes new specials for our Audio Library. You won't want to miss these deals. From Youth to Beginning Homeschooler to Taking Care of Mom, there is something for everyone. Beginners Seminar West 2017 Collection: Was $29.94. Now on sale for $14.97! Are you still on the fence about pulling your kids… Continue reading Audio Library: August Specials
Recipes suggested by Wendy Cyrier and Kelly Royster in their class "You Are What You Eat (And How You Work Out)" from the 2012 Youth Conference. This class is not available in our Audio Library, but you might like a similar class given by Wendy Cyrier: "Better Education Through Movement and Food." Listen to it… Continue reading Healthy Recipes for Breakfast, Snacks, and Lunch
From Theresa Handy's "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" class given at the 2012 youth conference. Hear the whole class recording in our audio library for only $4.99 Come learn how to become a millionaire. Save money the smart way. Never have a car payment. Avoid credit cards like the plague. Stay out of debt… Continue reading Who Wants to be a Millionaire?
From sketchbook to computer to ebook! Take your drawings out of your sketchbook and into your computer! Von Brimhall will explore and demonstrate various techniques in creating digital art, with programs such as: Adobe: Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Fireworks, After Effects and Dream Weaver. Walk with an experienced guide through the steps of how to write… Continue reading Free Digital Art Resources
Serving on the YCT is an amazing service opportunity for youth. With the average individual serving 250+ hours, it comes with a lot of hard work. However, that hard work is paid of with fantastic rewards: meeting new people, making life long friends, and leadership experiences. Here is what some of the 2017 YCT say… Continue reading YCT Experiences from the 2017 YCT Members
By Nick Jones I graduated way, way back in 2010. We had the graduation ceremony at Southern Virginia University, and there were only eight of us! Since then I have served a full-time mission in Tucson, Arizona; gotten married; graduated from BYU with a BS in Neuroscience; and am now partway through my first year… Continue reading Lessons from Homeschool
That time of the year is here! Phone calls have been made, emails sent, and we have our YCT team for the 2018 conference! We know you can't wait to meet them so we will get right to it. Our Fabulous Returning Members: Elizabeth Royster Alexander Conrad Levi Ward Joseph Earl Isaac Earl Thomas Finlayson… Continue reading Announcing the 2018 YCT!
Summer is here! For some homeschoolers this means a break, others keeping working on school, and others take a looser approach to homeschooling. Whatever your summer style, here are some activities and ideas from Pinterest you can use during the summer. Make sure to follow us to see more. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/704391197939706383/ https://www.pinterest.com/pin/704391197939706400/ https://www.pinterest.com/pin/704391197939706481/ https://www.pinterest.com/pin/704391197939706519/ https://www.pinterest.com/pin/704391197939716878/… Continue reading Pinterest Inspiration: Summer Days
By Dana Wood Mindy looks at the clock and realizes she has just enough time to clean up the kitchen before she needs to run out the door. She walks into the kitchen and starts to run the water in the sink. As the sink is filling she notices that the counters have school books… Continue reading Getting a Handle On Time