Biographical sketch of this Russian classical ballet dancer and teacher whose methods have become a major force in classical ballet training today.
A resource site for families who homeschool. Includes information on homeschooling the student with special needs.
Our Recipe for Homeschooling: Curiosity - Creativity - Culture
A Colorado private school for homeschoolers. Program information on curriculum consulting, transcripts, diploma program, commencements program, cooperative classes, and trancripts.
Features children's art work from CASK, children's art exhibitions, and art classes.
Kristen Schell discovered the value of community on a summer immersion program in France. She was a stranger in a foreign land, but she had rarely felt so welcomed, loved, and connected – and she didn't even understand the language.In a many European countries like France, community takes place around the table. Family and friends join together to celebrate food, life, and each other.That perspective on life came back to her years later while she and a neighbor were preparing for a backyard barbecue.The post How to Open Your Home and Heart to Your Neighborhood appeared first on Jim Daly.
Freedom comes at a high cost.Today we want to pause and reflect with gratitude on all the brave servicemen and women who have died defending freedom. We honor those who have fallen and offer a humble and heartfelt “thank you” to every family who has lost a husband or a wife, a mom or a dad, a son or a daughter, or even a friend or a neighbor.Thank you for your loved one's sacrifice … and for yours.The post Remembering the Fallen and Their Families on Memorial Day appeared first on Jim Daly.
When Jean and I entered premarital counseling, we were goo-goo-eyed and knew that we were meant for each other. We enjoyed most of the same things and were alike in almost every way.When we finished our last session a week later, that had all changed. We were both thinking, “Wow, we are nothing alike,” and we were wondering, “Are we going to be okay?”At some point, every couple begins to recognize their differences. And something strange happens when they do: The whole idea of “two becoming one” gets turned into, “My spouse should become more like me.”How do couples manage their differences effectively?The post What to Do When You and Your Spouse Are Different appeared first on Jim Daly.
My kids are reluctant readers, which means I have to work pretty hard to get them to read anything outside of their normal. I’ve had to come up with creative ways to get my kids to read. During the summer, though, I like to add incentives to their reading programs by using a summer reading […]The post Summer Reading Tracker Free Printable appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
Most couples come into a relationship with a sense of idealism. They're so much in love and so much alike and so happy.Over time, though, they discover that they're really not that much alike – and maybe not so happy, either. That's when a marriage ends up being all about “me” and “my happiness,” instead of “us” and “our happiness.”Dr. Larry Crabb says the central problem in marriages like that is “unrecognized self-centeredness.” We ask, “What can my spouse do for me?” rather than “What can I offer my spouse that would make a difference in their life?” Instead of ministering, we manipulate.The post How to Put Christ on Display in Your Marriage appeared first on Jim Daly.