Find Homeschool Resources with HomeschoolHQ

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This week on the Homeschool Highschool Podcast: Find Homeschool Resources with HomeschoolHQ.

Find Homeschool Resources with HomeschoolHQ

Homeschool HQ with Lauren Bordeaux

It’s always exciting to discover new resources for homeschooling, especially ones that cater to high schoolers. It’s truly a blessing to have such a wide range of options available nowadays. One such blessing is through Lauren Bordeaux, the founder of Homeschool HQ. Lauren shares her inspiring homeschooling journey and the creation of this unique app, Homeschool HQ, that aims to revolutionize the way homeschooling families connect and find resources!

About Lauren Bordeaux

Lauren and her husband, both products of public education, initially considered sending their three children to traditional schools. However, a forest preschool experience in Germany opened their eyes to different possibilities for education.  As their daughter flourished in a non-traditional environment, Lauren’s perspective shifted, and she began exploring homeschooling through podcasts and research.

After moving back to the United States and experiencing the challenges of homeschooling during the COVID-19 pandemic, Lauren realized the need for a centralized platform that could gather and organize homeschooling resources. She shared her idea with her husband, and together they started on the journey of building the Homeschool HQ app.

About HomeschoolHQ

When Lauren was looking into homeschool resources and management, she could not find anything comprehensive enough to consider using. There were some lists on Facebook, but they were limited to specific groups, and Lauren wanted to create an aggregate resource that would be accessible to all homeschoolers, such as tools or apps for homeschool organization in mind.

And even though neither Lauren nor her husband had any tech background, they were determined to make HomeschoolHQ happen. They found an online program that allowed them to build the app themselves, and with the help of some friends who are also homeschoolers, they brought homeschoolHQ to life. 

And Homeschool HQ launched just a year ago!

This app is not just “another homeschooling app.” It is a user-populated platform that allows homeschooling families to share and discover resources in their local areas. The app features various categories, including co-ops, classes, field trip ideas, conventions, and more. Users can customize their search radius and save their favorite resources for easy access.

Lauren and her husband are constantly working on updates to enhance the app’s features. In fact, they’re currently awaiting approval for an update that will include a higher education section, allowing homeschoolers to find homeschool-friendly colleges and universities, along with information on admissions, dual enrollment, and scholarships for homeschoolers!

Using HomeschoolHQ In Your Homeschool

With Homeschool HQ, you can plan your homeschooling activities, find local classes, and even organize play dates or nature hikes. The app provides a sense of community and simplifies the process of locating resources tailored to your family’s needs. 

Getting started with HomeschoolHQ is easy. Simply download the app from the App Store or Google Play Store. While there is a subscription fee of $19.99 per year, this nominal amount ensures the availability of high-quality resources and safeguards the app’s integrity. 

Once you are in the app, explore the different categories, save your favorites, and customize your search options to find resources near you.

Homeschool HQ is currently available in the US and Canada, with plans to expand to more countries in the future. The app’s user-driven nature fosters a sense of collaboration and community among homeschooling families. By contributing to the app, users help create a comprehensive resource hub that benefits everyone.

Connect with Lauren + Homeschool HQ

HomeschoolHQ is a game-changer for homeschooling families, providing a centralized platform to discover and share resources. Lauren and her team are committed to enhancing HomeschoolHQ and making it an indispensable tool for homeschoolers worldwide.

The app is available on both the App Store and Google Play Store for users in the US and Canada. You can also find them on major social media platforms. For more information, visit their Homeschool HQ website!

For more information on different apps to help your teens with homeschooling high school, check our our friends at Homeschooling with Technology podcast. We talked to Homeschooling with Technology’s Meryl van der Merwe on our episodes:

Thank you to Seth Tillman for editing this podcast and to Richie Soares with Homeschool & Humor for writing this blog post!

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An Interview with Kim Elia about the Introducing Homeopathy Film

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Introducing Homeopathy with Kim EliaThis week on Homeopathy for Mommies we are thrilled to have Kim Elia as our special guest to talk about the new film coming out in April 2024, Introducing Homeopathy.  Kim is the principal creative lead for the new Introducing Homeopathy film that is  screening at the LIVE Joint American Homeopathic Conference (JAHC) in Reston, VA and online on April 19th.

Check out the film preview clips on the film website here: https://introducinghomeopathy.com/

In celebration of the release of this wonderful film, Sue is giving away some tickets to the online access to the film on social media.  You can find the giveaway on Facebook and Instagram  – look for the giveaway post on our feeds to enter for a chance to win one of the virtual access tickets starting April 5th through April 12th.

 

 

Kim Elia been studying homeopathy since 1987 and graduated from the New England School of homeopathy. He is the former Director of Nutrition at Heartwood Institute, California, and has certified many nutritionists across the state of California.   Kim was the principal instructor and developer of the four-year classical homeopathy program at the Hahnemann Academy in Tokyo and Osaka, Japan.

Kim serves as CEO of WholeHealthNow, a comprehensive free informational resource for students and professionals. He was inspired to create the Historic Homeopathic Timeline, and is responsible for a growing library of recorded interviews and presentations with today’s world renowned homeopaths on a variety of timely and relevant topics. Kim’s intent is to bring the homeopathic community together and to contribute to the training of effective practitioners who will bring homeopathic medicine forward into the mainstream.

Students from around the world have expressed appreciation and admiration for Kim’s superb knowledge of the history of homeopathy, his deep understanding of homeopathic prescribing, and his extensive knowledge of materia medica. He is known for his dynamic and distinctive teaching methods which reflect his immense knowledge of the remedies and his genuine desire to educate everyone about this affordable and effective healing modality.

Astronomical Events ~ Total Solar Eclipse

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Astronomical Events and Homeschooling | Are you ready for an astronomical event, the total solar eclipse? Well, today (April 8, 2024) is the day if you are listening to this podcast in real time! It is a long-awaited event that has received a lot of press coverage. However, it is one among the many that happen in our skies | #podcast #homeschoolpodcast #Episode521 #AstronomicalEventsandHomeschooling #AstronomicalEventsAstronomical Events and Homeschooling ~ Episode 521

Are you ready for an astronomical event, the total solar eclipse? Well, today (April 8, 2024) is the day if you are listening to this podcast in real time! It is a long-awaited event that has received a lot of press coverage. However, it is one among the many that happen in our skies.

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The go-to website for all things astronomical is the NASA website. The direct link to the total eclipse is here.

Here is a great poster for your homeschool about the different types of solar eclipses Earth and Space Science Exploring Solar Eclipses Educational Infographic -MediaAngels.com

In the many years of homeschooling, I found that real learning took place when the children were able to experience the events of the day. Whether the events took place before we went on a field trip or after we watched a documentary. Often, we would research first and then follow-up visits whenever possible. When we did a rock study, we coupled it with a family trip to the mountains. This took us to states that actually had good samples of rocks to collect. Florida, where we live, is great for visits to the beach, sedimentary studies, flora and fauna, birds (especially waterfowl), and swamp-type activities. We were card-carrying members of all of the local nature centers and visited the planetarium on a regular basis.

I took astronomy in college, and let me tell you, it was not an easy science unless you excelled in math. I thought I was decent, but back in the day our telescopes, while powerful, still had to be adjusted to keep the target in our viewer. I loved it but learned early on that I’d keep it a hobby. The kids had telescopes, and these were not the best; we found that a high-powered pair of binoculars worked best, and a very dark night sky.

As a homeschool parent, I always capitalized on “real-time” events with my family. Even if you are not in the direct path of the eclipse, there are so many activities you can do as a family. Here are some ideas that you can follow to get the most out of real-life learning.

  1. Call off your regular school activities and study the path of the total eclipse.
  2. If you are on the path, be sure to get safe eyewear so you can view the eclipse safely. Here is a list of safety guidelines: https://science.nasa.gov/eclipses/future-eclipses/eclipse-2024/safety/
  3. Have the children keep a journal of the event. Write down things that you learned about the eclipse and where it traveled, and have the children draw a map of its path. You can find this on the Nasa.gov website here – https://science.nasa.gov/eclipses/future-eclipses/eclipse-2024/
  4. Research other astronomical events coming this year and the next.
  5. Create a 3-D model for the younger children with the planets and the solar system.

Other Astronomical Events:

  1. The planets. Often the planets can be seen in the night sky. Set up a time monthly when you check your area to see what planets you can see with a high-powered set of binoculars.
  2. Upcoming launches and landings, the happening of our space program here.
  3. Be aware of pseudo-science. For example, when talking about comets, the “Oort Cloud” is often cited as an example, as the claims are that there are billions of comets within its realm. The problem is there is no evidence that the Oort cloud even exists! Here is a great article here 
  4. This is an older post about the eclipse – but there are some great activities for kids here.

Other Phenomenon – Astronomical Event of Warning?

Whenever there are astronomical events there are many who share things that might cause you to pause, such as religious chastisement and the like. Here is the thing: as a Christian, I believe that we need to look at every day as if it is our last and live life with God’s grace to the fullest. We need to err on the side of caution always, and be prepared, but do not allow gloom your peace to be disrupted by dire warnings. Recently I was presented with a video from a fairly trusted source on YouTube, and as I listened to this video it did seem that chastisement was imminent.

One of the reported “signs” of chastisement was that the path of the eclipse would go through 7 towns named Nineveh – if you know your Bible, Jonah the prophet was sent to Nineveh to warn them about impending doom if they did not repent. Everyone from the King on down did repent and turn back to God and their town was spared. However, the total eclipse will not go through 7 towns of Nineveh – but it will go through two, in Indiana and Ohio, if this blog/map is correct. See the link here.  

Here is another interactive map with the Nineveh listed.

The last eclipse and this one intersect to form a cross at some point near Missouri. We must always remember that God is merciful, slow to anger, and compassionate, (Jonah 4:2)

The main thing to remember is that we can use everything as a teaching moment for our children. I pray that you found this podcast informative! And please share it with a friend.

 

 

Best Year Ever – Total Solar Eclipse

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Homeschool Science: Is this the most important subject?

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Homeschool Science: Is this the most important subject?Show Notes: LifeSkills101 Podcast – “Why Science is the Most Important Subject in Your Homeschool”

In this episode, we delve into the pivotal role of science in homeschooling. Science stands as a cornerstone of education, driving curiosity and critical thinking.

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First, science cultivates a sense of wonder.

It encourages questions about the natural world. This curiosity fuels lifelong learning. Children explore, experiment, and discover through science.

Second, science develops critical thinking skills.

It teaches kids to analyze information, solve problems, and make informed decisions. These skills are crucial in all areas of life.

Moreover, science education fosters innovation. It inspires kids to invent, create, and find solutions to challenges. Today’s science students are tomorrow’s innovators.

Science also promotes environmental awareness.

It teaches the importance of sustainability and conservation. Understanding science helps kids appreciate and protect our planet.

Furthermore, science has practical applications. It’s not just theoretical knowledge. Science skills are essential in everyday life, from cooking to understanding technology.

Science education prepares students for the future.

Many future careers require a solid science foundation. Fields like medicine, engineering, and technology are growing rapidly.

Integrating science into homeschooling can be fun and engaging. Experiments, outdoor activities, and science projects make learning interactive. Resources like online courses and science kits enhance the experience.

Encourage curiosity and questions in homeschol science.

Let your kids lead their science learning journey. Their interests can guide your curriculum choices.

Don’t shy away from difficult topics. Use them as opportunities to teach critical thinking and research skills. Every question is a chance to learn something new.

To wrap up, science is not just another subject. It’s a way to understand the world. It equips kids with the skills needed for success in life and future careers.

Science in homeschooling is about more than facts and figures.

It’s about inspiring a lifelong journey of discovery. Let’s make science a priority in our homeschools.

Join us next time on LifeSkills101 for more tips on enhancing your homeschool experience. Together, we can ignite a passion for learning in our children.


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Teen Podcasters Share Their Journey

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269: Teen Podcasters Share Their Journey

Teen Podcasters Share Their Journey

 

In this episode, host Meryl van der Merwe interviews Laila Alvarez and Damien Segovia, two homeschooled teen podcasters, who share their experience starting and running their own podcast called “IKR?!”.

Topics Covered:

  • What inspired Laila and Damien to start a podcast
  • The name and focus of their podcast “IKR?!”
  • Number of episodes recorded so far and topics covered
  • Technical aspects – equipment used, editing software, posting to platforms
  • Skills they’ve learned from podcasting
  • Advice for parents/teens interested in starting a podcast
  • How they are marketing their podcast

Key Points:

  • Leila and Damien use clip-on mics and just record on a phone, showing podcasting can be done inexpensively
  • They edit using Spotify’s podcasting platform and are looking to expand to Apple Podcasts
  • Podcasting has improved their conversation skills and discipline
  • Having a podcast can be a valuable experience for college application

Where to find Laila and Damien

  • Check out Leila and Damien’s podcast “IKR?!” currently on Spotify, give it a rating/review
  • You can follow them on Instagram @ikrpod

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INAM: 5 Money Lessons For Your Teen

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The Big 5- Money Lessons Your Teen Needs Before They Leave Home | Welcome back to another enlightening episode of the "It's Not About Money" podcast, where we dive deep into the realm of financial education | #It'sNotAboutMoney #homeschooling #TipsHomeschooling #money #BeyondChores #Kid’sAllowance #AloneNotLonelyNurturingCreativitybyEmbracingBoredom #AloneNotLonely #EmpoweringTeens28EssentialLifeSkillstoStartNow #EmpoweringTeens #28EssentialLifeSkillstoStartNow #LifeSkillstoStart #BeforePersonalFinance #Episode12 #TheBig5-MoneyLessonsYourTeenNeedsBeforeTheyLeaveHome #TheBig5-MoneyLessons #MoneyLessonsYourTeenNeedsBeforeTheyLeaveHomeThe Big 5- Money Lessons Your Teen Needs Before They Leave Home

Introduction:

Welcome back to another enlightening episode of the “It’s Not About Money” podcast, where we dive deep into the realm of financial education. Joining us today are your hosts, Matt and Charla, as we embark on a journey to empower parents in raising responsible and financially savvy young adults.

In this episode, we delve into the intricacies of money management and the broader implications it has on shaping individuals’ character and values. Despite the title, “It’s Not About Money,” our discussions often revolve around the profound impact of financial literacy on personal development.

The Importance of Financial Education:

We emphasize the significance of instilling financial education in children from an early age. Money management skills transcend mere financial transactions; they reflect core values such as discipline, responsibility, and foresight. By equipping our children with these skills, we prepare them for the challenges of adulthood and empower them to make informed decisions.

Setting the Scene:

Through compelling anecdotes, we paint a vivid picture of the challenges young adults face when navigating the complexities of finances without adequate preparation. Whether entering the workforce or embarking on a college journey, the lack of financial literacy can lead to detrimental consequences, such as overspending and debt accumulation.

The Big 5 Money Lessons:

We introduce the “Big 5 Money Lessons,” a comprehensive framework encompassing essential financial principles that every teenager should grasp before leaving the nest. These lessons serve as a roadmap for parents to impart invaluable knowledge and skills to their children, ensuring they embark on their independent journeys equipped for success.

Empowering Kids through Hands-On Experience:

We stress the importance of hands-on learning and experiential education in fostering financial literacy. By entrusting children with financial responsibilities and encouraging them to navigate real-world scenarios, parents empower them to learn from both successes and failures, thereby building resilience and confidence in managing their finances.

Conclusion:

As we conclude this insightful episode, we encourage our listeners to explore additional resources available on our blog and to subscribe for regular updates on upcoming episodes. Together, let us embark on this journey of financial empowerment, shaping a brighter future for the next generation.

 

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Teaching Social Skills In Your Homeschool

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Hey, homeschoolers, we know we aren’t weird and unsocialized as a popular blog implies, but you might wonder if we are weirder than kids in public school. I was relieved when my oldest son, after having been in a public high school for a few weeks, told me that he thought that the public school kids were just as weird as homeschoolers.

We know that our kids can benefit from having good social skills. Here’s why we should teach social skills directly in our homeschool and here are some practical tips for doing just that.

Summary

In this conversation, Melanie Wilson discusses the importance of teaching social skills to homeschoolers. She addresses the misconception that homeschoolers are weirder than public school kids and emphasizes the benefits of good social skills, such as reduced anxiety and future success. Melanie provides reasons why social skills should be included in the homeschool curriculum. She also suggests creating a plan, teaching in a family or group setting, and using multiple modalities. Melanie introduces her Training Aliens curriculum as a story-based approach to teaching social and emotional skills.

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A Young Author’s Journey in the Writing Process

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This week on Homeschool Highschool Podcast- Teen Publishes A Book: A Young Author’s Journey in the Writing Process.

A Young Author's Journey in the Writing Process

Teen Publishes A Book: A Young Author’s Journey in the Writing Process

Homeschooling offers a unique opportunity for kids to explore their passions and discover hidden talents. One such talented young person is Sophia Errico, a young author who found her passion for writing through homeschooling. Sophia joins Vicki to share her journey about writing her first book. Join us in Sophia’s writing process of her book, The Tree House, along with the valuable lessons she has learned along the way.

About Sophia Errico, a Young Author

Sophia Errico’s homeschooling journey began when her parents made the decision to switch her from public school after the pandemic hit. Initially, it was an adjustment, but she soon realized the benefits of more flexible learning. Homeschooling allowed her to dedicate more time to her love for writing, as she could create her own academic schedule (rather than spending eight hours a day in class). Sophia found herself finishing her assignments earlier, giving her ample time to pursue her passion.

A Young Author’s Journey in the Writing Process

Sophia’s love for writing blossomed when she joined a writer’s group led by teacher, Miss Keri in our Cousin Cheryl Carter‘s Creative Classrooms at Outschool. This group provided a safe space for Sophia to share her work and receive valuable feedback from her mentor. 

And through her online writing group, the constructive criticism she received helped her grow as a writer and refine her storytelling skills. Sophia also credits her editor for their guidance in shaping her book, The Tree House, into its final form.

The Birth of The Tree House

Inspired by classic TV shows and drawing from her own public school experiences, Sophia was inspired to write her first book, The Tree House. The story revolves around protagonist Chris, a young boy striving to be a better person, and how his world is turned upside down when a new friend joins their group. 

Sophia’s writing process involves allowing ideas to flow as she writes. She welcomes the ebb and flow of inspiration, occasionally facing writer’s block but always pushing through it. 

Sophia emphasizes the importance of editing and revising, acknowledging the valuable input of her editor and mentor, Miss Keri, and her own evolving understanding of writing. She was able to receive her criticism with an open mind and then use that to modify her writing into the masterpiece it is today. 

This is a wise process that could be an obstacle to overcome by even adults in the writing process, but Sophia took the edit suggestions and ran with them! She admits she is much happier with the way it turned out than the way it started. 

And Sophia did exactly what a good writer does – skillfully incorporated these suggestions and feedback to enhance the storytelling inside The Tree House.

The Treehouse by Sophia Errico

The Impact of Homeschooling on Writing

Homeschooling has played a pivotal role in Sophia’s writing journey. With fewer distractions and a more flexible schedule, she has been able to dedicate substantial time to her craft. 

Sophia believes that her homeschooling experience has allowed her to develop her writing skills at a young age. This gave her a head start in pursuing her dreams.

She states:

The cool thing about homeschooling is you can get the lessons out of the way and have more time for writing as opposed to sitting in a traditional classroom for seven or eight hours a day. Even though homeschooling was a little weird to start with [coming from a public school setting], it turned out to be a good thing for developing your talents

Teen Publishes A Book

Sophia’s advice to aspiring young authors is simple yet profound: don’t be afraid to put your work out there. She encourages young writers to seek feedback and embrace constructive criticism as a means of growth. She believes that age should not be a barrier to pursuing one’s passion and encourages young authors to start honing their skills and sharing their stories with the world.

Sophia Errico’s journey as a young author showcases the power of homeschooling in nurturing creativity and fostering personal growth. Her dedication to her craft, combined with the support of her homeschooling community, has allowed her to achieve remarkable success in writing her very first book with an editor’s input. 

Sophia’s story serves as an inspiration to all young teens who aspire to pursue their passions and make a difference through their creativity. We eagerly await her future literary endeavors, and the next book in this series of The Tree House, and encourage young authors everywhere to unleash their creative potential!

Connect with Young Teen Author, Sophia Errico

Look for The Tree House on Amazon by Sophia Errico. It’s a real, physical book, not a PDF. 

And for novice writers, who are not ready to write an entire book, check out 7Sisters Short Story Writing Guides. Novice writers begin with a fun, family narrative. Then they have a rip-roaring time creating a tall tale. They are then ready to write a myth-fantasy short story in the style of J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis.

Thank you to Seth Tillman for editing this podcast and to Richie Soares with Homeschool & Humor for writing this blog post!

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Reimagine Teen Ministry

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Finish Well Homeschool Podcast, Podcast #207, Reimagine Teen Ministry, with Meredith Curtis on the Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network

Reimagine Teen Ministry

In “Reimagine Teen Ministry,” Episode, #207, join Meredith Curtis to reimagine family ministry in the 21st century. How can teens and their families reach this generation and build up God’s forever family? The answers take us back to Scripture, uses updated technology, and involve love that flows from knowing Christ. Reach your city and reach the world while growing closer as a family!

 

 

 


 

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Show Notes

Your teens and children are not the church of tomorrow; they are the church of today.

Children & Teens Who Served God

Joseph, Samuel, David, Naaman’s servant girl, Daniel, Boy with his lunch

Teens are Passionate

Teens are wired for Passion! If they don’t find it serving God, they will look elsewhere

Reimagine Ministry

Great Commission

Creation Mandate

Call to Love

Ways Teens Can Serve

  • Set an Example
  • Lead a Bible Study
  • Teach Sunday School
  • Greeting
  • Sound Team
  • Worship Team
  • Coffee Shop
  • Helping Folks Move
  • Sharing Testimony
  • Coaching
  • Reaching Out to Fatherless Children
  • Create a Website
  • Create a Podcast
  • Create a YouTube Channel
  • Read to the Blind
  • Drama, Plays, Skits
  • Helping Elderly
  • Soup Kitchen
  • Witnessing at the Mall, Arcade, Downtown
  • VBS
  • Painting, Yard Work
  • Mission Trips

Choose a Ministry

  • Need
  • Teen’s Gifting
  • Prompting of Holy Spirit
  • Fit
  • Parent’s Blessing
  • Emotional Maturity
  • Spiritual Maturity
  • Training Opportunity

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10 Things Your Child Must Know About the Origins Debate

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About Our Books: Why should you teach your children about Creation? Because everything else they read that is remotely science related teaches evolution as FACT. Shouldn’t your children learn there is more than one side to the story? Do you want your child to be informed? We do and we consider this our mission at Media Angels. About the Study Guides: These study guides include a readable outline of the main points in the Creation vs. evolution discussion, the major talking points you should know and ways to educate the children in these points with hands-on activities and experiments. This series isn’t a read-it-one-time and forget it! This series will be repeated again and again and is for K-12th! If you want a course in Creation Apologetics for kids, this is it! Additional Resources Activity Packs for each of the study guides which contain hands on activities you can photo copy for your family. Creation Kids Classes: On Demand -Six weeks worth of classes — one per week for ages K-8th grade (high school if you’ve never studied Creation). -Audio Recordings -Handouts and Websites to visit -Further research -Bonus interviewsEquip your kids to defend their Creation Position! 10 Must Know Points.

Here she goes again! If you didn’t already know, Felice has a passion for teaching kids (and their parents) about the wonders of God’s Creation…but it goes one step further. Felice’s passion turned into a book series (selected by Cathy Duffy in her 100 and now 101 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum).

Can you prove it? Can you prove evolution? Listen in and bring your kids (Mrs. Gerwitz says this counts as school 🙂 ) and learn the TOP 10 things your kids should know about the creation and evolution debate.

Discover the Curriculum from Cathy Duffy’s Top Picks

Our science curriculum books focus on topics that teach your children the truth about God’s glorious Creation. And ways to defend it!  This level includes all our creation curriculum classes and everything in the eBook bundle.

Now! Immediate access to online classes. Felice Gerwitz teaches your children online creation based upon award winning science curriculum designed to ground your family in a Christian worldview.

About Our Books:

Why should you teach your children about Creation? Because everything else they read that is remotely science related teaches evolution as FACT. Shouldn’t your children learn there is more than one side to the story? Do you want your child to be informed? We do and we consider this our mission at Media Angels.

About the Study Guides:

These study guides include a readable outline of the main points in the Creation vs. evolution discussion, the major talking points you should know and ways to educate the children in these points with hands-on activities and experiments. This series isn’t a read-it-one-time and forget it! This series will be repeated again and again and is for K-12th!

If you want a course in Creation Apologetics for kids, this is it!

Additional Resources

Activity Packs for each of the study guides which contain hands on activities you can photo copy for your family.

Creation Kids Classes: On Demand

-Six weeks worth of classes — one per week for ages K-8th grade (high school if you’ve never studied Creation).
-Audio Recordings
-Handouts and Websites to visit
-Further research
-Bonus interviews

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