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Lisa Nehring

Lisa Nehring has been married for over 30 years, has five children, 2 graduate degrees and a black belt in homeschooling. She has homeschooled since 1991 and wrote a Master’s Thesis on Why Parent’s Homeschool, the Literature Review being, A History of Education in America. Lisa Nehring and her husband, Dr. David Nehring, a Clinical Psychologist, and Biblical Scholar speak together on a wide variety of topics, including education, classical education, vision, mission, parenting, marriage, and more.

The Ultimate Homeschool Chemistry Curriculum for High School

In the vast ocean of homeschooling resources, finding a comprehensive, engaging, and adaptable chemistry curriculum can feel like searching for a molecule in a beaker. Enter ChemExplained: a beacon of clarity, engagement, and educational excellence designed to demystify the complexities of high school chemistry for homeschoolers. Here’s why ChemExplained stands out as the premier choice …

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Understanding the Carnegie Unit (and How It Relates to Homeschooling High School)

Episode Title: Understanding the Carnegie Unit and How It Relates to Homeschooling High School Show Notes: Welcome to a new episode of “It’s Not That Hard to Homeschool,” where we demystify the challenges of homeschooling and provide practical advice to make your homeschooling journey smoother. Today, we’re diving into a topic that bewilders many homeschooling parents …

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Unprecedented Times

Unprecedented Times Just Got Real

As parents, we often prepare our kids for life in the way we were prepared. But, look, the world is changing- and very, very quickly. So, if we are preparing our kids for adulthood in the same way that we were 20- 30 years ago- or more- we are OUT DATED! 3 skills your kids need for today’s world!

can your teen do hard things like writing

Can Your Kids Do Hard Things…Like Writing? Podcast interview with Brett Harris of Author’s Conservatory

Brett Harris, representing “The Author’s Conservatory,” offered a unique perspective on education by combining novel writing with entrepreneurial skills. The online school provides a distinctive curriculum that not only teaches students how to write and pitch novels but also empowers them to start their own business ventures. Harris highlighted the importance of fostering creativity and …

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20 Essential Life Skills Every Teen Should Master for a Successful Transition into Adulthood + Giveaway

Entering adolescence is an exciting and sometimes overwhelming phase of life. As teenagers journey toward adulthood, they face numerous challenges and opportunities that shape their future. Alongside academic knowledge, it’s crucial for teens to develop essential life skills that will serve as a foundation for a successful and fulfilling adult life. In this blog post, …

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Transcription Careers for Homeschool Moms? Yes. Interview with MedTranscription

Consider a Career as a Medical Transcriptionist! As a medical Transcriptionist, you will become a Medical Language Specialists. You will learn advanced medical teminology, Anatomy & Physiology, Pharmaceutical Terms and medical specialties. Our program trains students to be thorough and exceptional medical transcriptionists and we hire 100% of our successful graduates. Successful graduates possess common …

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Holiday Book list for Teens

Holiday Reading for Your Teen

‘Tis the season to be jolly, and what better way to spread holiday cheer than by diving into a collection of heartwarming, whimsical, and timeless tales? Our list of the top 10 books for Holiday Reading for Teens will transport you to magical worlds and warm your heart with the true spirit of the season. …

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Looking for a quick guide to grading in your homeschool?

A Quick Guide to Grading in Homeschooling: Setting Objectives, Assessments, and Objectivity

Grading at home doesn’t have to be intimidating; it’s really a valuable tool to track your child’s development and ensure they’re meeting educational objectives. But it can feel tricky and it can feel time-consuming. But it doesn’t have to be. So, let’s take a look at how to assign grades, including defining course objectives, selecting …

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How to use Rabbit Trails in your homeschool

Do you know how to use rabbit trails in your homeschool? We can help!

Anyone else out there a rabbit trail homeschooler? You know what I mean by rabbit trail, right? Definition: Following a rabbit trail is a spontaneous journey of exploration and discovery, often without a predetermined destination or purpose.  Homeschooling and following the fun! So, rabbit trail homeschooling is  about allowing curiosity to guide your path, chasing …

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Smart Strategies to Save Money on Groceries = More Money for Homeschooling

Homeschooling is an incredibly rewarding endeavor, but it can also be financially challenging. One area where you can free up some funds for homeschooling materials is by optimizing your grocery spending. With a few smart strategies and a bit of planning, you can save money on groceries without sacrificing the quality of your meals. Let’s …

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