Where’s the Beef?

Sometimes husbands and dads can say and do things that hurt or discourage our family. We may not even realize we’re hurting those we love.

Maybe it’s the way you joke about your son’s weight. Perhaps you often note how disorganized your wife can be. You might be joking with your daughter in a way that embarrasses her.

It’s important that we encourage and strengthen our wife and children. They look to us for approval and affection.

The next time you’re alone with your wife or any of your children ask them,

“Is there anything I say or do that discourages our hurts you?”

Be prepared for a shock. There may be something they point out that you thought was all in jest but was, in fact, hurting them.

Now comes the hard part. You need to apologize and make every effort not to do it again.

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How to Homeschool Like Steve Jobs – WHS 182

If I had to choose one gadget or device that has revolutionized homeschooling more than anything else I’d choose the iPad. No other device has propelled homeschooling forward like the iPad and the man responsible for it was Steve Jobs. Revolutionize your homeschooling with these 4 tips to homeschool like Steve Jobs.

In the book Steve Jobs Walter Isaacson chronicles the successes and failures of the former Apple CEO and provides a look into the life of a determined, passionate, innovative, and flawed leader. I bought and read the book shortly after it was published and since then have thought about four ways you can homeschool like Steve Jobs.
Homeschool Like Steve Jobs 1955-2011

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4 Amazing Hands-On Learning Activities for Elementary School Students [Guest Post]

Hands-on learning, or experiential education, allows students to learn by doing. When students experience key concepts and skills through hands-on learning, they gain a better understanding of them.

Rather than simply listening to teachers tell them about a concept, students in hands-on learning situations gain more experiences to rely on when they need to remember information or processes. And, those hands-on learning experience stay with students far longer than words from their teacher.

Hands-on Learning
We have rounded up some of the best hands-on learning activities for elementary school students, to help you create amazing learning experiences for your students. Continue Reading →

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7 Super Windows 10 Tips – WHS 181

If you’ve upgraded to Windows 10 you’re probably a little confused about the changes in the operating system (especially if you upgraded from Windows 7). Do not to fear, I’ve scoured the Internet for Windows 10 tips to share with you.

I was happy to find a few of these tips myself. It helped me deal with a few nagging issues that had me perplexed.

Windows 10 Tips

Image credit: Microsoft


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Leap Years Explained [Video]

Leap YearsThis year we get an extra day. Explaining leap years to kids can be difficult sometimes because there are a lot of exceptions to the rules and kids can be sticklers for rules.

Looking for an illustrative way to explain leap years to your kids? Check out this video!

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