History Comes Alive! 
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by Katie
3d ago
by Meredith Curtis  Believing the Bible is true, inspired, and reliable, this homeschool mom teaches history beginning with Creation. My husband and I are confident in the inspiration of Scripture, which has led us to use Scripture and Creation Science resources in our home school. How We Begin Ancient History  One of my favorite ways […] The post History Comes Alive!  appeared first on Christian Home Educators Association (CHEA) of California, Inc ..read more
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Preparing for the Teen Years
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by Katie
1w ago
by Durenda Wilson [Editor’s Note: We are looking forward to having Durenda join us as a Featured Speaker at CHEA’s Parenting & Homeschool Conference, May 9-11, 2024 in La Mirada. This is just a preview of what Durenda will be sharing with us in a few months, as she shares her heart as a long-time […] The post Preparing for the Teen Years appeared first on Christian Home Educators Association (CHEA) of California, Inc ..read more
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Adapting to a Changing Landscape
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by Katie
2w ago
by Angela Lasch Throughout history, there have been significant events that everyone can relate to and has a story about. Depending on your age, you might have some things to share about where you were or what you were doing when you heard about the following: While you may not remember one or more of […] The post Adapting to a Changing Landscape appeared first on Christian Home Educators Association (CHEA) of California, Inc ..read more
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by Jan Smith, Homeschool Louisiana One of the most...
Christian Home Educators Association of California, Inc. Blog
by Katie
2w ago
by Jan Smith, Homeschool Louisiana One of the most important things a parent can do is to love their spouse. It will provide a home that is secure and gives glory to God above. Our society is filled with temptations and distractions that can keep us from loving one another, producing more and more divorce, […] The post appeared first on Christian Home Educators Association (CHEA) of California, Inc ..read more
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Nature Study: Pine Trees and Cones
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by Katie
3w ago
by Megan Mora Fuentes This time of year, pine trees dominate the landscape with their deep green color, sometimes the only things that look alive among all of the other dormant trees and plants. But how do they keep their color–and their needles–through the cold winter months–and why? Check out this article for some fun […] The post Nature Study: Pine Trees and Cones appeared first on Christian Home Educators Association (CHEA) of California, Inc ..read more
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When You Feel Like Homeschooling Isn’t Working
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by Katie
1M ago
by Abigail Dunlap, HSLDA Have you hit a wall in your homeschooling and it feels like it’s just not working? Maybe you were talking to another homeschooling parent, reading an article about a high-achieving homeschooler who just got a full ride to an Ivy League, or listening to a shiny podcaster who seems to have […] The post When You Feel Like Homeschooling Isn’t Working appeared first on Christian Home Educators Association (CHEA) of California, Inc ..read more
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Mid-Year Check-In
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by Katie
1M ago
by Charity Silvers, CHEA Board Treasurer Editor’s Note: Today’s blog is an excerpt from a speech Charity gave at one of her PSP’s parent meetings, as she was ending her homeschooling journey of 25 years. Her words ring true today, just as they did almost 10 years ago. Right now we are at the midpoint […] The post Mid-Year Check-In appeared first on Christian Home Educators Association (CHEA) of California, Inc ..read more
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Carpe Diem
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by Katie
1M ago
by Katie Julius One of my favorite movies as a teen and young adult was Dead Poets’ Society. Maybe it was Robin Williams. Maybe it was the “boarding school” atmosphere and nostalgia of the time period. Maybe it was the coming-of-age and becoming your own person storyline. Regardless of why I liked it then, the […] The post Carpe Diem appeared first on Christian Home Educators Association (CHEA) of California, Inc ..read more
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Leaving a Legacy of Servant Leadership
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by Katie
2M ago
by Angela Lasch How often do you think of the future of your group? If you are nearing the end of your homeschool journey and don’t plan to continue as a group leader, then it might be something you think of often. But, you may not think of it too often if you no longer […] The post Leaving a Legacy of Servant Leadership appeared first on Christian Home Educators Association (CHEA) of California, Inc ..read more
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Christmas Book Favorites from CHEA
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by Elise Hamel
2M ago
by Elise Hamel In the cozy glow of Christmas lights and the crisp air of anticipation, there’s a special magic found in the pages of a book. This week we wanted to share some of our treasured favorites from the CHEA staff, board, and volunteers. From classic tales that have withstood the test of time […] The post Christmas Book Favorites from CHEA appeared first on Christian Home Educators Association (CHEA) of California, Inc ..read more
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