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You CAN Do It!


[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Homeschooling tends to magnify. It can find any little flaw or insecurity, behavior or blessing, and make it seem bigger. Almost every parent, at some time during the homeschooling journey, suffers a crisis of confidence. So, what can be done when you just aren’t sure you CAN do it?[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_empty_space][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width="1/2"][vc_text_separator title="Prayer"...

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Prison Heroes 101

What exactly is the Prison Heroes 101? What does it accomplish? Why is it such a powerful and successful project? And how is it relevant to the Well Planned Gal audience? Family Magazine had the privilege of sitting down with Warren Walsh to discuss these very questions....

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Girl Time

Movies and television shows make girl time look like a wild and crazy escape into irresponsibility, so many of us avoid it like the plague. Perhaps what we need instead is a redefinition of girl time....

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The Treasure of Spiritual Mothers

One year at our annual encouragement day for homeschooling moms, my friend, Sue, told a very personal story from her early days teaching her three children. While her two daughters were model students, her son had given her a run for her money. Day after day ended in tears, usually...

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Get Excited About Kindergarten

There are no tests or quizzes in the Well Planned Kindergarten lesson plans because right now the goal is to let your student experience the world around them. Kindergarten lesson plans broaden your student’s horizons through simple workbooks, singing, picture books, and hands-on activities. What can you and your student...

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My Prayers

I find that, when I take the time to focus on praying the way Jesus taught, there is an abundance of grace in my day. Prayer is a means of grace that I have the privilege of tapping into anytime and anywhere. ...

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