Home Education and the Child with Disabilities: Can You Do That? by Dana Wilson
"Can you do that?" is one of the questions those of us who homeschool our children with disabilities hear often. The answer is a resounding, enthusiastic YES! Dana Wilson, homeschooling mother of 5 children, including two with disabilities, will challenge and encourage parents to view their children's education from an eternal as well as a practical perspective.
What to Do When You Hit the Wall by Dana Wilson
What's a homeschooling parent to do when "one of those days" turns into "one of those weeks", or months, or years? What happens when you've presented dividing fractions in every way conceivable and you still get that blank stare? When the carefully crafted lesson plans from July lay in a burning heap by mid-September, then what? Dana Wilson, homeschool veteran of 14 years will help parents develop their own "Disaster Plans" and encourage them to stay the home education course through the roughest of waters.
Unconditional Obedience: Following Directions Without Reservation by Dana Wilson
Biblical obedience is unconditional and marked with joy, hope, and perseverance. The call to home educate cannot be answered conditionally. Dana Wilson, mom of 5 and homeschool veteran of more than 15 years, will challenge and equip you to unconditionally obey God as He leads your family through these discipline years.
Why Memorization is Essential and How to Begin Today by Dana Wilson
"Thy word have I hidden in my heart, that I might not sin against Thee." Ps. 119:11 Memorization improves writing, increases vocabulary, and makes us better conversationalists. But it's hard. Or is it? If your 3-year-old can recite Go Dogs Go, then your high school junior can learn Rudyard Kipling's If and the whole family can, over time, commit the book of James or Hebrews to memory. Dana Wilson shares the why and the how of memorization and gives practical helps that will get families started on committing beautiful words to heart immediately.