A Day In Our Wonderfully Chaotic Life

By Shalynne Addison This article first appeared in The Informer Magazine, Summer 2014. There are so many different types of schedules and routines for homeschooling families that it can be overwhelming trying to find one that fits. When we first started schooling, I...

Keeping Preschool in Perspective

By Vicki Bentley This article first appeared in The Informer Magazine, Summer 2014. I didn’t go to kindergarten, nor did I have the benefit of a preschool program, yet I might be perceived by some to be a well-adjusted, academically adequate, productive person. As...

IAHE Works on Behalf of Indiana Homeschoolers

By Camille M. Cantwell This article first appeared in The Informer Magazine, Summer 2014. The Indiana General Assembly (IGA) met from January until mid-March in what is known as the “short session,” but it was by no means a slow legislative session for the Indiana...

100 + Whole-Hearted Books To Fight Back the Culture

By Jackie Franks This article first appeared in The Informer Magazine, Summer 2014. Have you been searching for a great reading list of books for children? The kind of books that contain wholesome stories full of adventure that inspire a young heart to courageous...

Starting Preschool? Keep It Simple!

By Rebecca Barnes This article first appeared in The Informer Magazine, Summer 2014. As I look back over my early years of homeschooling, I remember being totally shocked by how easy it could be versus how difficult I had made it (in my own mind, that is). When I...