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Archive: Jun, 2014

Jun
30
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Education and the Very Young

Education and the Very Young I have frequently written on how to educate your child. Maybe this article should be called “How to Not Educate Your Child.” We are blessed to work with parents in many countries. Some are so concerned that they don’t want to miss a moment of opportunity. So, we are frequently

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Jun
26
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…to the Graduates

…to the Graduates Our online school, Veritas Press Scholars Academy celebrates the end of the school year during the week of Memorial Day each year. This year over 650 students, parents and grandparents gathered in Lancaster, Pa for several days of fun and festivity. They came from 35 states and 6 countries. We wish all

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Jun
23
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Tug of War

Ava Detweiler

Tug of War I have spent quite a bit of time talking about younger children. Many times when we are in the midst of raising children, we think, “Oh, when they just get a little older it will be easier.” I will have more time, because they are independent. If we only knew then what

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Jun
19
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The Veritas Press Story, Part 4

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The Veritas Story, Part 4 By Marlin Detweiler (This will make more sense if you read the prior installments.) Raising children in Orlando has a unique set of challenges. The entertainment driven culture that developed as the town became the number one tourist destination in the world impacts children in unique ways. There is no

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Jun
16
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Individuality

Veritas Press

You may be able to relate to this with your children. As you may know, we have four sons. They now range in age from 23 to 28. If you have met our sons you know that they are as different as night and day. I can tell you that I sometimes wonder how they

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Jun
12
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The Veritas Press Story, Part 3

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The Veritas Story, Part 3 By Marlin Detweiler (This will make more sense if you read the prior installments.) We developed the curricular objective of teaching history and the Bible in an integrated way. It was also important to us to teach history from the beginning. Most educators have focused on American history in grammar

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Jun
09
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Summer Blessings

Lapbook

We think of summer as officially here when school ends, and I am so excited. I love the warmth and the smell of summer. No matter where you are, there is something about summer that conjures up memories for all of us. I grew up in Florida, where I could always have the warm sand

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Jun
05
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The Veritas Press Story, Part 2

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The Veritas Story, Part 2 By Marlin Detweiler [This will make more sense if you read Part 1 first.] I headed to Miami—one book lighter for the ride. Of course, the next day the book arrived at our home. Now you may not know this, but my wife is a reader. When we are preparing

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Jun
02
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Memory Lane

By Laurie Detweiler, In my prior blog post I told you that I was going to take you down memory lane, and that is exactly what I am going to do. I have enjoyed all the stages of my four son’s lives. It is very fun to sit around the table and now hear all about

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