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DIY Advent Wreath

Amidst the chaos of December, it can be easy to lose sight of the reason for the season, but an Advent wreath is a great way to remind your family and children what Advent is really about. It’s also simple to make your own Advent wreath to place in your home! Take a look at […]


Keep An Organized Backpack

There’s one thing all parents know for sure: children and cleanliness don’t typically mix well. If your child’s backpack has gotten out of hand, the middle of the year is a great time to start over and implement some new organizational strategies. Here are a few ways to tackle the mess! Is It The Backpack? […]


Celebrate Advent as a Family

The Christmas season might be the most wonderful time of the year, but it’s also the busiest. With everyone running in different directions, it can be hard to get the family in one place to celebrate Advent and remember the meaning of this season! This year, we have suggestions to help you and your family […]


What’s Your Student’s Learning Style?

Have you ever tried to help your student with her homework, only to make her even more distraught? This can be a frustrating situation for both students and parents. However, it’s possible that you simply aren’t presenting the information in a way that’s conducive to her learning style! Everyone learns differently, and your learning style […]


Our Favorite Thanksgiving Crafts

It can be a little overwhelming to try and cook a Thanksgiving meal with all your children and extended family in the kitchen — especially if everyone wants to help. But with these easy Thanksgiving crafts, you can give your children and guests a fun, easy way to spend time together and help decorate the […]


Actions Speak Louder

As the holiday season continues, there’s no better time of the year to show your community the love of God! Get your children active in the community, and show them how they can share the love of God by serving others — no matter how old they are. Ask Them For Input First things first, […]


Combat Procrastination

We’ve all been there — it’s half an hour before bedtime, and your child suddenly pulls out a new project. She informs you it’s due the next morning, and after a little digging, you find out she’s known about it for three weeks. Procrastination can sidetrack a child’s academic potential and her love for learning. […]


Top 5 Kid-Friendly Pumpkin Carving Tips

Nothing says autumn like a beautifully (or at least lovingly) carved pumpkin. From the initial pumpkin patch trip to carving together on the back porch while sipping hot chocolate, pumpkin carving is a memorable family activity. Remember these tips and tricks from private schools in Lakeland, FL for the best experience! Pick the Perfect Pumpkin […]


How to Celebrate All Saints Day on November 1st

Also known as the Feast of the Saints, All Saints Day is a day dedicated to the saints of the church. This is a wonderful time for you and your family to reflect on your favorite saints, serve your community, and grow closer to God! Take a look at a few ways you can celebrate […]


What Are Spiritual Gifts?

The beauty of the Church lies in its diversity. We’re all different, but we come together to worship God. We have different stories, different backgrounds, and different spiritual gifts, and just as it says in 1 Corinthians 12, these God-given gifts allow the Church to function as one body. Private schools in Polk County, FL, […]