Relational Wisdom for Home School Families
One of the most common challenges of homeschooling is dealing with the relational challenges that arise from putting several sinful people together in the same home 24/7. These relational challenges can easily eclipse educational issues, sidetrack lesson plans and strain the best of marriages.
Wanting to help home school families “get upstream of conflict,” RW360 is offering three free downloadable ebooklets parents can use to improve their family’s relational skills over the summer.
- Preparing Children for Highly Relational Lives explains how to teach children and teens relational and conflict resolution skills that promote discipline in school, encourage healthy friendships, prepare children for successful careers and marriages and enhance their witness for Christ.
- Raising Empathetic Children provides practical techniques to model and teach empathy and compassion to children, starting at two years of age and going through the tumultuous teenage years. This booklet includes links to demonstration videos, as well as a link to a companion article on how parents can improve their empathy skills.
- Overcoming Artificial Maturity with Relational Wisdom shows why many teens are less mature than they realize, which makes them vulnerable to many educational and career problems. It then provides five strategies for developing authentic maturity and relational skills that can help young people launch successfully into college life, marriage and rewarding careers.
You can download these free booklets by completing the form below.
A Path to More Peaceful Home-Schooling
Summer is a perfect time for your entire family to change pace and use resources like these to enhance your relational skills and set the stage for a more peaceful and productive home school experience next fall.
To download these free resources and learn about additional online training, please complete the form below.
I hope these resources prove to be useful to your family.
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To download the three ebooklets, please complete this form.