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December 2013

From the President’s Desk


SAVE THE DATES- May 16th and 17th 2014
for ENOCH's Annual Homeschool Convention!

Let Every Day Be Christmas
by Norman Wesley Brooks

Christmas is forever, not for just one day,
for loving, sharing, giving, are not to put away
like bells and lights and tinsel, in some box upon a shelf.
The good you do for others is good you do yourself.

Peace on Earth, good will to men,
kind thoughts and words of cheer,
are things we should use often
and not just once a year.

Remember too the Christ-child, grew up to be a man;
to hide him in a cradle, is not our dear Lord's plan.
So keep the Christmas spirit, share it with others far and near,
from week to week and month to month, throughout the entire year!


The Board of Officers of ENOCH of NJ wishes you and your family a Merry Christmas and a happy and healthy New Year.

In His Service,
Richard Millward

A Warm Welcome to New Board Members

The Board of ENOCH would like to extend a warm welcome to Doug Rogers and Gladys Harris to the Board as Northern Jersey Representatives.  Doug and Gladys will be working with the Support Groups in the northern section of New Jersey.


Help ENOCH of NJ Homeschoolers with Boxtops for Education

ENOCH of NJ Homeschoolers is now an official Box Tops for Education participant! You can help your volunteer driven state homeschool association by collecting the Box Tops for Education coupons from products you buy. You can ask your friends, family, and neighbors to give you their coupons, too.

To donate your box tops to ENOCH of NJ Homeschoolers:

  1. Save your Box Tops for Education coupons from products you buy (General Mills, Pillsbury, Betty Crocker, Old El Paso, Green Giant, Progresso, Yoplait, and more–see the list). Ask your neighbors, friends, and relatives if they would save them for you, too.
  2. Verify that expiration dates have not passed. Outdated coupons cannot be honored.
  3. Mail your Boxtops to our Coordinator to ENOCH of NJ, c/o 15 Manchester Ave., Keyport, NJ 07735.

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A Christmas Letter to Homeschooling Moms

By Julee Huy

Do you know how you plan to perform this amazing feat that you are going to attempt this month? In this month, you are planning on performing your regular duties of keeping the home, teaching your children, ministering to your family and all of your other regular responsibilities you always do. But that’s not all, oh no, not even close. This month you also plan to add some, if not all of the following: shopping, (meaning toy stores, clothes stores, electronic stores, malls and any other place that is generally filled with frantic people) baking, visiting, decorating, hosting and/or attending large family gatherings, church activities and potlucks and so much more. Do you know, dear mother, how you plan to not only survive, but also make it a joy filled time for you and your family?

As we begin this busy holiday season I thought it would be nice to send out a hello, some resources and an encouraging word to you. We are in the beginning days of this month, and already I have begun to feel like it is going to be over before I blink. My biggest fear is that I’ll get to December 26th and have nothing but torn up wrapping paper to show for it. The question is how do we do it? How can we, as mothers, ensure that we will experience all that we can this season?

Make A Plan

If you’re going to get something done correctly, you need a plan. Now, before you rush to get your pens and papers, index cards, calendars and other such planning paraphernalia, STOP! Yes, I said stop even though you have a lot to do. Stop and breathe. Take some time for yourself (even just 15 minutes) and relax. What is it that you desire for yourself and your family this month? Think about the things that are most important to you. Sit for a moment and consider the days ahead. When you’re finished, do it again tomorrow and the next day and the next day until you find yourself resting in your plans and goals for each day.


I love the Christmas season, with the lights, parties, cold nights and even the shopping. There is just something fun about going shopping in stores decorated sometimes to the max with Christmas decorations. What I love the most though, is the special memories I have of time spent with family during this season. So, before you rush off to attend every social gathering you feel obligated to go to, stop (yes, I did say stop again) and think. Think about your kids and your family, what is going to be the most meaningful to them, what will your kids remember when they have their own families? Am I suggesting that we live up to our cliché reputation of being anti-social and socially unfit homeschoolers? No, but for the sake of your families, please do take the time to prioritize your holidays.


Make this an extra special month. Incorporate “Christmas” into your everyday activities. Sing Christmas carols in the car, then turn down the music and discuss the meanings and stories behind the songs. Surprise the kids with a small candy or ornament or Christmas worksheet during school. At our house, we are having what we call “Christmas Class” everyday at 2:30. The kids and I sing songs, do crafts, have hot chocolate, read books and for about 30 minutes a day generally have a small Christmas party together. It’s my hope that as I do these small things for my kids, they will have special memories of Christmas time. Time spent together as a family and time spent with the Lord.

Now I know that you are all special gifted women and nothing I’ve said here is new to you. I only hope that if you needed a special smile or even just an excuse to slow things down that you found it here. I will be praying for us all as we endeavor to serve our families this Christmas season. May you and your family receive an extra blessing this month as you celebrate together.

Merry Christmas,
Julee Huy

Here are some Christmas Resources for you to enjoy! *

*(Just click on the link: http://homeschooling.about.com/cs/unitssubjhol/a/christmasletter.htm and scroll to the end of Julee's article for all the resources she has found.)


Christmas Bible Study:  by Cindy Short and Sue Welch

In this issue we present suggestions for focusing on the wonder of God's love for us and His provision for our salvation through the birth, death, and resurrection of His Son.

Since "Jesus is the reason for the season," we should not become so busy that we do not have time for Him.
The Pat Welch Family, Publishers
Pat, Sue, Heather, Holly, and Brian

The Teaching Home is a home-school, family-run business operated in our home since 1980.

Be Devoted to the Lord

We show our devotion to the Lord by spending time with Him, listening to His Word and talking to Him in prayer.

Family Bible time, or devotions, should be a Christian family's first priority each day—not as a long or complicated duty, but as the privilege it is.

Suggestions for following this model at Christmas time are included in the rest of this newsletter.

Read the Story
One of the most meaningful family traditions you can pass on to your children is reading the story of Christ's birth together.

Read and Discuss the Bible Story

Compare Accounts

Study the Story

Further study brings many rich truths to bear on the simple story of Christ's birth.

Doctrine for Children

Don't be afraid of the word "doctrine"; it simply means "teaching." Children can understand important foundational truths from Scripture, such as:

Why Jesus Came

Look up some of the following Scriptures, and discuss the reasons that Jesus came.

  1. To Redeem Man
  1. To Reveal the Character of God
  1. To Fulfill Prophecy and the Law

Dramatize the Story

Your younger children may comprehend and remember the story of Christ's birth better through any of the following activities.

Make a Nativity Set

Make and Use Puppets

Act Out the Story

Help your children act out the story.

Apply the Story of God's Love

The story of the life of Christ reveals a loving God who is seeking a personal relationship with you. Through faith in Jesus Christ, His substitutionary death for you, and His resurrection, you can have forgiveness of sins, peace with God, and eternal life.

God's Love

Explain and discuss the following verses.

"Herein is love, not that we loved God,
but that he loved us,
and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins."
(1 John 4:10)

"For God so loved the world,
that He gave His only begotten Son,
that whoever believes in Him should not perish,
but have eternal life."
(John 3:16)

"The Lord is patient toward you,
not wishing for any to perish
but for all to come to repentance."
(II Peter 3:9)

God's Gift

Compare receiving a gift to how a person receives God's forgiveness and eternal life by accepting it as an undeserved gift by faith.

"But as many as received Him,
to them He gave the right to become children of God,
even to those who believe in His name."
(John 1:12)

"For the wages of sin is death,
but the free gift of God is eternal life
in Christ Jesus our Lord."
(Romans 6:23)

"For by grace you have been saved through faith;
and that not of yourselves,
it is the gift of God; not as a result of works,
that no one should boast."
(Ephesians 2:8, 9)

Our Response

Ask each of your children who understands if he has accepted this gift.

Sing about the Story

Music adds so much to our celebrations. It is also a way to teach and remind our family of spiritual truths.

"Let the word of Christ richly dwell within you,
with all wisdom teaching and admonishing one another
with psalms and hymns and spiritual songs,
singing with thankfulness in your hearts to God."
(Colossians 3:16)

See words and music for 385 Christmas hymns and songs at Cyber Hymnal (choose "Christmas" in the list of topics). Also look for the theme of Christ's coming in other hymns not usually considered Christmas carols (e.g., "One Day," "Tell Me the Story of Jesus," "That Beautiful Name," and "Ivory Palaces."

Sent by publisher@teachinghome.com  Written by:  Cindy Short and Sue Welch
Copyright 2007 by www.TeachingHome.com . Reprinted/adapted by permission.

*NOTE FROM EDITOR: Due to the age of this article, not all links are still available. The active links were added for you.




The Berkeley Swim School

Winter '14 Homeschool Swimming Lesson Program
January 2 - February 5 (5/ 6 weeks)
Registration begins Sunday, November 10 ( submit this registration )

Mommy & Me :30 Age 3,4 this is an active class for both student and adult. Led by a certified adult students will begin the process of learning body position, balance, arm strokes and breathing patterns. Shallow water only. Class time: Thurs 10:00  Fee: $70

Get Wet :30 Age 4,5,6 (K) Students have not fully submerged while blowing bubbles and are not yet crossing the pool on their backs while using a propulsive kick. This class is taught in shallow water. Class time:Wed 10; 10:30; 11:30; Thurs 9:30; 11:00; 1:00; 1:30 Fee: Wed $60/Th $70

Beginner 1 :30 Age 4,5,6 (K) Students are comfortable in the water, will fully submerge and can cross the pool on their backs while kicking and sculling. Instructors will emphasize a strong kick, rotary breathing, sculling and a balanced body position. This level is taught in shallow water. Class time: Wed 9:30; 10:30; 11:30; Thurs 9:30; 10:30; 1:00    Fee: Wed $60/Th $70

Advanced Beginner 1 :30 Age 4,5,6 (K) While not performing perfect rotary breathing, these students have a propulsive kick, can listen and follow simple directions and can perform at a higher level than those in Beginner 1. Class time: Wed 9:30; 11:00; Thurs 10:00    Fee: Wed $60/Th $70

Beginner 2 :30 1st grade to age 9 Students have not yet learned rotary breathing in coordination with their arm strokes. Instructors will emphasize propulsive kicks, body position and arm strokes in freestyle and back. Class time: Wed 11:00; Thurs 11:00  Fee:  Wed$60/Th $70

Advanced Beginner 2 :30 1st grade to age 10 Students have passed all Beginner level skills and can swim unaided with rotary breathing. Instructors will teach breaststroke and butterfly kick, somersaults and bilateral breathing. Class time: Wed 9:30; Thurs 10:00  Fee:  Wed $60/Th $70

Intermediates and Young Adult A :45 Ages 7-15 Students have passed all Advanced Beginner level skills and are strong swimmers. Coordination of breaststroke and butterfly strokes, flip turns, Lifeguarding and competitive skills will be emphasized. This level is taught in deep water. Class time: Thurs 11:00 Fee: $108           

Observation Days are offered only on the final day of class in each session.
Refunds 25% is charge for any cancellation. There are no refunds after the first class.

For more information contact: Towney Brewster - Berkeley Swim School - Director  www.BerkeleyAquaticClub.com
Berkeley Aquatic Club clinics will be held for Advanced Beginners, Intermediates and Young Adult A students only


Brooklyn Botanic Garden: LIGHT IN WINTER

Brooklyn Botanic Garden Celebrates Beauty in Darkness

November 2013 - February 2014

Brooklyn, NY—As the days get shorter and colder weather approaches, Brooklyn Botanic Garden (BBG) is pleased to announce its second annual Light in Winter. This series of activities and programs is designed to highlight the pleasures of the winter season and encourage people’s connection to nature in the quietest months of the year. Inspired by winter traditions from around the world, Light in Winter, offers enlivening activities including bird walks, seasonal garden tours, yoga in BBG’s glass-walled Lillian and Amy Goldman Atrium, children’s workshops, and a four-day festival inspired by winter customs worldwide.

Light in Winter activities are ongoing, with special programming over nine consecutive Sundays through January, February, and early March. More information can be found at bbg.org/lightinwinter.

Starting November 1, 2013 and running through February 28, 2014, BBG follows winter hours and is free to the public on weekdays; more information on hours and admission can be found at bbg.org/visit/hours.



Free Winter Weekday Admission

Tuesday–Fridays, November 1–February 28 | 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
In winter, Brooklyn Botanic Garden is a sanctuary of calm, enjoining visitors to look closely into the Garden’s subtle beauty. The striking bark and branch structure of trees come to the fore, and the Garden’s formal architecture reveals itself in a whole new way. The Native Flora Garden, Japanese-Hill-and-Pond Garden, and Rock Garden present dramatic winter perspectives outdoors, and the Aquatic House’s orchid collection and other displays of the Steinhardt Conservatory offer visitors an escape to tropical, desert, and temperate climes. Winter is also the best time to appreciate the skilled attention to pruning of the deciduous trees and conifers in the C.V. Starr Bonsai Museum.

Terrace Café Warm Winter Menu
November 1–March 1 | 10 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
The Terrace Café has developed a seasonal menu featuring a daily savory soup and changing specials like root-vegetable potpie and sandwiches and panini featuring beets, sweet potatoes, apples, and other winter delicacies. Visit bbg.org/visit/cafe.

Holiday Season at the Garden Shop
BBG’s Garden Shop offers a suite of special holiday items for home, garden, and loved ones of all ages. During holiday hours, the shop stays open an extra 90 minutes—until 6 p.m.—to accommodate everyone on your list! Pick up a ficus or jade bonsai, some mini poinsettias, a holiday hanging terrarium, and other jewels for the season. Visit shop.bbg.org.     

Members’ Double Discount Days: Friday, November 29–Sunday, December 8
BBG members receive 20 percent off their purchases at the Garden Shop and online during Double Discount Days.

On View Through January 22, 2014
Knit, Purl, Sow: The works in this exhibit of textile and knitting artists Tatyana Yanishevsky, Ruth Marshall, and Santiago Venegas range from finely detailed botanical renderings to expressionistic plants and landscapes. On view in the Steinhardt Conservatory Gallery; visit bbg.org/discover/gallery/knit_purl_sow.


Sunday, December 1

Guided Tour: Chase Away the Winter Blues | 1 p.m.
December’s tour—After the Leaves Have Fallen: The Subtle Beauty of the Deciduous Trees of Winter—provides a respite from the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. Walk the Garden to counteract holiday-season overindulgence while keeping the blues at bay. This walk is held rain, snow, or shine; dress warmly and wear comfortable walking shoes. Free with Garden admission. Meet at Magnolia Plaza.

Monday, December 2
Registration for Winter Children’s Garden Opens | 9 a.m.
Harvest in the winter? Yes, you can at BBG! Come to our winter gardening sessions to pick vegetables growing under row covers, explore plants and animals outdoors, and experience other climates of the world in the Steinhardt Conservatory. Register at bbg.org/learn/children.

Registration for Continuing Education & Community Horticulture Winter Classes Opens | 9 a.m.
Learn new skills and let nature inspire your creativity. Register at classes.bbg.org/learn.

Saturday, December 7
Adult Workshop: Holiday New York City Flower Market | 9:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Tour the flower market and create a festive arrangement in time for the holidays. The flower market is full of berries, foliage plants, and flowers, and the wholesale supply stores are brimming with ribbon, ornaments, and decorations. After the tour, participants will go back to a studio to make a holiday arrangement. Preregistration and fee required; visit bbg.org/learn or call 718-623-7220.

Sunday, December 8
Waltz of the Flowers with American Ballet Theater | Noon and 3 p.m.
Explore the world of The Nutcracker in a special workshop for children ages 4 through 12, presented by teaching artists from American Ballet Theatre (ABT). Magical waltzing flowers and busy bumble bees will receive basic ballet instruction and explore flowering plants with BBG educators. No dance experience necessary; online preregistration required. Meet in the Steinhardt Conservatory.

Saturday, December 14
Adult Workshop: The Tropical Kitchen in Winter | 10 a.m.–1 p.m.
It's about to get cold, so head to the tropics—in the kitchen. Using various fermentation techniques, learn to make your own ginger beer, coconut kefir, and preserved lemons to help spice up your winter eating. Preregistration and fee required; visit bbg.org/learn or call 718-623-7220.

Saturday, December 21
Wandering Winter Solstice Concert with Make Music New York | 11:30 a.m.
Celebrate the start of winter throughout the Garden with Make Music New York as it presents Winterreise (Winter Journey), a song cycle for voice and piano by Franz Schubert that sets to music 24 poems by Wilhelm Müller. Free with Garden admission. Meet at Magnolia Plaza.


Sunday, January 5

Winter Tai Chi | 11 a.m.–Noon
Free with Garden admission. Meet in the Lillian and Amy Goldman Atrium at the Visitor Center.

Guided Tour: Chase Away the Winter Blues | 1–2 p.m.
On January’s tour—Getting Your New Year’s Resolutions Under Way in the Sensuous Winter Garden: Focus on Color, Texture, Shape, and Sound—learn how and why healthy lifestyle habits like walking outdoors can propel your pledge to conquer vices like overeating, smoking, laziness, and procrastination. Free with Garden admission. Meet at Magnolia Plaza.

Discovery Workshop | 2–4 p.m.
Come explore the remarkable ways the Garden’s plants and animals survive the coldest months. Free with Garden admission; visit bbg.org/kids. Meet in the Lillian and Amy Goldman Atrium at the Visitor Center.

Nature Walk for Kids 8–12 years old | 2:30–3:30 p.m.
Kids age 8 to 12 can leave their grown-ups behind and explore the Garden in winter on a guided walk. Free with Garden admission; visit bbg.org/kids. Meet in the Lillian and Amy Goldman Atrium at the Visitor Center.

Sunday, January 12
Bird Walk with Naturalist Brad Klein | 10 a.m.
For birders who keep a checklist of the species they see each year, now’s the time to begin counting. We'll venture out in the cold and hope for a winter surprise. Free with Garden admission. Meet in the Lillian and Amy Goldman Atrium at the Visitor Center.

Winter Yoga | 3 p.m.
Sarah Schumann, owner of Prospect Heights’ Shambhala Yoga and Dance Center, will lead a class that emphasizes warming and opening the body through yoga postures (asanas), breathing exercises (pranayama), and guided meditation. This 45-minute drop-in class encourages you to slow down, savor the moment, and find the light of community. Free with Garden admission. Meet in the Lillian and Amy Goldman Atrium at the Visitor Center.

Sunday, January 19
Winter Drawing | 11 a.m.–Noon

Free with Garden admission. Meet in the Lillian and Amy Goldman Atrium at the Visitor Center.

Discovery Workshop | 2–4 p.m.
Come explore the remarkable ways the Garden’s plants and animals survive the coldest months. Free with Garden admission; visit bbg.org/kids. Meet in the Lillian and Amy Goldman Atrium at the Visitor Center.

Nature Walk for Kids 8–12 years old | 2:30–3:30 p.m.
Kids age 8 to 12 can leave their grown-ups behind and explore the Garden in winter on a guided walk. Free with Garden admission; visit bbg.org/kids. Meet in the Lillian and Amy Goldman Atrium at the Visitor Center.


January 25–26, 2014
February 1–2, 2014

Enjoy two weekends aglow with midwinter delights during Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s Illuminated festival, inspired by seasonal traditions from around world and offering indoor and outdoor activities against the dramatic backdrop of the garden in winter.

Over four days special activities—including nature crafts, outdoor games, bird watching, and unique pop ups for toddlers, young children, older children and teens, parents and grandparents—will be offered. Cozy up in BBG’s Mitten Lounge and enjoy games, treats, and the sounds of the Garden’s own pirate station, Northern Lights Radio, spinning some of your favorite winter season tunes. Free with Garden admission.


Sunday, February 2
Bird Walk with Naturalist Brad Klein | 10 a.m.

Free with Garden admission. Meet in the Lillian and Amy Goldman Atrium at the Visitor Center.

Guided Tour: Chase Away the Winter Blues | 1 p.m.
Lunar New Year in the Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden is February’s tour. This is the perfect chance to explore this renowned BBG garden’s “bones”—the botanical and hardscape elements that contribute to its year-round appeal. On this tour you’ll enjoy the soothing, contemplative atmosphere of the Garden in winter as you learn about the stylistic elements that distinguish Eastern and Western gardening styles. Free with Garden admission. Meet at Magnolia Plaza.

Sunday, February 9
Winter Tai Chi | 11 a.m.–Noon

Free with Garden admission. Meet in the Lillian and Amy Goldman Atrium at the Visitor Center.

Discovery Workshop | 2–4 p.m.
Come explore the remarkable ways the Garden’s plants and animals survive the coldest months. Free with Garden admission; visit bbg.org/kids. Meet in the Lillian and Amy Goldman Atrium at the Visitor Center.

Nature Walk for Kids 8–12 years old | 2:30–3:30 p.m.
Kids age 8 to 12 can leave their grown-ups behind and explore the Garden in winter on a guided walk. Free with Garden admission; visit bbg.org/kids. Meet in the Lillian and Amy Goldman Atrium at the Visitor Center.


Monday–Friday, February 17–21 | 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Enjoy the February school break at BBG, where Discovery docents and staff lead kids ages 3 to 10 in exploring the world’s desert and rainforest flora in the Steinhardt Conservatory and discovering amazing things about plants through fun, hands-on activities. Kids also get to pot up their own plant to bring home! Free with Garden admission; visit bbg.org/kids. Meet in the Steinhardt Conservatory.

Sunday, February 16
Bird Walk with Naturalist Brad Klein | 10 a.m.

Free with Garden admission. Meet in the Lillian and Amy Goldman Atrium at the Visitor Center.

Winter Yoga | 3 p.m.
Free with Garden admission. Meet in the Lillian and Amy Goldman Atrium at the Visitor Center.

MARCH 2014

Sunday, March 2
Guided Tour: Chase Away the Winter Blues | 1 p.m
Early-Spring Flowers is the theme of March’s Chase Away the Winter Blues, the last tour of the season. Over a dozen species of spring ephemerals and other flowers grace the grounds of the late-winter garden at BBG. Celebrate the transition from winter to spring by admiring these petite, colorful, and sturdy blooms undeterred by the frosts and snows of March. Free with Garden admission. Meet at Magnolia Plaza.



National Constitution Center Homeschool Activities

Constitution Day

Homeschool Weeks
Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Morning programs start at 10 a.m.
Afternoon programs start at 1 p.m.
Morning and afternoon programs are available for ages 6-7, 8-10, and 11-14

Celebrate The Bill of Rights
December 9 to 13, 2013
Join us as we celebrate the first 10 amendments to the United States Constitution and experience all the Museum of We the People has to offer.  Through interactive themed workshops, shows, and other fun activities, homeschool students will learn how the Bill of Rights took shape and brush up on their rights and responsibilities as citizens.

Celebrate The Presidency
February 10 to 14, 2014
Join us as we celebrate President’s Day and experience all the museum has to offer.  We will present engaging shows, workshops, and other fun opportunities for homeschool students to learn more about the Constitution and America’s commanders in chief.

Student: $10
Parent/Chaperone: $5.50
Pricing includes general admission and Homeschool Week programming

Homeschool families will enjoy 20% off the regular prize of our Family memberships throughout the week!

Contact Group Sales to book at 215.409.6800 or groupsales@constitutioncenter.org.

For more information about the Constitution Center visit http://constitutioncenter.org/



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March 2014: Friday, February 21st

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