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Tips to Applying for College During Covid

Tips to Applying for College During Covid

If your high schooler is nearing college preparation, the journey may seem confusing and uncertain during the pandemic. As the world is opening up more and locations are slowly opening, you may have questions about how your kid can make the process easier and...

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Is Constant Access to Info Bad for Kids?

Is Constant Access to Info Bad for Kids?

During your children’s education, you may be reminiscing about the “good old days” of your schooling. The days spent doing homework, working in the library and doing extensive research on projects and papers due any day now. Seeing how far technology has advanced in...

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Build Closer Relationships Through Homeschooling

Build Closer Relationships Through Homeschooling

It may have felt like yesterday when your child was three, five, or even ten years-old. Now you blink and they’re a teenager, or could even be nearing high school graduation. There isn’t enough time no matter what you may think, but you may want to spend as much time...

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Children’s Books About Fall

Children’s Books About Fall

Even though summer is still in full swing, many parents are already planning for the changes that will happen in the fall. School starts up again for many people and the weather begins to cool down. These books are perfect for reading together under a cozy blanket as...

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Keeping Your Children Safe & Healthy This School Year

Keeping Your Children Safe & Healthy This School Year

The great debate in public schools this Fall 2021 season is still on the issue of mask mandates. With the return of in-person learning amid rising Covid cases, it may seem counter-intuitive, but taking the necessary precautions and safety measures will ensure a...

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Post Summer Adjustment Tips

Post Summer Adjustment Tips

It’s a new school year and you’re adjusting to a change in your routine, while helping your kids do the same. Like any routine change, it takes time. Thankfully, we have some tips that can help make this process easier and less stressful for both you and your...

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Fun Edible Science Experiments for Kids

The only things more fun than cool science experiments are cool science experiments you can eat! Get your child interested in STEM while filling their tummies with fun and creative snacks. Here are X edible science experiments for kids.  Rock Candy Making homemade...

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Benefits of Picture Books for Toddlers

Benefits of Picture Books for Toddlers

You probably remember the children’s books you enjoyed when you were younger. While picture books are fun for kids to read, they offer many more benefits than an amusing pastime. Picture books can teach toddlers various life lessons and skills, including how to manage...

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3 Things You Need to Be a Homeschool Parent

If you’re considering homeschooling your child in the upcoming school year, you’re probably already getting a list of supplies. Notebooks? Check. A workspace? Check. An online curriculum? Check. But there are a few things you maybe haven’t thought about in terms of...

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Homeschool Items That Are Worth the Investment

Homeschool Items That Are Worth the Investment

Homeschooling your kids is a big investment. It’s an emotional investment, a time investment, and a financial investment. While there are some free curriculums available online, many parents choose to supplement their child’s education with other paid resources. And...

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The Importance of Stable Internet When Homeschooling

The Importance of Stable Internet When Homeschooling

You’ve been working all summer long in getting the necessary supplies for your children’s upcoming school year. Glue, paper, binders, pens and all the necessities to make the school year sparkle has been piling up in one of the corners of your home. You’ve also been...

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The Importance of a Schedule

The Importance of a Schedule

If you’re considering homeschooling your children this fall, there are a lot of considerations to evaluate for your household. Every family and situation is different, and in order to set yourself and your children up for success, you’ll need to keep an organized work...

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Online Education & Cheating

Online Education & Cheating

Technology has certainly come a long way in the last few decades. What once took a trip to the library and hours of research is now loaded onto your phone in mere seconds. When it comes to schooling, this can be either a good or bad thing, depending on how students...

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Get the Record Keeping Resources You Need with GSN!

Get the Record Keeping Resources You Need with GSN!

If you’re beginning the homeschooling journey with your children this coming school year, congratulations! Making the choice in switching to online learning may seem a little scary, but you’ve got all the resources and tools you need with Global Student Network. Our...

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Know Your State Laws Before Homeschooling

Know Your State Laws Before Homeschooling

Many parents and students were tossed into homeschooling during the Covid-19 pandemic. Whether you knew about homeschooling already or this was your first rodeo, you and your children were able to establish routines and get through the school years unscathed. As...

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Getting Your Children More Involved in Cooking

Getting Your Children More Involved in Cooking

With childhood obesity on the rise, it’s more important than ever to get your kids more involved in meal prep and cooking. Even though your days may be super busy, there’s always time to sneak in a few homemade meals throughout the week. It may only happen on the...

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Mask Mandates Ever Changing

Mask Mandates Ever Changing

With a promise nationwide to have in-school learning again this fall, many schools are facing ever-changing policies. Having to switch to digital learning was a big enough change the last few years, with teachers and parents adapting quickly to every nuance introduced...

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Changing How We View Stress

Changing How We View Stress

When you hear the word “stress,” what comes to mind?    I’m going to go out on a limb and assume you chose something in your life that you perceive as negative. Adults and kids alike, often correlate stress to negative feelings of discomfort and unease. When...

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Benefits of a Student ID Card

Benefits of a Student ID Card

If your children have been homeschooling this past year, you may not have realized how handy a school-issued ID card has been in the past until you don’t have one for your child. The world is your child’s oyster now as the world begins to open up after many adults and...

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Questions to Ask a Potential Child Care Provider

Questions to Ask a Potential Child Care Provider

Summer is still in full swing, but the next school year is quickly approaching. Whether you have a job in addition to your homeschool duties or are looking for an enriching experience for your kids, a child care facility can help support your efforts. Here are some...

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3 Ways to Help Your Homeschooler Make Friends

3 Ways to Help Your Homeschooler Make Friends

One of the biggest worries of homeschool parents is that their children won’t make as many friends as they would in public school. Don’t worry: there are plenty of ways for your kiddo to meet new people outside of school. Here are a few ideas.    Utilize...

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