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Planning Ahead with Long-Term Goals

Planning Ahead with Long-Term Goals

A prosperous future does not come easily. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to achieve great success. However, there are ways your child can make the future less stressful than it needs to be. Planning a future with long-term goals helps a student keep their...

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Educational Goals in the Near Future

Educational Goals in the Near Future

Short-term and long-term goals for your child’s education are essential to mull over. Goals aid in keeping a person on track and achieving milestones for a successful future. It is vital to have both short-term and long-term goals, but our focus today is on goals your...

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Top 6 Cheap and Fun Science Experiments for All Ages

Top 6 Cheap and Fun Science Experiments for All Ages

Are you struggling to find a way to make science fun for your child? Is the curriculum not holding your child’s attention? Do not fret! There are many science experiments that your family can create with common household materials. These projects will spark the...

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Helping Kids with Loneliness

Helping Kids with Loneliness

With the 2020 school year coming to a close, many children equate that with running outside to go explore and play with their friends. Since Covid-19, however, this pandemic has severely limited what’s possible for children to do with their free time. Although adults...

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Where to begin if you want to continue homeschooling

Where to begin if you want to continue homeschooling

You weren’t quite sure how this last year was going to work with suddenly homeschooling your child while also working full time, but somehow, you survived. And you and your child may have potentially thrived during the experience, finding the right balance of...

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Summer Vacations in 2021

Summer Vacations in 2021

With many Americans receiving the Covid vaccine and becoming fully vaccinated before summer break, many people may be itching to get outside and go exploring. But if you have children, how do you handle these situations? The adults in your home are vaccinated, not...

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Teaching Children Philosophy

Teaching Children Philosophy

Life is full of philosophical perspectives that advance critical thinking skills and respect opposing viewpoints. Critical thinking is a mandatory skill to obtain as it enhances the ability to ask questions, seek an understanding, and make decisions. Philosophy...

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Supporting Students Through Read Alouds

Supporting Students Through Read Alouds

Are you looking for ways to impact your child’s education and their future?  Many parents are.  However, sometimes as a parent, we just don’t know the best way to support our child’s learning.  That’s why we have teachers, right?  But what if the parent is the...

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Homeschooling a Social Learner

Homeschooling a Social Learner

A social learner is also known as an interpersonal learner, which means your child learns better in a group. Group settings have the advantages of feeding off one another by sharing ideas and utilizing vital teamwork skills. However, working with others may be a...

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Keeping Kids Active Indoors During Covid

Keeping Kids Active Indoors During Covid

It can be difficult keeping your child active even in a regular school year, let along during a pandemic and when their school is also their living room. But there are fast and simple ways of making sure your child is regularly exercising, and keeping it interesting...

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Juggling Homeschooling with Both Parents as Teachers

Juggling Homeschooling with Both Parents as Teachers

Like many parents, you and your spouse were tossed into the homeschooling realm with a few tidbits and a new classroom in your living room. You both were able to juggle the responsibilities of schooling and work, but if you’re worried about further homeschooling at...

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Reasons to Homeschool Outside

Reasons to Homeschool Outside

The weather is getting nicer and your kids are getting more restless. It must be springtime! Whether you homeschool year-round or are still learning remotely because of COVID, there are a ton of reasons to get your kids outside as much as you can. Here are just a...

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Home School Work Spaces for Small Environments

Home School Work Spaces for Small Environments

Typical elementary school classrooms are full of bright colors and neatly organized materials. Teachers create a stimulating learning environment to keep their students mentally engaged. When Covid-19 hit, and my children were forced to begin our homeschool experiment...

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Spring Fever Ideas for your Homeschool

Spring Fever Ideas for your Homeschool

Has Spring Fever invaded your home? The birds are singing and the sun is beaming and your homeschooler is getting restless.  Spring has officially sprung and the warm outdoors are making it difficult to keep your child focused on schoolwork and learning. It’s no...

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Engaging Students Through Technology

Engaging Students Through Technology

Technology. It seems like everywhere you go you are surrounded by tablets, phones, computers, televisions, wifi signals, and more! Whether you embrace it or loathe it, technology is here to stay. But having the technology resources isn’t good enough. The most...

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Homeschooling Children with ADHD

Homeschooling Children with ADHD

There are some great benefits that work really well for children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder(ADHD). This form of education can cater to the needs of the child. It can also help them gain the confidence they need to perform well academically....

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Healthy Spring Snacks for Kids

Healthy Spring Snacks for Kids

Spring means more time outdoors for your kids to play. With all that extra running around, they’re going to need nutritious snacks to keep them fueled up throughout the day. Here are a few fun, healthy Spring snacks that your kids will love.    Fruit Cup Birds...

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