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Healthy Habits for Your Kids

Healthy Habits for Your Kids

In today’s busy world, it can seem almost impossible having everyone gathered at home for one home-cooked meal a week. Between school and sports, work, meetings, and all the chores and errands in your family’s schedule, the last thing you may feel like doing is...

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Nature Photography with your Kids

Nature Photography with your Kids

There are harder finds of true beauty than the natural world around us – sure, AI is coming up with some pretty spectacular images, but seeing a sunset or sunrise in person can be awe inspiring! Don’t forget to include your kids in some of the best and easiest...

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Solar System Projects for Kids

Solar System Projects for Kids

If you have been wanting to do a fun activity for your kids that can also serve as a little bit of a learning lesson, then look no further than the solar system! There are tons of ways to make a solar system with your young kids as a fun, interactive way to learn the...

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Labor Day Fun with Your Children!

Labor Day Fun with Your Children!

Labor Day Weekend is a great little break for your family right around school time. Whether your children start after the holiday or before, they get to relax and you get to enjoy a longer weekend as hopefully the weather cools down. But if you all are hoping for a...

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Motivating Kids to Learn

Motivating Kids to Learn

It can be tricky keeping up the momentum in your children’s motivation in school. We can all remember our own days at school, itchy for recess or even the final bell, when we can go about the rest of the day, doing activities we’ve been thinking about since that...

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Learning Through Music

Learning Through Music

Music is everywhere you put your ear to! It can change emotions, engage a room of people, and get your body shaking! Music has the uncanny ability to reach people both in on an emotional and physical level. Many teachers today are realizing that music can help kids...

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Back to School Success

Back to School Success

If your kids keep glancing at the calendar, dumbfounded that it is back to school time already, don’t worry, it’s normal. Every summer seems to fly by for parents and children alike, and getting back into that early morning routine can be difficult, let alone for your...

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Back to School Blues

Back to School Blues

It is that time again; time to shop for pencils, notebooks, backpacks, and fresh clothes. The summer might have flown by, and your kids are already morose thinking about going back into the groove of school. But if you’re thinking it might be time for a few more fun...

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ACCREDITED HOMESCHOOLS

ACCREDITED HOMESCHOOLS

A high percentage of homeschool students are transfers from the public school system.  Public schools are continuously focused on their “accreditation,” which lends them credibility in terms of the value of a graduate diploma from their school.  Many public schools...

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Fun Summer Road Trip Ideas

Fun Summer Road Trip Ideas

Is your family tired of the same four walls at home? Are you ready to do some more traveling this summer but not looking forward to the actual travel part? We have got some fun road trip ideas to keep it interesting no matter how young or old your kids may be!  I Spy...

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Make Your Own Obstacle Course This Summer

Make Your Own Obstacle Course This Summer

You may or may not have seen the popular show called American Ninja Warrior, but it can be a great way to get you and your kids out and exercising this summer! You can create your own course to run in your own backyard, making it a great project for you and your kids,...

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Summer Olympics in Your Backyard!

Summer Olympics in Your Backyard!

Are you looking for ways to keep your kids entertained and active this summer? Look no further than your own backyard! There is a plethora of activities you can create in your own living space that can keep bored kids happy all summer long! Raise the Stakes If you...

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How To Have A Safe 4th Of July

How To Have A Safe 4th Of July

Whether you want to set off fireworks at home, or go around to all the city’s fireworks displays, you want to ensure your family is safe, and enjoying themselves! No matter the age of your kids, there is bound to be challenges around seeing the fireworks and keeping...

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When Your Child Has Challenges with Reading

When Your Child Has Challenges with Reading

Homeschooling or public-school learning, some children will face challenges with reading. Some children grab onto it and pick it up right away, while others struggle to form the words or comprehend what they are reading. There are no wrong or right ways of teaching...

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Helping Your Child Feel Connected in Distance Learning

Helping Your Child Feel Connected in Distance Learning

Even with the world becoming ever-more open post Covid, many schools have still relied heavily on distance learning. It’s a great way to continue education if a school is still reluctant to dive head first into re-opening their doors. But it can also be a little...

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Helping Your Child Learn to Read and Write

Helping Your Child Learn to Read and Write

Keeping learning fun for your child can be quite easy when you know how to shape the learning. As kids get older and start noticing you type, text, or read something, they start to get curious. They want to know what you are saying to others or reading, and will put...

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Finding Books Your Kid Will Read

Finding Books Your Kid Will Read

Whether you have an avid reader or a child who doesn’t like to read, the spectrum of available books can be a tad overwhelming. How do you find titles that work within your child’s reading level but also helps them progress? What if they’re reading at a higher level...

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What AI Can Bring to Teaching

What AI Can Bring to Teaching

With all the ways that digital technology is improving the world, it’s worth noting how much of a change is happening in teaching and schools. What once was a strict brick-and-mortar, lecture-based learning regimen has evolved to include in-home learning with a...

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Instilling Self-Advocacy to Your Grade-Schooler

Instilling Self-Advocacy to Your Grade-Schooler

We may forget our grade school days of self-discovery and finding your voice. It can be difficult for some kids to come into their own, and speak up for themselves. If you have a grade-schooler at home, now is the time to make sure they’re getting comfortable in their...

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SAT Cramming Sessions for your Teen

SAT Cramming Sessions for your Teen

Whether your teen was studying dutifully up until the day of the exam, or they are waiting last minute, there’s always going to be cramming sessions for the SAT exam. But what’s the best way to tackle all that information and help your teen do the best that they can?...

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Common Misconceptions of the SAT & ACT

Common Misconceptions of the SAT & ACT

Although the SAT and ACT tests are required for high school students, there are many myths and misconceptions about the tests. Even if students are studying for them non-stop, they may have a misunderstanding around their results. Here are some of the top...

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