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If Your Child is Failing a Class

If Your Child is Failing a Class

No parent wants to think about their child not thriving, whether it is in their home life or at school. But it does happen, and parents need to be as involved as possible in what is going on with their kids at school. This can be anything and everything, from who they...

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Teaching Time Management

Teaching Time Management

Time management is something anyone can struggle to maintain, whether they are a child or an adult. It is important to start instilling some lessons on time management as early as you can so your child can learn to adapt and use their time wisely.  Prioritizing The...

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Keeping Your Kid Organized

Keeping Your Kid Organized

Does it seem like every day there is something your child is missing or forgetting? These are the woes of parenthood across the country! But if you feel like your child is chronically disorganized, this may be doing more harm than good for them in their academic and...

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Differing Communication Styles

Differing Communication Styles

Being able to effectively communicate is a must for any child, whether it is to simply have their voice heard or to properly learn in school. Some kids can be very bashful or struggle in communicating their thoughts or emotions, and it is up to us as parents to help...

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Teaching Time Management

Teaching Time Management

Time management is something anyone can struggle to maintain, whether they are a child or an adult. It is important to start instilling some lessons on time management as early as you can so your child can learn to adapt and use their time wisely.  Prioritizing The...

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COLLEGE ADMISSION FOR HOMESCHOOLERS

COLLEGE ADMISSION FOR HOMESCHOOLERS

It’s time for high school juniors and seniors to begin the process of applying for college semesters that begin in the fall of 2024 and winter of 2025.  Admissions advisors recommend that students begin applying for college admission late in their junior year and no...

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Mother’s Day Activities

Mother’s Day Activities

Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and you may be waiting patiently for a little rest and relaxation. But you may have younger children at home, or are a single parent, or simply want to spend some fun time with your kids on Mother’s Day. There are plenty of...

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Differing Communication Styles

Differing Communication Styles

Being able to effectively communicate is a must for any child, whether it is to simply have their voice heard or to properly learn in school. Some kids can be very bashful or struggle in communicating their thoughts or emotions, and it is up to us as parents to help...

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Showing Kids How to Be Persistent

Showing Kids How to Be Persistent

As children grow up, they may not always be aware of how important persistence can be in their daily lives. Children can be stubborn and want things for themselves, but there is a big difference between wanting something and striving for something.  Laser Focused When...

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Celebrating Earth Day

Celebrating Earth Day

Towards the end of this month we celebrate Earth Day, a great way to learn and appreciate everything this planet has provided us with. Whether your children are young or old, there are plenty of ways to help them show their appreciation of this glorious green Earth. ...

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Good Money Habits for Kids

Good Money Habits for Kids

Finances can be tricky for adults of any age, let alone when it comes time to teaching your children about money! But don’t worry, making sure your kids have a good clear and basic understanding of money can help them get set for success no matter what career they...

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Expectations of Our Children

Expectations of Our Children

In today’s hectic world, it is far too easy to get caught up in the regular routines and forget to check in on our children. Every day brings it’s own set of challenges and for some kids, it can be overwhelming. Whether you homeschool or send your kids to a...

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Teaching Kids to be Truly Healthy

Teaching Kids to be Truly Healthy

For many people, January is a time to make New Year Resolutions. These can be anything and everything, and even a lot of children and young adults strive to make changes to their day-to-day lives. So, whether you or your child has decided to be healthier this year,...

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Student Portfolios

Student Portfolios

Since the dawn of schools, there have always been a set of tests or evaluations to assess how well a child is learning. This helps them move forward into the next grade all the way through their school years, and shows how they are doing academically. But are tests...

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Fun St. Patrick’s Day Activities

Fun St. Patrick’s Day Activities

Nothing sounds more like St. Patrick’s day than four-leaf clovers and rainbows, so here are some fun activities you can do with your children to help celebrate the holiday! Treasure Hunt Everyone has heard about the Pot O’ Gold at the end of the rainbow. Although kids...

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Why Teach A Foreign Language To Homeschoolers?

Why Teach A Foreign Language To Homeschoolers?

THE LANGUAGE LEARNING GAP IN THE U.S. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 60 million Americans speak a language other than English at home. But more than 231 million speak only English at home, and don't know another language well enough to use it for communication...

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Education Trends This Year

Education Trends This Year

Every parent knows that schools are undergoing a massive overhaul in their education systems. For years, teaching kids has been pretty much the same since our parents were taught. Schools and educators now know that these methods do not work for every child, and that...

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The Reading Program that Works for Your Kid

The Reading Program that Works for Your Kid

If your child is struggling to read, there are many different routes you can take to help them out. Whether you are leaning towards a full-blown tutor or simply adding more reading into their day, there is a way to help them succeed! Figuring Out the Challenges First...

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Tech and Schools: What’s to Come

Tech and Schools: What’s to Come

More and more, technology is increasing in today’s schools and only gaining popularity. It is a great tool to help keep student’s more involved and active in their teaching and schoolwork, both in and out of the classroom. But will technology keep increasing each...

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Teaching Your Kids Other Country’s Beliefs

Teaching Your Kids Other Country’s Beliefs

It can be easy to fall into your normal routines and beliefs without so much as a second glance to what someone else may believe or be experiencing. But it can be detrimental to you and your family if you are always stuck in your own mindset and belief system. It can...

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Everything About the ACT

Everything About the ACT

Whether your teen is days away from taking the ACT or even years away, it can never be a bad idea to brush up on the ins and outs of the ACT. Many teenagers get nervous about taking the test and want to do good, and will rely on you to help them out. If you have a...

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