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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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3 Old-Fashioned Skills All Kids Should Know

3 Old-Fashioned Skills All Kids Should Know

Between computers, tablets, and smartphones, kids today have an endless supply of knowledge at their fingertips. But even with these new devices and tools, many children don’t grow up learning the same skills as their elders. Here are some things every child should...

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Fun Activities to Add to Your Summer Homeschool Routine

Fun Activities to Add to Your Summer Homeschool Routine

Summer is just around the corner. Whether you choose to continue your curriculum during the summer months or are just looking for some structure to keep your kids occupied in all their free time, here are some fun activities to try.  Create a Summer Reading Program...

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Fun Activities to Add to Your Summer Homeschool Routine

Fun Activities to Add to Your Summer Homeschool Routine

Summer is just around the corner. Whether you choose to continue your curriculum during the summer months or are just looking for some structure to keep your kids occupied in all their free time, here are some fun activities to try.    Create a Summer Reading...

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Keeping Kids Active with Digital Distractions

Keeping Kids Active with Digital Distractions

It might have been difficult during the school years to keep your children focused on their school work without their phones or social media chirping away. Now with summer in full swing, there’s many more hours in a day to fill with activities that hopefully don’t...

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Fun Summer Schedule Ideas for Homeschoolers

Fun Summer Schedule Ideas for Homeschoolers

Summer is here! While long days and extended free time is fun, it is still important to keep a basic schedule during the day. If you don’t want to set a strict schedule, consider setting daily goals about what you want to accomplish. Here is an idea for a fun weekday...

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HS Seniors Experienced Their Last School Year Differently

HS Seniors Experienced Their Last School Year Differently

For most students, the walk down the aisle upon graduation is the best feeling in the world. You have accomplished a huge task, and now you get to show your dedication by receiving your diploma and tossing your hat up into the air. But with the gauntlet of Covid-19...

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5 Healthy Popsicle Recipes for Kids

5 Healthy Popsicle Recipes for Kids

Nothing is more refreshing than a popsicle on a hot summer afternoon. While many store-bought varieties are packed with sugar, you can make your own at home that are actually healthy and still taste delicious. Here are a few recipes your kids will love. As a bonus...

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Safe Summer Activities 2021

Safe Summer Activities 2021

Finally, your children made it through another school year that was tumultuous, to say the least. And, almost more important than that, you survived the ordeal as well. But with summer in full swing brings another set of challenges: what to do to fill those empty...

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How to Have Summer Camp at Home

How to Have Summer Camp at Home

Whether you’re not into traditional summer camps or you’re still wary of sending your kid away this summer because of COVID-19, there are plenty of ways you can give your kids the experience from home. Here are a few ideas.    Plan Your Weeks Traditional summer...

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4 Ways to Homeschool at the Beach

4 Ways to Homeschool at the Beach

Many homeschool families choose to educate year-round. Just because public schools are out for the summer doesn’t mean your kiddos have to go three months without learning anything new. Here are a few ways you can bring the classroom to the beach.    Observe the...

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How to Help Your Child Focus When Reading

How to Help Your Child Focus When Reading

Reading is one of the most important parts of early childhood education, but it can be tough for some preschoolers to concentrate while reading. If this is affecting your child, here are a few ways you can help them focus and get the most out of their reading.   ...

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How to Help Kids Not Be Stressed About Homework

How to Help Kids Not Be Stressed About Homework

Homework can be a major source of stress for kids. If they are struggling with a subject, this extra work can make them feel more overwhelmed. Fortunately, there are some changes you can make to your child’s homework routine that will help reduce their stress and...

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How to Avoid Getting Sick As a Homeschool Parent

How to Avoid Getting Sick As a Homeschool Parent

Between daycare, outings with friends, and the playground, it’s no surprise when your child picks up a bug. It may feel inevitable that their cold will sweep through your entire household, but there are a few ways you avoid a family trip to the doctor. These tips will...

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Differentiating In the Classroom

Differentiating In the Classroom

Imagine you’re walking in on your first day as a new hire at a popular restaurant. You and Jeremy, another new hire, are instructed to make macarons for the head chef. You’ll be scored based on the time it takes you to complete the task, as well as the taste and...

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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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