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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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Meditation for Your Kids

Meditation for Your Kids

Whether your children are feeling the pressures of school, social media, extracurricular activities or getting older, there are a plethora of reasons as to why your kids may feel burned out. Everybody of any age needs a break, and it can be hard for children to know...

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Recognizing Apprehension in Your Kids’ Studies

Recognizing Apprehension in Your Kids’ Studies

Do you notice your children avoiding homework? Or dreading going to school everyday? Depending on their course load and teachers, there could be something more going on at school that is making them apprehensive about learning. Depending on your child’s changing...

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Traveling the World with Children

Traveling the World with Children

Everybody loves a vacation, and they are always well deserved. You may take time for yourself and stay home for a few days, or decide to take a week and visit family or friends in a different state. However you choose to spend your travels, they can always be a great...

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Safe Winter Driving with Your Teen

Safe Winter Driving with Your Teen

Most adults know that it is no small feat barreling through snowstorms and icy roads. That’s why it’s important to make sure your teen knows the safety protocols for all your vehicles, and for the road.  Safety First Whether your teen is in the early stages of driving...

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Enjoying the Winter Weather

Enjoying the Winter Weather

If your children can not wait for winter and the upcoming snow, you may be at a loss for activities in the cold weather. But there is plenty to do whether it is the weekend or a snow day from school and work! Playing Outdoors The bare bones snow is all you need to get...

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Multi-Age Classrooms

Multi-Age Classrooms

Multi-age classrooms may be a new concept to you, and you would not be the first one either! But as some schools integrated this method into their systems a few years ago, they are seeing some great learning in their students! What Are Multi-Age Classrooms? It is...

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Teaching Robotics To Homeschoolers

Teaching Robotics To Homeschoolers

If you’re a homeschool parent looking for a “new direction” for your curriculum, robotics offers a great way to do something totally different and generally fascinating to most kids.   The need to study robotics isn’t going anywhere. It’s here to stay. Robotics has,...

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Why Your Kids Need a Debate Class

Why Your Kids Need a Debate Class

As schools shift focuses on learning and remove certain classes or activities, one class or team that should never disappear is a debate class. Although most children do not see the value in these classes and usually do not enjoy them, a debate class is a great way...

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Boosting Your Child’s Self Esteem

Boosting Your Child’s Self Esteem

We all know how difficult growing up can be for any child. With today’s technology, it can be even trickier for kids to feel special and not focus on the wrong things when it comes to their self-esteem. For many parents, it is hard to convey how much we love our...

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Attachment Parenting

Attachment Parenting

Parenting is a constant, ebb and flow style for every new and veteran parent in the world. Talk to any parent, and they will always have a method or idea to share about what has worked (or has not!) for raising a child or children. Although most people cannot say...

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Appreciating the Seasons

Appreciating the Seasons

Your kids may be reluctant to jump back into a school year after having three months off, but that does not mean they still can’t eek a little more appreciation out of the seasons! As summer is winding down and you look toward the fall with your kids, take some time...

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Rethinking the Thanksgiving Feast

Rethinking the Thanksgiving Feast

Do the upcoming festivities leave you a little wilted? Are you wondering how you’re going to get everything cooked, cleaned, and done in time to host a house full of family? This year, it may be time to take a step back and make the holidays a little less extravagant...

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Last Minute Outdoor Activities

Last Minute Outdoor Activities

As the cooler weather slowly creeps in and the homework starts to pile up, your kids may be wishing for summer vacation already in September! But just because they are back to school and the leaves are turning, does not mean you cannot sneak a little bit of fun before...

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Assessing Your Children’s Comprehension

Assessing Your Children’s Comprehension

It can be difficult sometimes gauging how your children are doing in school. They can get good grades and seem to be paying attention in classes, but are they retaining the information they are being taught? It can be easy enough to get distracted or simply learn the...

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Improving Your Child’s Speech

Improving Your Child’s Speech

It can be hard as parents when your child starts struggling, whether it is with something academically or physically. If you are noticing some problems or learning curves with your child’s speech, it can be beneficial to make sure they are physically alright before...

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Easy Halloween Crafts for Kids

Easy Halloween Crafts for Kids

Are your younger children already itching to make some spooky decorations and crafts? There are plenty of crafts and projects that require little to no prep time, and few necessities to get going! So no matter what time of day, you will be prepared to get the spooky...

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Reflective Reading for Your Children

Reflective Reading for Your Children

Your kid may love to read, but do you know if they are comprehending the material enough? As your child grows up, a big part of learning and schoolwork is being able to reflect on the material read, and to then gain a firmer and deeper grasp on the material. To ensure...

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