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Dec03
Homeschooling Selects Specialization Over Well-roundedness

Homeschooling Selects Specialization Over Well-roundedness

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Many homeschooling families are not as concerned with offering their children a well-rounded education as they are with walking alongside them as they find their place in the world.

Nov01
How To Help With Homework If Math Is A 4-Letter Word In Your House

How To Help With Homework If Math Is A 4-Letter Word In Your House

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Apparently I’m not the only parent alone in my sentiment of being mystified by grade school math. Here’s how to help your grade schooler without having to go back-to-school yourself.

Oct08
Failure is a Possibility. Expect it.

Failure is a Possibility. Expect it.

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Throughout this homeschooling journey, I have learned the only sure-fire way to fail is never to try at all. It is why a solid education requires a sustained effort, regardless of where that education occurs.

Sep23
Your Child Says Their Teacher Is Mean, What Do You Do?

Your Child Says Their Teacher Is Mean, What Do You Do?

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It is the time of year when you begin to hear complaints from the kids about their teachers. Cries of “My teacher hates me!” and “My teacher is mean!” are played out over the dinner tables in many of our homes. So what do you do? How do you know when to step in and when to let your child work it out for themselves?

Sep16
The Kindergarten Transition of Doom

The Kindergarten Transition of Doom

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I enrolled my daughter in a kindergarten class that she hates. Is it too early to freak out?

Sep02
Be Flexible – Learning Does Not Have a “Face”

Be Flexible – Learning Does Not Have a “Face”

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The most attractive asset available for homeschooling families is flexibility. Not just the freedom to change what is not working, but releasing the notion that learning, in and of itself, has a “face”.

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