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NEW HOMESCHOOLER

5 Ways to Get Your High Schooler in Back-to-Homeschool Mode

This homeschool year will go so much more smoothly if you and your high schooler are in sync. With mobile apps, social networking, texting, and video games competing for your high schooler’s attention, you may be wondering how you are going to get them to focus on homeschool. The answer lies in one of the […]

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AFTERSCHOOL/SKILL BUILDING

Creative Math Help for the Atypical Student

“Average” is only for numbers. Some students need a more customized and creative math approach. Traditional math instruction is designed for “traditional” students. But, what if your student has learning differences and needs remedial math guidance. Or, what about kids especially savvy with numbers who need gifted math intervention? Out-of-the-box learners need a more custom-made […]

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NEW HOMESCHOOLER

Independent Learning is Good for You & Your Homeschooler

Why you need to balance parent/student interaction in your homeschool My children have a pet peeve. I guess you could say I am their pet peeve, but to put a finer point on it, it’s really my hovering over them while they do their homeschool work that causes issues. I have this sort of “guilt […]

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TIPS & WORKSHEETS

Learning Throughout the Summer

Updated: May 4th, 2018 Time certainly does fly. I can’t believe summer is almost here. But before it does arrive, I always like to share some ideas for homeschooling during the summer. I don’t know about you, but my children tend to get a little lazy during the hot summer months. Don’t get me wrong, […]

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TIPS & WORKSHEETS

Earth Day Projects for Homeschool Families

Eco-Friendly Ideas for Going Green This month we celebrate Earth Day. First celebrated in 1970, it was started by former Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson to bring to light the importance of taking care of our planet. There are so many ways to nurture Earth and protect it. It doesn’t matter how old you are or […]

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