Tag: Homeschooling Styles

NEW HOMESCHOOLER

Learn The Difference Between Unschooling and Deschooling

It’s that time of year! Parents of frustrated children may be looking for alternatives to the traditional schooling system. While doing research, parents may stumble across the world of homeschooling and want to find out more information. The journey of homeschooling can often be a learning curve. Along the way, you may encounter some new […]

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EXPERIENCED HOMESCHOOLER

Homeschooling Strategies in 10 Minutes

Homeschooling can be a tough task; keeping my students engaged and motivated to complete school work is especially difficult. How do you prevent school from becoming a chore students can’t wait to finish? Here’s 10 homeschooling tips that help me keep my own students engaged. You can apply one of these tips in just about […]

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NEW HOMESCHOOLER, SPECIAL NEEDS/GIFTED

Is There an Easier Way to Homeschool?

We were registered for kindergarten! We were so excited because our son had even gotten into the one year-round elementary school in our county via lottery, and after all the great things we’d heard about the principal and the teachers there, we were feeling really positive about the whole experience. Three months before the first […]

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EXPERIENCED HOMESCHOOLER

Need Activities for Toddlers While Homeschooling Older Siblings?

You’ve taken full advantage of naptime to get some homeschooling work complete, but now your toddler is awake and going wide open. You may be tempted to just turn on the television and sit your toddler in front of it while you’re working one-to-one with an older sibling, and there’s nothing wrong with including some […]

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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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EXPERIENCED HOMESCHOOLER

When Your Children Don’t Learn the Same Way

How one parent solved the dilemma with her two children who learn differently My two children don’t do anything alike. One enjoys playing football and watching scary movies, the other prefers building model cars and reading a biography. When I decided that homeschooling would best fit their educational needs a few years back, I didn’t […]

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NEW HOMESCHOOLER

4 Ways to Manage a Midyear Homeschool Transition

Ready to Make the Midyear Transition to Homeschooling? Here’s What You Need to Do If you’re making the homeschool leap, there are tons of benefits headed your way. One of the most appreciated by homeschoolers is the freedom and flexibility that they are afforded. But as you already know, making the decision to homeschool isn’t […]

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NEW HOMESCHOOLER

By Listening We Help Children Learn

By simply listening, a mother helps her child learn. As parents, we’re eager to contribute to our children’s education. But at one time or another, we all feel frustrated by our inability to teach or explain something. I’ve often felt these frustrations were misguided. According to research with 4- and 5-year-olds conducted by Bethany Rittle-Johnson, […]

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