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A Teenager in My House: 3 Takeaways

If you are wondering how to cultivate conversations with your teen, here are some ideas! 
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Is All Of You In Your Own Basket

Take a deep breath—It isn’t all resting on your shoulders. 
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Do You “Enjoy Every Moment”?

A homeschooling mom's thoughts on what it means to "Enjoy Every Moment."
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You Need a Plan

How this homeschool family is helping their daughter plan for her future through the high school years.
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Read-Alouds Are for Big Kids Too

Reading aloud has so many benefits, as this homeschooling mom shares! Here's how she fits reading time into their homeschool day.
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Scheduling Your Homeschool Day: Rhythm and Routine

There are various ways to schedule your homeschool day. Here's what this mom has found works for her family: a blend of routine and flexibility.
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High School Planning with Your Teen

Because every child is different, and especially because homeschooling encourages individuality, every child’s plan should look a little different.
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Personal Progress in a Pandemic

The pandemic can be a positive opportunity to stretch yourself and grow in areas of weakness. This homeschooling mom shares how she improved her scheduling skills.
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A Shadowbox of Memories: Choosing What to Treasure

When reviewing your homeschool journey, there are some moments to reflect on and cherish.
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Do You Procrastinate? Evaluate!

"A Teen’s Guide to Getting Stuff Done by Jennifer Shannon, LMFT approaches procrastination not as a flaw to be conquered, but as a part of your personality to be understood . . ."
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The “Professional” Homeschool Mom: Minimizing the Challenges

Teachers have an incredible impact in a child's life. Leaving an outside job to homeschool may take some adjustment, but in the end, you'll likely find it's one of the best investments you ever made.
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Having Fun in a COVID Summer

If you’re looking for engaging activities to do with your preschooler in this final month of summer, here are some things we’ve loved.
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10 Books to Read to Your Preschooler to Celebrate the Fourth of July

These 10 resources are a great way to prepare for Fourth of July celebrations and spark patriotism in your own children.
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6 Tips to Begin Homeschooling Your Special Needs Child

If your child was just diagnosed with a learning disability or a special need of any kind, there can be a myriad of emotions to deal with, such as shock, concern, fear, relief, anger, or sadness.
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A Homeschool Day in the Life: You Can Do This!

Here is an outline of our average homeschool day (from The Shutdown till our end of year in mid-June). For reference, I have five children: grades 4–7 (three girls), K/1st (boy), and a baby boy born last October.
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Round and Round(ing): A Numbers Project

There's nothing like a real-life example to cement some math skills! 
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How to Adapt if My Child’s Not on Grade Level

If your child is not on grade level or doesn’t seem to fit into the curriculum/level you have selected, don’t panic! Wondering where to begin and what’s allowed? grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk about it . . .
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1.5 Billion Children, 190 Countries—All Learning at Home

With 90 percent of the world’s schoolchildren now learning at home, education leaders want their parents to know that homeschooling works.
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The Year of Letting Go

Homeschooling has allowed me to prepare my children for adventures of their own. 
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A Homeschooler’s School-at-Home Tips

If you're new to homeschooling during the pandemic, here are some tips from a veteran homeschool mom.
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