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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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What Grade Is My Child Ready For?

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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School’s Out – Now What?

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All in the Family: Experiences with Adoption, An Interview with Heather Frommack

 
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T.H.I.N.K. Before You Speak

This acronym can be a helpful teaching tool. 
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Why Your Homeschool Needs A Daily Rest Time

Naptime is just as much for the parents as the child. 
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Stop and Dig Deeper: Developing Interest

Slowing down and focusing on one subject can be an important means of learning. 
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Kids Today, Teens Tomorrow

It won’t be long before you experience the joys from investing in your children when they were young. 
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Finding the Time for Priorities

“Don’t say ‘no,’ just so that you can be a little less inconvenienced. Say ‘no’ so you can say ‘yes’ to what God is putting on your heart.”
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Comparison Shopping: A Homeschool Emporium Story

PSA to homeschool parents: Avoid comparison shopping—It's a trap!
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Advent-ures in Reading Aloud: 6 Holiday Favorites

In our homeschool, we look forward to the coming of cold winter for reading books. Here are some holiday favorites.
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The Great Schoolbook Scavenger Hunt

Looking for ways to save on homeschool curriculum? Here are some places to look!
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The Drawing Board: The Art of School Planning

Are you someone who needs a plan? You’ve come to the right place.
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Kids and Tech: Some Current Favorites

Have you heard of the app, Seek? It identifies plants and creatures just by pointing your phone at it!
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Keeping Kids on Task When the Classroom is Your Living Room

Getting kids to focus can be a struggle! Here’s what this mom is doing.
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Love in the Time of Quarantine

I believe that love is the greatest antidote to grief that we can offer. We have always striven to emphasize the importance of helping others, but this crisis has brought out the urgency of the situation like nothing else has.
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Life in the Time of Coronavirus: How to Stay Rooted in a Time of Upheaval

There’s a lot to mourn. . . But there is a lot to learn from, and a lot to savor in these months, however long they last.
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Three Tips for Stress-Free Nature Study in the Early Years

How can we get our preschoolers and young families out of doors—without losing our sanity—when we face so many obstacles? As a homeschooling mama of 4, I have three tips.
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Giving Our High Schoolers the Education They Need

High school homeschooling is not a race that we have to—or should—run alone.
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Up the Ladder of Independence

Every child climbs to adulthood at a different pace—the trick of parenting is to know when to caution and when to nudge.
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