Online Social Emotional Learning For Children: Games, Videos and More
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Online Social Emotional Learning For Children: Games, Videos and More

Social emotional learning is critical for educational success and has a lifelong impact in relationships and overall stability. The good news is, this online option for elementary school aged kids makes social emotional learning accessible and fun. What Is Social Emotional Learning? It is quite the buzzword in education today, but what is the actual…

When You Never Wanted To Teach But Find Yourself Homeschooling
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When You Never Wanted To Teach But Find Yourself Homeschooling

“I never had any desire to teach.” I have lost track of how many times I have heard it from moms, trying to figure this homeschooling thing out. They did not grow up imagining themselves in a classroom. They don’t love the Target dollar section’s educational supplies. They never really wanted to do this. But…

Interest-Led Homeschooling: When Your Kids Have Different Interests
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Interest-Led Homeschooling: When Your Kids Have Different Interests

Interest-led homeschooling can get complicated when you have children with varying interests. Here’s how we make it work! One morning last week, my oldest son yelled and asked me to come into his room. “I’m with your brother. Give me a minute!” I yelled back because I am super serene and classy like that. I…

Homeschooling A Struggling Reader? 31 Things You Need To Know
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Homeschooling A Struggling Reader? 31 Things You Need To Know

I realize that it was not any one thing that helped my struggling reader. It was all the things. This is everything I want you to know about homeschooling a struggling reader. My youngest son is reading. He is really, truly reading. His reading skills have improved dramatically over the past year. He can play…

Why Is Writing Such A Difficult Subject In Our Homeschool?
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Why Is Writing Such A Difficult Subject In Our Homeschool?

“Why is writing such a difficult subject in our homeschool?” I have been asked this over and over again, especially this year. Writing is not working for a lot of kids right now. Here’s how you can help. Broken pencils. Big tears. Avoidance. Outright defiance. Total breakdowns. These are just some of the words parents…

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