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Top 7 Homeschooling Apps

Top 7 Homeschooling Apps

As we deal with the CoronaVirus, schools in many States and countries are closed. It’s a relief for many parents to have their kids at home where they can ensure they stay healthy. However, the issue of schooling comes into play. How do we ensure our children continue learning while at home? The easiest way is through homeschooling.

Bribing the Kids? The difference between good and bad reward systems.

Bribing Your Kids?

Today’s post is by teacher and founder, Nidhi Patel. She shares four rules for doing rewards right. I hear families both struggling and thriving with teaching kids at-home. Our new normal has changed a lot of typical rules: screen-time restrictions have been largely lifted and parents are using an age-old technique more than ever…. “Mommy…
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Homeschooling When Your Youngest Eats Crayons

Homeschooling When Your Youngest Eats Crayons

Do you dream of the day when your youngest will behave like the child in the picture above? Enjoying this part of your life requires a combination of mindset shifts and practical help to get through your days without feeling like you are being torn apart at the seams from being pulled in three different directions all day.

Teaching Teens Personal Finance

Teaching Teens Personal Finance

Whether you are homeschooling, your teen or they attend public or private school, personal finance is rarely covered in a typical curriculum. It is up to you, the parent, to make sure you are teaching your teens the personal finance skills they will need to be successful adults. Below you will find the main points…
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A Quick Start Homeschool Curriculum for new or temporary homeschoolers.

A Quick Start Homeschool Curriculum

Have you been thrown suddenly into the world of homeschooling? Many parents are in need of a quick start homeschool curriculum that will provide an easy transition back to public school when the time comes. Maybe you can’t send your child back to school in the fall because of health concerns. Maybe you just aren’t…
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Confessions of a Lazy Homeschool Planner

Confessions of a Lazy Homeschool Planner

I admit it. Even though I insist everyone needs to have a plan, and write a schedule, even if it is a simple rhythm based schedule, I don’t like wasting a lot of time on the planning process. To me, the point of planning is to make my days run smoother. Sometimes planning itself becomes…
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How to Teach Science to Multiple Kids with One Curriculum

How to Teach Science to Multiple Kids with One Curriculum

Science is a favorite subject of my kids. From the time my oldest kids were just little pre-schoolers, when I asked them what they wanted to learn about it was always a science topic. From insects, to planets and plants, they wanted to know more about the world around them. This makes perfect sense. Young…
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Homeschool Essentials

Homeschool Essentials

Not all homeschool essentials can be bought. Some of the most important ingredients in a homeschool have to do with mindsets, attitudes, and lifestyles. There are many wonderful things you can include in your homeschool, but time and money are both limited resources. Knowing what you must have can help you use those limited resources…
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Artie 3000 Robot Giveaway

Artie 3000 Robot Giveaway

Enter to win this adorable drawing robot.

Free Printable Summer Reading Bucket List

Summer Reading Bucket List

Books are the cheapest way to travel the world. Books are the quietest way to meet new people. Books can take you deeper into our world, exploring everything from particles to magnetism to fictional adventures like Journey to the Center of the Earth. Books also take you farther out of your bubble than anything else.…
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