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Homeschooling takes a lot of courage

It takes a lot of courage to pull your child out of public school and start homeschooling. And it requires a lot of work. But most parents of children with dyslexia will tell you that homeschooling was the best thing they ever did. 257 more words

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Summer Project: A Little Something for the "Humanities Kid"

Summer starts tomorrow, sort of, which means I am getting serious about prepping for those fall classes I mentioned way back in my last post. I’m so excited to re-read my Richardson and Fielding for my… 526 more words

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Life Changes. Children Grow. Mamas Cry.

We always said that we would assess our next educational move at the end of each school year. We reasoned that the kids’ education would be a constant assessing of needs and desires coupled with what we are able to facilitate and provide for them. 956 more words

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Time Management and Organization

1. Create a routine—and stick to it! Get into the habit of waking up and going to bed at the same time. This will result in increased energy and wellbeing, and provide a definite gauge of the total time you have available to spend in a day. 232 more words

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A Ton Of Strategies For Homeschooling Success

Many parents think the best education can be had through home schooling. That said, you have to know what you’re getting into. The article that follows contains some very helpful tips when you want to home school your child. 278 more words

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Perlukah Anak Sekolah di PAUD?

Setiap bertemu dengan sanak, kerabat, teman, atau orang yang baru kenal yang ditanya adalah kabar. Setelah tanya kabar, yang menjadi objek pertanyaan biasanya anak. Umur berapa, siapa namanya, dan hal yang sering ditanyakan adalah, ‘sudah sekolah apa belum?’ 1,004 more words

Pendidikan Anak

Why Being Advanced Doesn’t Really Matter

One of the first things I discovered being a mom is that I live in a culture where being advanced is applauded. When Timmy was a little over a year old, a local TV show featured a 2-year-old genius who can write and read like a 5-year-old. 1,397 more words

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