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As a homeschooling parent, understanding multiple intelligences in children will better help you teach and choose curriculum that leans towards your children's strengths.

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A solid body of research supports the role of the senses in skill development and concept retention.  Multi sensory learning strategies make deliberate use of touch, hearing and sound to enhance the brain’s ability to relay information.  According to educational research, the more sensory pathways we involve, the more efficiently and effectively we learn.  Anyone who’s observed a baby or a toddler exploring the environment will understand the advantages of …

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What do you do if your child hates to read or just won’t sit still long enough for a story? You encourage her to read in small bites, the way everyone reads throughout a normal day. Whether you have a beginning reader or a 12-year-old who still stumbles over words, you can use these ideas to help your child improve reading skills. Cook together, and let your child give you …

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Whether you are new to homeschooling or a veteran homeschooler, there’s always something new to discover. Homeschooling is awesome and we want to help you make it an even better experience!

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Congratulation! You have decided to start homeschooling…now what? What do you do? HELP!! We know there can be a lot of fear and uncertainty when you start homeschooling especially in the middle of the year, but, it is often the perfect time to start homeschooling. You don’t want to ruin your child, but you know there has to be a better way. Here are some important points to get started: …

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What Do You Need to Teach Your Child? This is a question almost everyone asks, from people who are exploring the idea of homeschooling to those who have been homeschooling for a while. But stop for just a minute, and really let that question sink in…what do you need to teach your child? Maybe a better way to phrase it is,“What does your child REALLY need to know?” According to …

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As we look forward to the start of a new school year, there is usually much anticipation as well as a bit of anxiety. We all want to make sure we are using the “right” curriculum and doing this homeschooling thing the “right” way. The truth is that there is not ONE right way that works for everyone. Some people like to be very structured and lay out their coursework …

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You may hear many questions like these and will need to distinguish between those who are being critical and those who are just curious.

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When you’re considering homeschooling, you’re likely to hear (or read) a number of myths mixed in with facts from a range of different sources. And it’s the myths that can make you question whether homeschooling is the best option for your family. After all, as a parent, your primary goal is to do the best you can for your family, including ensuring that your children receive a quality education and …

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