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Homeschool Connections Student Blog

This student blog is brought to you by the students of Mrs. Kapusta’s class and guest contributors. Together students write the articles and publish it right here on our website.

Please take a moment to read through the latest edition and give these students a pat on the back for a job well done.

A "reluctant reader" has the skills to read, he or she just doesn't enjoy it for very much. There are things you can do encourage a love of reading. Just follow these tips for teaching a reluctant learner...

As parents, we want to help our children to learn to have a more realistic and balanced point of view about the positive and negative aspects of life.  To do this, however, we need to look at our own attitudes and help our children build positive attitudes about their place in the world. ...

A solid body of research supports the role of the senses in skill development and concept retention.  Multisensory 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......

With each person comes a different personality, with each teacher comes a different prospective, and with each student comes a diverse way of thinking. Every one acts differently according to their beliefs. As a teacher, I have found that I need to teach with my......

“Ugh! Math stinks; I only do it because I have to.”  Have you ever heard or said this yourself? Have you every wondered why kids hate math? Well, I feel your pain. I hated math too, and now I teach the stuff I once couldn’t......

One of the most important skills we can develop in our children is helping them find their “voices” and become self-advocates. There are many situations where they must decide what they need and be able to voice it. Often, as parents, we plan what our......

One of our founding principles at Homeschool Connections was to provide an environment where homeschooling families felt included, welcomed and connected with each other and the resources available to them. Over 12 years later, “Connecting and Belonging” is still one of our top priorities and......