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Expert Post: Tips for Helping Your Kids with Homework and Study Habits

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  Developing good homework and study habits is hard. Many parents claim it to be the most laborious task because these habits don’t come quickly or fall naturally. Many kids need to be trained how to grow these habits over time. And, sometimes, that can be difficult when you are not confident how little (or Read the full article…

Creativity vs. Conflict: Online Activities for Kids on a Winter Day

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    It’s hard on kids when they’re stuck inside on a frigid winter day. It’s no picnic for adults either. Children who are cooped up together for hours at a time are likely to get frustrated and take it out on each other. When the fur starts flying, it’s up to mom or dad Read the full article…

Tips on Getting Kids off the Couch and Enjoying Physical Activities

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  It can be challenging for a child to do the recommended amount of daily physical activity. School demands, busy family lifestyles and of course television and other screened electronic devices that cause distractions fill up the day, but children who do not participate in physical activities on a regular basis can experience damaging effects Read the full article…

Why I am choosing to Send my Kids to School Next Year

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  Change can be frightening, but in one way or another, it’s always good.  It’s good to push yourself to have new experiences, meet new people, and see where it takes you. I have homeschooled my kids since the beginning.  Originally, I started homeschooling when my oldest exhibited severe anxiety.  I thought that he would Read the full article…

5-Creative Ways to Teach your Kids about Solar Energy

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        Solar energy is becoming more and more prevalent—by the time children born in 2017 are sitting in a high school science class or being taught from home, it’s possible that their whole school or home will be powered by solar energy. With research being conducted on everything from mass production of Read the full article…

Why Kids Should “Science” More

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  Science is one of the few subjects that answer children’s questions about their environment and where different things come from. In schools, science is one of the most important subjects because it enables students to learn different facts, work on numerous projects that help develop cognitive ability and most importantly it teaches life skills Read the full article…

A to Z Farm Animal Playset: Smart, Sustainable Eco-toys for kids 0-5+ Years! + Giveaway

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  I received the A to Z Farm Animal playset in exchange for an honest review.  The opinions expressed herein are 100% my own.  This post contains affiliate links.  This means if you click on a link and purchase an item, I will receive a small commission which I will use to run this blog. Read the full article…

Free Lesson Plans for Teaching your Kids about Bias, Social Injustice, and the Consequences of Hate

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    Wow guys.  Nobody seems to be talking about this. As I see it, being a homeschooler, we are at an advantage.  We are able to teach our children right from wrong.  Bad from good.  In my mind,  in this situation, there is a bad and there is a good.  There is a right Read the full article…

How to get your Workout In With Kids in Tow

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  It’s difficult to take care of yourself when you are busy taking care of kids.  I understand.  With every moment of your day scheduled, and the free moments spent with dealing with meltdowns, meals, breaking up fights, work, and cleaning – there is no possible way to add one more thing. We all have Read the full article…

Keep your Kids Smart and Happy During School Breaks!

    Is spring break looming in your future? Mid-winter and spring break can feel like a burden to parents who are anxious to fill the time with activities and opportunities to keep the kiddos from being bored. While traditionally spring break is an opportunity for travel for college students, if you are home with Read the full article…