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Blended Learning: The New Classroom?

Blended Learning: The New Classroom?

Blended learning existed before Covid-19 changed the school system, but many schools weren’t really pushing this type of learning until now. Many people, teachers and parents both, who felt that education is best in person, but that’s not always the case. Children...

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Spring Cleaning Is Here!

Spring Cleaning Is Here!

With the clocks set back and the birds singing in the warm air, that can only mean one thing: Spring has arrived! And the second piece to spring arriving is also taking a look around your house and deeming it time for a decluttering session. If the answer is a...

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Fun Mother’s Day Activities

Fun Mother’s Day Activities

Mother’s Day is a chance for any mom to have a nice, peaceful day, however that may be for them. It could involve a spa day, sleeping in, shopping, or even skydiving! However you as a mother wants to kick back and enjoy the day is entirely up to you! If you’re a...

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Self-Accountability for Homeschool Parents

Self-Accountability for Homeschool Parents

As a homeschool parent, your primary goal is to provide an excellent, above-average education for your child. To meet this goal, your responsibilities include self-accountability – to yourself as a teacher, and to your child as a student who is depending on you to...

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The World’s “Homeschooling Moment”

The World’s “Homeschooling Moment”

Homeschooling families can be found all over the world, from Japan to Taiwan to Argentina to South Africa. Homeschooling is not a novel idea. In fact, the idea of sending children to spend most of their day away from home at a formal school is a relatively new custom....

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Why Financial Literacy is Important for Homeschoolers

Why Financial Literacy is Important for Homeschoolers

In 2019, the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) found that 2 in 5 adults have a budget and stick to it to keep track of their spending. Another finding from the same survey showed that less than 1 in 5 adults feel confident in their current saving...

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How TechEd Can Drive Homeschooling Success

How TechEd Can Drive Homeschooling Success

One of the potential downsides of homeschooling has always been that it relies heavily on pen and paper teaching techniques.  Getting kids to crank out pages of worksheets, presentations and quizzes is often not conducive to turning out motivated self-learners. The...

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2022 School Choice Policy

2022 School Choice Policy

January 23-29 was National School Choice Week 2022.  Parents across the U.S. were given specific opportunities to learn what school choice means, check out the options in their state, learn about the various types of schools available to their children and access...

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STEAM Education

STEAM Education

By now, most of you have heard about STEM education and the benefits it could give to your children’s learning. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. But have you heard about its spinoff in STEAM? STEAM still incorporates the same four...

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Healthy & Hearty Meals for Winter

Healthy & Hearty Meals for Winter

During these winter months, it may seem harder and harder to keep warm! And with some limited food options during the cold weather, your meals may seem a little lackluster. But there are plenty of recipes and meals you can make that will fill you up and provide...

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Homeschooling News 2022

Homeschooling News 2022

POST PANDEMIC EDUCATION ADJUSTMENTS Americans are beginning to attempt to return to pre-pandemic life. Although it won’t be an “all-in” result for some time, the effort has begun.  Much to everyone’s surprise, K to 12 education will potentially show more change based...

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Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Your Kids

Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Your Kids

Whether you are planning a romantic dinner with your partner or just Netflix and chilling, you will most likely want to involve your children in some activities. They may want to make Valentine’s for you and your partner, or do something special to help celebrate the...

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Pros and Cons of Preschool

Pros and Cons of Preschool

Parents often go through the motions when it comes to education. As soon as school begins, it should be attended. But is preschool necessary? And more importantly, is preschool necessary for your child? Disadvantages Depending on your schedule, preschools can throw a...

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Advantages & Disadvantages of Public Schools Pt. 2

Advantages & Disadvantages of Public Schools Pt. 2

Many families can’t afford or don’t even think about other education besides public learning. Public education comes with its own set of advantages and disadvantages, of course, just like any other type of schooling options available to your family. Whether you’re...

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