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Choosing A School District’s Virtual Option

Choosing A School District’s Virtual Option

Tis the season!  No, not THAT season.  Back to school season!  Unfortunately, this year is not shaping up to be a “normal” school year that everyone was so desperately hoping for.  With Covid-19 running rampant through our towns and communities, you may be hesitant to...

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Starting Up Homeschooling Checklist

Starting Up Homeschooling Checklist

If you’re beginning the journey of homeschooling with your children this school year, congratulations! It’s a great way to be more involved in your children’s learning and to help them reach their true potential. You may also be feeling a little overwhelmed as to...

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Signs You Should Homeschool Your Kids

Signs You Should Homeschool Your Kids

More and more parents are wanting their children to receive an education different than what the public school system offers. Homeschooling may seem daunting to some parents, but it could very well be the best decision for your family. Here are three clear signs that...

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Schooling Your Children on Equality

Schooling Your Children on Equality

After a few tumultuous years have come and gone, a return to normalcy may seem close on the horizon. Choosing to homeschool your children may have come from a love of online learning while schools were forced to shut down, or you may have already been homeschooling...

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Preparing Your Kids for In-Person Learning in Fall

Preparing Your Kids for In-Person Learning in Fall

Before this last school year came to a close, many schools across the country were already announcing that they would be open for all students come Fall 2021. The CDC director, Rochelle Walensky, also said the same thing to the news in April, stating that “schools...

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How Global Student Network Can Help Your Child’s Education

How Global Student Network Can Help Your Child’s Education

If the last year or so has taught you as a parent anything, it’s that resiliency matters. Jumping into homeschooling for your children at a moment’s notice due to Covid-19 last year made you aware of so many things. Your adaption to change, your children’s adaption to...

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Teaching Boundaries with COVID-19

Teaching Boundaries with COVID-19

If you have young children at home, chances are it’s been fairly difficult in having them keep their hands to themselves. As the world is opening up more, it’s been a little easier running errands and getting out. But what about your toddlers? Are they grabbing onto...

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Summer Smash Book

Summer Smash Book

Are you looking for an interactive activity that you can do with your kids this summer? Smash books are a great way to stimulate creativity, save money, and promote mindfulness for both you and your young ones. Smash books also serve as a memory keepsake for all of...

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The Importance of Summer Tutoring Lessons for Children

The Importance of Summer Tutoring Lessons for Children

With summer just around the corner, many families are thinking of barbecues, campouts, and sports camps. But before you fill your child’s schedule completely, be sure to leave some room for time with a tutor. This can be a great time to sharpen their academic skills,...

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3 Signs Your Child Needs a Tutor

3 Signs Your Child Needs a Tutor

There are many factors that can affect your child’s learning pace. A particular subject may be more challenging than usual or they may have things going on outside of school that make it difficult for them to focus in the classroom. Whatever the reason is for your...

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Stopping the Summer Slide

Stopping the Summer Slide

Summer is close on the horizon. During the warm months, families and students are eager to bask in the sun. After a year full of Covid related restrictions on gatherings, kids are happy to return to parks and playgrounds.  As a parent, although we are excited that our...

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Life Skills for Homeschoolers

Life Skills for Homeschoolers

Adulthood appears in a blink of an eye. Our middle school and high schoolers need to learn essential life skills from somewhere, and it typically isn’t from a traditional school. This is one reason why homeschool critically benefits future generations.  A conventional...

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Explaining Social Distancing to Young Kids

Explaining Social Distancing to Young Kids

Children of any age may struggle with understanding and following the rules when it comes to social distancing, but more so for younger children than younger teens. Children naturally gravitate towards others as a form of bonding, and want to be friends with everyone....

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