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4 Steps to Teaching Multiple Ages

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When you’re a homeschooling mom teaching multiple ages, you may feel stressed and overwhelmed. You want what’s best for your children, and this includes providing them with the best home education possible. Deep down you know there has to be a better and easier way to teach them all, but you just haven’t .......continue reading

 

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Lessons Learned From a Bowl of Oatmeal

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A couple of mornings ago, my oldest daughter brought to my desk this beautiful and yummy bowl of oatmeal.  As I sat eating it, I thought back to all the breakfast I made for her and her brother and sisters. A flood of memories came back to me of being surrounded by four little ones. This was a "harvest" that I was receiving! ....continue reading

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Improving Memory Issues in Learning

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Improving memory issues in learning is not only possible but necessary to help your child succeed!
I have talked with so many moms that tell me, "My child doesn't remember anything I am teaching them. They read a paragraph and then immediately forget what they read."... continue reading

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So Many Homeschool Conference Choices!

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Most of us are now on day 15 of being "shut-in". How has life changed for you?
One big difference for the homeschool community is the homeschool conferences. So many homeschool conference choices! They normally kick off in the spring and go through the summer. Every one of one them, this year, is online. No on-location ones this year.
There are so many choices. Which one is right for you?.... find out here

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Homeschooling Your Entrepreneurial Child

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If you have a child that dreams big and has big ideas, you might be raising an entrepreneur. 

How do you homeschool your entrepreneurial child? If you have more than one child you know that they are each unique. Even though they come from the same parents, and are raised in the same home they can be so very different. And if you have more than one child with entrepreneurial characteristics, they could eventually become owners and founders of vastly different businesses.... continue reading

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