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Now that a couple of months have passed, and you’ve gotten back into the rhythm of the new year, you might be noticing that your student isn’t always looking forward to his or her writing…


The spring season is here, which means it’s time for spring holidays! While most people don’t forget about fluffy bunnies bringing baskets of candy, St. Patrick’s Day sometimes gets lost…


Chances are good that if you check your calendar, the third Monday of February is Presidents’ Day. Why do we celebrate Presidents’ Day? Is it just another patriotic day or a day to take off…


Sponsored by Time4Learning. It’s a new year and homeschooling season is once again in full swing. But are you prepared? When I first started homeschooling, the annual post-holiday time was…


Guest post by Heidi Rosenberg The internet has done a lot of good things for humanity but it has also caused quite some harm and some children who love to be online have not been exceptions.…


Guest post by Sandra K. Yocum As educators, we must be committed to sharing leadership examples that enlighten students to discover that what is achievable is repeatable. Thousands of black…


This post is sponsored by Superprof. Any parent of toddlers knows that keeping their child engaged is the best way to keep them happy (and out of trouble). And, if you’re going to keep your…


The semester has wrapped up and Spring is on the horizon. The seasons are changing soon and so are you—and your children. Winter is a fantastic season full of opportunities for fun, wonder,…


This post is contributed by Time4Learning. Can you start homeschooling in the middle of the year? Of course! By now, you probably did research on all the necessary actions that are required…


This post is sponsored by Power Spelling. Have you tried to build engaging spelling assignments and tests that help keep your children focused? We’ve built a platform that provides the tests…