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  Guest post by Kimberly Smith When you homeschool it's so important to provide an education that fits your child. That's one of the prime reasons most people homeschool. If you have…


SEPTEMBER 16, 2019

Life with a Child with ADHD

Guest post by Katrina Taylor Welcome to a peek inside my life. My life as the mother of a child with ADHD. My oldest son Andrew has it, and it has been quite the journey learning to live,…


This post contributed by Kerry Jones. The term "visual-spatial learners" is perhaps not a household phrase, but in the educational community, it is becoming more and more familiar.  Thanks…


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I must confess: I have mixed feelings on most first days. I am super psyched but also incredibly nervous. I make sure my kids are prepared for the upcoming year by keeping them learning throughout…


Eclectic method of homeschooling is a mixture of various approaches. This philosophy utilizes a combination of approaches to find what works. A little of this and a little of that. Eclectic…


Sponsored by Time4Writing.com My youngest daughter marches to her own beat. Signing her recent driver’s license permit, she used the lowercase for the first letter of her last name. What…


This post is sponsored by Ocean First Education. The ocean covers more than 70% of this planet; it ignites our curiosity and impacts our lives every day. While it’s not always easy to interject…