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MARCH 15, 2021

How is Your Child’s Mental Health?

Sometimes we take for granted that our little ones are oblivious of what is going on in the world. We think they are happy in their own little world. But I just want to ask you, how is your child's…

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MARCH 12, 2021

Bento Boxes And The Art Of Being A Good Mom

“You’re such a good Mom.” I can feel that little shot of dopamine hit my brain as I read the latest comment on a photo of my adorable daughter sipping tea in a café with (apparent) perfect…

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MARCH 3, 2021

Help! My 3rd Grader Doesn’t Like to Write

Guest post by Kimberly Smith. The other day I was looking over my homeschool emails and saw a post about not putting too much pressure on writing. It was not about handwriting, but about writing…

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FEBRUARY 27, 2021

Tips To Avoid Homeschool Burnout

Every homeschool family I spoke with agreed: Burnout happens but it’s not a hopeless situation. And just like any other crisis event, there are reasons why it occurs -- and most of those reasons…

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FEBRUARY 26, 2021

Homeschool High School: How to Prepare for Exams

Guest post by Heidi Rosenberg When you are a student, exams are part and parcel of your academic life, especially as a high school homeschooler! Exams can be stressful and can mount a lot…

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FEBRUARY 25, 2021

Beat the Homeschool Blues with Writing

Sponsored by Time4Writing. With the pandemic, school-closings, and remote learning still a reality in communities from coast to coast, children are facing challenges like never before. If…

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FEBRUARY 24, 2021

How to Create a Homeschool Master Binder

Guest post by Frank Hamilton. Are you new to homeschooling or face difficulties in organizing the educational process? It's time to create a homeschool master binder. What is it, and how can…

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FEBRUARY 22, 2021

Homeschooling in the Midst of Divorce

Guest post by Sam Bowman. The choice to homeschool your children is usually something both parents decide together. But, when you’re going through a divorce, you may find yourself at a crossroads…

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FEBRUARY 19, 2021

Meet a Mom Who Switched from Remote Learning to Homeschooling

Before COVID-19 became a reality in his hometown of Charleston, South Carolina, 8-year-old Noah attended a brick-and-mortar school, was a straight-A student, and was enrolled in the gifted program.…

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FEBRUARY 15, 2021

Stress Relief for the Stressed Out Homeschool Mom!

Guest post by Stephanie Wilkins. For all of you stressed-out homeschool moms who need to find a little peace in your life, help is on the way! Today, we are discussing practical ways to relieve…

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