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JUNE 10, 2021

15 Fun Kid Activities for Father’s Day

It’s almost Father’s Day! Before you panic and go run to the store for something dad most likely doesn’t want or need take a look at this list of activities for kids to do with their dad.…

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JUNE 8, 2021

3 Tips to Get The Kids Moving This Summer

Guest post by Jennifer Edmundson, Co-founder, Kenson Kids Every parent knows it can be a challenge to get and keep kids active. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that…

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JUNE 7, 2021

Benefits of Year-Round Homeschooling

Guest post by Amanda Sims. When we began homeschooling our oldest at the age of five, year-round schooling was not the plan. I grew up in the public school system and assumed we would school…

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JUNE 3, 2021

Coding for Homeschoolers + Free Project

This post is sponsored by YoungWonks. Computer programming, or coding as it is also known, is a much sought-after skill today. While professionals are learning it to upskill, kids as young…

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MAY 31, 2021

Rest for the Weary Homeschool Parent

Guest post by Stephanie Wilkins Matthew 11:28 - Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. When raising a family and homeschooling your kids, how important…

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MAY 28, 2021

What We Learn From Animals While World Schooling

There are all sorts of educational benefits to learning about animals by handling and playing with them directly, but really, it’s just a lot a fun. We love watching the kids’ faces light…

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MAY 27, 2021

8 Steps to an Awesome Research Paper

  Not the dreaded research paper! You’ve just assigned your high school homeschooler a research paper, and you can’t understand all the drama that’s happening. Even if your child…

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MAY 24, 2021

Why Gardening is Perfect for Homeschool Kids

I had been on the fence for a while about introducing gardening to my kids. Sometimes I thought that they were too young for it, other times I thought about the dirt and laundry. The past year,…

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MAY 21, 2021

How to Create the Optimal Homeschool Environment for Long-Term Learning

A year ago, everyone was hopping on the homeschooling bandwagon. Quarantines and school cancelations sent millions of students into the homeschool world practically overnight. Now that schools…

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MAY 20, 2021

Individualized Instruction Helps One Mom Cater to the Needs of Many

This post is sponsored by Time4Learning. Before the pandemic, it was business as usual for Boca Raton resident Nikki Warris. Her two daughters, 5-year-old Natalie and 8-year-old Lexi were…

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