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APRIL 5, 2021

Finding our Balance in Travelschooling

Our little family has officially been traveling the world for a full year now. Due to covid, we have had a whole lot of obstacles traveling over the last 12 months. Nothing we originally had…

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APRIL 2, 2021

10 Brilliant Tips to Help Kids Get Organized!

Keeping a household organized is hard. Teaching your kids to stay organized is even harder. For those of us who are organizationally-challenged, doing both of these things at once can be a difficult…

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MARCH 31, 2021

Bible Heroes Trump Superheroes Because of These Six Reasons!

Contributed by Heroes II, a faith-based resource. We all can agree. Parenting is not a walk in the park. The truth is, it is the only job in the world that is on 24/7. There are no retirement…

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MARCH 30, 2021

Easter Homeschool Activities for Kids and Families

Easter is always a fun time of the year, isn’t it?  It’s a day for candy, games, delicious food, and without even half the pressure that comes with Christmas. In my book, that’s a solid…

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MARCH 29, 2021

Educating Homeschooled Teens About Real Estate

Guest post by Sam Bowman. It’s easy to feel like your teen is never going to actually leave the nest. However, the truth is, they are just a few years away from starting life on their own. One…

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MARCH 26, 2021

15 Great Children’s Books to Read for Easter

It's always a favorite at our house to find great books to read aloud or read individually during the week before a holiday. Easter is no different. Reading books that share the faith-based Easter…

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MARCH 25, 2021

How to Create the Perfect Writing Space for Your Child

Guest post by Time4Writing. Why is writing so different from other school tasks? For most kids, writing takes a higher level of concentration and perseverance. Like reading, writing places…

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MARCH 24, 2021

Homeschoolers: Bullies Don’t Social Distance

Guest post by Jody Token. Three “no-contact” self-defense tips to protect your children from germs, bullies, and germy bullies. Long before COVID-19 and “social distancing” was…

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MARCH 22, 2021

Homeschooling In Isolation

Guest post by Kimberly Smith. As a homeschool parent isolation was not an experience I really had to ever deal with until three years ago. I was blessed to always live near cities and have…

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MARCH 22, 2021

8 Ways to Introduce Your Preschool Homeschooler to Independent Learning

Guest post by Baby Steps Preschool  A preschool-aged child is a natural explorer. They constantly learn about the world around them, and they are always asking questions, wanting to know…

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