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All Blog Posts Tagged 'Homeschooling' (3)

Homeschooling for Dummies: Why It Might not Work

Educating your kid at home seems a perfect way to avoid bullying and many other problems. In fact, it is gaining popularity so fast that schools are under a threat to get empty in another hundred years. However, there is more to it than just pros. As any other innovation, homeschooling has different sides…

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Added by Stacy Green on March 16, 2015 at 7:30am — No Comments

Mix Match Curriculum

Mix Match Curriculum

Since Lilly came home from the hospital we have been working on one goal or another. Since having A-man I have learned most babies things just happen. Yes, you nurture them but most of them will hit the milestones with very little effort.

Well with A-man it seems that way.

There's no short term developmental goals in the 5 developing areas of a child

Or

long term…

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Added by Candice Wilkinson on September 19, 2014 at 12:20pm — No Comments

Take it Easy

The beginning of the school year has brought about  lot of changes my entire family has been having to adjust to. I'm still not waking up quit as early as I would like to be. I haven't read a single chapter of my beloved historical fiction novel. I can't go shopping at nine at night and expect it to still be daylight outside with the neighbor children still running and shouting outside after a one hundred degree day. My family and I just added a new addition to our…

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Added by tiffany M. on September 19, 2012 at 12:01am — No Comments

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