Tagged: homeschooling

Paper Bag Snowflake Tutorial

These giant snowflake is so easy to make and would be a great project to do with kids. Materials 8 patterned or colored bags (I used a pack from the Dollar Tree) Some sort of glue or adhesive.  Double sided tape, staples, or glue would all work. Step one.  Glue...

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How to Survive Homeschooling Teenagers

Are you starting to see changing in the ease of homeschooling as your child gets older? Maybe it’s a struggle to get him to do his lessons, or even just to listen to you! Thankfully, there are some tips and tricks you can use to survive those years of homeschooling...

Fun Ways to Keep Kids Learning Over the Summer

Many homeschool families take a break during summer. Whether it’s for a week or a month, the learning should never stop. There are so many ways to keep learning with your kids during summer break. In fact, the flexibility of homeschool will allow you to enjoy activities to expand your...

Doodle Reef Exhibit at Sea Life Aquarium

My family received free admission to the Sea Life Aquarium in exchange for a post about their new Doodle Reef exhibit. We arrived at the mall a few minutes before it opened.  We got an amazing parking spot right outside of the aquarium entrance and went inside to hop in...

Dive Into Summer with Nat Geo

Did you know that two months of reading skills are LOST over the summer and that it can take up to two months from the first day of school for a student’s brain development to get back on track?  “Summer Slide” is very real and has lasting repercussions that can...

Fun Science Experiments for Toddlers

From exploring nature in the backyard to using chemistry in our kitchen, science is a big part of our everyday lives. And that’s one of the best parts about science – it’s easy to demonstrate and create teachable moments every day. It’s never too early to start teaching basic science...

How to Determine Your Child’s Learning Style

If your child has difficulty in school it may not be anything more than a case of his or her learning style matching up with the way the subject is being taught. Children, as well as adults, have different styles of learning. What is easy for one child may be...

What To Do When Your Child Fails the ACT or SAT

College-bound students have a lot of pressure to perform well on the biggest tests of their lives, the ACT or SAT. Many programs allow students to take practice tests earlier in high school. These allow students to have a general idea of how they’ll do on the “real test” during...

6 Apps for Middle School Mathematicians

Math pairs so well with technology, but it’s hard to know which apps will help enhance your middle school math curriculum. We’ve tried and tested them for you!  Here are 6 apps for middle school mathematicians that are sure to get an A+ in your classroom! 6 Apps for Middle...

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