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Frustrations In Parenting


If you have new parents in your Facebook friends list you know doubt read regular accounts of frustrations in parenting. I do my best to support my friends but sometimes I have to ...

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Math for Home Schoolers


Math caused the most angst for Veronica and I as we home schooled. As a child in school myself I didn’t have a fondness for math – although my marks were better than ...

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Unschool, Eclectic, Montessori or Mason?


So you’re planning on homeschooling. That’s great, I’m behind you all the way! I home schooled my daughter Veronica off and on for many years and couldn’t think of a better way to ...

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Online Home Schooling


Home schooling has many advantages, from the academic, social, moral to the religious point of view while several parents cite other child-centered reasons (like their children’s health or safety). When we first started ...

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Home Schooling: Loose By Definition Is Best


Home schooling is geared towards your child in a one-on-one manner. You can create a particular curriculum suited to your child, and teach in a way works best for him or her. It ...

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Spend More Time With Your Children?


The pros and cons of homeschooling are many, but do the advantages outweigh the disadvantages? With total control over your child’s homeschooling needs you have the flexibility to teach your child values that ...

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Potty Training Your Toddler


Summer is on the horizon and this may be the perfect time to begin potty training your toddler. Clothes are lighter and easier to wash which seriously cuts down on the frustrations of ...

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Teach A Child To Read


It may be because I am a reader and because I love to write that I instilled a love of reading into my own child. I didn’t actually teach my child to read ...

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Why Choose Home Schooling?


Many parents believe that home schooling can provide their children a custom and complete education, which many believe is inaccessible in private or public schools. Home schooling is known to be the traditional ...

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Considering HomeSchooling


Considering home schooling? According to the U.S. Department of Education, the number of students being home-schooled is over 1 million families and growing. While there are many philosophies and approaches to home schooling, ...

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