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Back to School Homeschool Style

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If you homeschool like I do, your kids may notice their friends' back to school routines and want to do the same. Over the years we've developed a few fun ways to celebrate back to school with a bit of homeschool style and you can too. Creating Back-to-School Memories When…

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Education Development Milestones: Kindergarten Readiness

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It's that time of the year! Parents are preparing their children to return to school, or in some cases, begin school for the first time. The following is a list of Kindergarten readiness skills across various domains. Mastery of these skills prior to starting Kindergarten would assist your child in…

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Preschool Language Games for Road Trips

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These preschool language games are particularly fun on long road trips, when your kids start to get antsy in the back seat. Have fun, laugh together, and engage your young children in some great learning activities while on the road. I try to use any down time I have with…

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5 Simple Preschool Math Activities

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Before young children are able to perform simple mathematical operations, like addition and subtraction, they must first understand that the visual representation of a number, the way it is written, represents a set or quantity. For example, if I see the number 5 written on a piece of paper,…

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Summer Learning: How to Make an Educational Treasure Map

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It can be hard this time of year, particularly during the summer, to keep up your kids' enthusiasm for learning. For that matter, it can be hard for you to keep up your enthusiasm to help your kids to learn. If you're like me, you've been working hard…

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Summer Reading Motivation: Scholastic Summer Challenge

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It has been said, by a man who knows what he's talking about, that children who do not read in the summer lose two to three months of reading development, just like hockey players lose some of their skills if they stay off their skates and off the ice for…

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