Classwork Completion Chart for Young Learners

Hello, friends! Do you have a little one that you just about have to beg to finish their work each day? There are some days that I feel would have been successful if we could have just FINISHED SOMETHING. Ever been there? Perhaps you have a child who has developmental difficulties and staying on task… 

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Freedom to Teach…Freedom to Lead

“Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom.” ~ George Washington Carver Looking back into history, we have found that great leaders have been born out of a desire to learn, grow, and change. Many were self-made men and women guided by strong hands or possessing a strong will within. From it’s… 

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Explore YOUR World!

Hello, friends! I am going to be a bit transparent here… come in closer… I am not a huge fan of science. *blush*  There! I said it! Ever since grade school, I have just learned the information long enough to take the test and move on. A math quiz covered in problems? Bring it on…… 

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The Center of It All in Managing Your Home

Drop clothes in the washer… pick up the shoes from the living room floor… unload the dishwasher… vacuum the hallway. Mop the floors… switch the clothes from washer to dryer… start another load. Pick up the shoes from the living room floor AGAIN as well as the toys that have somehow migrated. Wipe off the… 

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5 Tips for Educating Preschoolers

Today, I am going to share 5 tips that you can use to homeschool a preschooler! Preschoolers are lovable, cranky, whiny, adorable, and funny. They are sponges that soak up information more quickly than we can dish it out and usually listen only when we don’t want them to hear. But teaching a preschooler does… 

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