Keeping Summer Fun With Jumping Words

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As many parents know, there is often learning loss that happens over the summer months when kids are out of school. This can happen to homeschoolers like my own or any student. One of the ways we can help prevent the loss is by practicing skills your children already have in fun and creative ways. […]

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Guest Blog: The Positive Benefits Of Involving Your Children In The Food Selection Process

The Positive Benefits Of Involving Your Children In The Food Selection Process Children learn by observing others, making it extremely important for parents to set a good example when it comes to food choices. When children are involved in the selection process, they learn how to choose between healthy and unhealthy foods. The nutritional principles […]

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Direct Instruction and Exploratory Learning

One of the beautiful things about homeschooling is that I get to help pick what methods we use for learning. Of course publish schooling mothers know that not all learning happens at school. Too many though admit they hardly have time with their children as so many things demand their attention, and steal the attention […]

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Happy Birthday Dr Seuss!

Dr. Seuss was born on March 2, 1904 As we love him, we wanted to celebrate too! While we have many many Dr Seuss books and I know we have this one in the house some place, I could not find it so I just got it on the ipad, no biggie! The children enjoyed reading […]

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More Sensory Fun!

This time we used magnets in our home made sensory table box. Really it is a bin on the floor but it gets the job done. Our rainbow rice from weeks back is still in great shape and we have not lost much of it shockingly, even with the children playing with it often.  For […]

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Update to Homemade Light Box

My sister/niece/cousin in law mentioned she didn’t understand how to make one of these from my last post on them so I though I would update with better photos as sometimes I can be as clear as mud when trying to explain things! 1. Clear Bin 2. Line the inside and bottom with tin foil.  […]

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