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Congrats On Deciding to Homeschool Your Teenager…

Congrats On Deciding to Homeschool Your Teenager…

Congrats On Deciding to Homeschool Your Teenager... By Judy Aron Picture this…you just pulled your child out of high school or middle school and are now faced with the prospect of really doing homeschool. You’ve thought about this, agonized over this decision and maybe even fought with family over this. Now what are you supposed to [...]

Who Will Teach My Children to Read?

Who Will Teach My Children to Read?

Who Will Teach My Children to Read? By Sue Patterson Reminds me of The Little Red Hen....who will help her? She did it herself. So often people wonder how will a child learn to read if he/she has no teacher to teach them? I can only share how MY children learned to read. Each of them differently... Katie Learns to Read For Katie, if we [...]

Does Diet Affect Your Child’s Behavior?

Does Diet Affect Your Child’s Behavior?

DOES DIET AFFECT YOUR CHILD'S BEHAVIOR? By Laura Grace Weldon I’m one of those annoying people. I grow enough organic produce to put up hundreds of jars of home canned goods each year. I grind grain to make fresh flour, use coconut oil instead of canola, even make my own herbal tinctures. I was probably a little nutty about nutrition [...]

Little Things

Little Things

Little Things By: Beth Redmond, Homeschool Montgomery  "What's the best advice you have for new homeschooling parents?" Every now and then I get asked this by readers. At the start of a new school year, it might be a good time to revisit this question. I always feel strange answering it, because with only two years of homeschooling [...]

What Sleep Research Tells Us About Kids

What Sleep Research Tells Us About Kids

What Sleep Research Tells Us About Kids By Laura Grace Weldon My mother, the registered nurse, strictly enforced hand-washing, early bedtimes, and other health standards that seemed archaic to her offspring. Even in the summertime I remember lying in bed long before darkness rolled in, listening to my friends laughing and playing down the [...]

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