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3 Secrets from the Homeschooling Lifestyle to Help Your Child Learn

3 Secrets from the Homeschooling Lifestyle to Help Your Child Learn

3 Secrets from the Homeschooling Lifestyle to Help Your Child Learn By Linda Dobson Chances are you're reading this post to find out what you need to do to or for your child to improve his academic and/or homeschooling success. Are you ready for a big secret? The reality is that much of what is necessary for your child's betterment depends [...]

Smart Free Range Kids: Or Why Homeschoolers Don’t Stay Home

Smart Free Range Kids: Or Why Homeschoolers Don’t Stay Home

Smart Free Range Kids: Or Why Homeschoolers Don't Stay Home By Linda Dobson If you're one of millions of homeschoolers, this one's especially for you. Once upon a time, researchers interested in learning performed an experiment with rats. Two groups of rats received the same amount of food and water, but some lived in "impoverished" cages [...]

What Happens When My Child Graduates, Doesn’t Have a Diploma & Wants to Get a Job?

What Happens When My Child Graduates, Doesn’t Have a Diploma & Wants to Get a Job?

What Happens When My Child Graduates, Doesn't Have a Diploma and Wants to Get a Job? Guest post by Jean Reed A diploma from a high school or college is just a piece of paper. Colleges and employers all know that having that "paper" doesn't necessarily mean the owner knows anything. That's why we keep reading about how the educational [...]

Homeschooling: Jump In, Make Mistakes

Homeschooling: Jump In, Make Mistakes

Homeschooling: Jump In, Make Mistakes By Linda Dobson In 1921, as a sloppy health clinician prepared a batch of yummy bran gruel, he spilled some directly onto the stove top where it rapidly sizzled into a crisp flake. As brave as he was curious, the clinician took a bit and found it tasty. Thanks to this accident, we enjoy Wheaties cereal [...]

Homeschooling: Trust Your Parental Instinct

Homeschooling: Trust Your Parental Instinct

Homeschooling: Trust Your Parental Instinct By Linda Dobson This morning, I shared on Parent at the Helm's Facebook page a link to a New York Post article titled "Woman Loses Legs But Saves Her Children When House Is Destroyed by Indiana Tornado." The story is an affirmation that natural parental instinct, seemingly missing in larger and [...]

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