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EducationNation Is Wrong About Early Childhood Learning

EducationNation Is Wrong About Early Childhood Learning By Linda Dobson Since the public schools are doing such a bang-up job with educating kids in the K-12 arena, they're now focusing their cries for ever more money and attention to the research that shows, not surprisingly, that young brains experience 700 synapses/second before age [...]

20 Money-Saving, Fun, Early Years Learning Ideas

20 Money-Saving, Fun, Early Years Learning Ideas By Linda Dobson When you need some learning ideas for your child, you don't have to spend tons of money to keep it meaningful and fun. Thanks to the many moms and dads who have been there before you, there are lots of ideas to share. That's exactly what these experienced parents did to [...]

A Few Words about Curriculum

A Few Words about Curriculum By Linda Dobson Adapted from Homeschooling: The Early Years Curriculum: 1. All the courses of study offered by an educational institution Choosing or creating your child's curriculum isn't a frightening proposition when you understand a curriculum is simply the course of your family's study laid out. Your local [...]

It Doesn’t Matter Where You Begin Homeschooling, Just Begin!

It Doesn't Matter Where You Begin Homeschooling, Just Begin! By Linda Dobson The ability to change direction when something isn't working is a major contributor to an individual family's homeschooling success. If you're aware of this from the start, it will help you through initial rough spots you might encounter. If you find your [...]

On Homeschooling and Reading with the Early Years Child

"The methods used are as individual as fingerprints. Once ready, homeschooled children learn to read at age 3 - or thirteen. They learn to read in one hour - or over the course of three years. They use workbooks - or comic books. They begin with easy readers - or Dad's Louis L'Amour novels. Their preparedness includes phonics or whole [...]

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