Oct. 3, 2016
One of the biggest myths in homeschooling is the idea that homeschool students can’t make friends, or aren’t properly socialized. This simply isn’t true. In fact, there are many ways to build in meaningful social activities for your homeschooler. Whether you are homeschooling or not, the following article will shed light on little-known ways to incorporate fun and educational social activities into your child’s life.
Aug. 22, 2016
Sometimes when we want the best for our children, we don’t think about how far we’re pushing them. Research has shown that letting kids work on skills at their own pace helps them to become more motivated and interested learners. Read the following article to learn more about letting children direct their own learning, and discover ways to support them while they explore their skills.
Aug. 8, 2016
At a time when technology dominates our lives, it is important to remember the benefits that sensory learning has upon our little learners. One of the most exciting ways to support your child’s learning is to incorporate fun, messy sensory play into their everyday play. Here is a handful of ideas to help you get started.
May 23, 2016
Educating kids at home can be fun for both parents and kids. To get most of homeschooling go through these hints on how to organize homeschooling process efficiently and reasonably. You are welcome to adjust the pace of educational process to your kid’s abilities and your possibilities and desires. Just make sure that you and your kid do not miss anything. Homeschooling will bring lots of benefits both to the parents and kids.
Dec. 28, 2014
Some time ago we dedicated our posts to reading aloud with kids and we published loads of tips you can follow. You’ll find them if you scroll down our blog page. There are so many of them that you might catch yourself thinking if you can remember them all. Well, we are here to help you!