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February 3, 2019

Think about the word….”pre-schooler.” If we define that word by saying, “school” is a place where you learn and “pre” means before, then we are almost saying that this is a time before learning. In reality, this is a time full of learning – everything! Well, not astrop...

July 17, 2018

Teaching Art gives your child benefits you never thought of.

March 11, 2018

You may have picked the most wonderful curricula, created a beautiful learning space in your house and prayed for patience, but what if none of that is working to help your child be willing to learn? There is an old adage, “You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t...

February 11, 2018

Hold your heads up high ladies, you have chosen the best profession. Now act like it – a professional I mean. This IS your profession so treat it like you are a professional. If you want others to take what you do seriously then so should you. If I hired you to tutor m...

January 27, 2018

How do I keep my cool? By lowering my expectations. Now I'm not normally for setting low expectations for myself or others. I have a MFA, was a college professor by the age of 25, I get dressed like I'm going to an office everyday (even though I'm just walking down the...

January 17, 2018

For homeschoolers in North Carolina annual testing can be stressful time. Moms feel like they are being tested just as much as their kids are. No one see the results, but still, it is the knowing that makes all the difference. So, the temptation to prep them so that th...

January 13, 2018

Every homeschooler wants to make the best choices for their children, and one of the questions I am asked the most is, "What is the best math curriculum?" Actually the answer is, "All of them." Every student learns differently, so every single math curriculum (or spell...

January 10, 2018

There are many nationally standardized tests available for homeschoolers, but the Woodcock-Johnson has many features which set it apart. 

Most standardized tests are grade specific "bubble" tests-- timed, multiple choice tests where your child chooses the right answer a...

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