Read more about the article 8 Ways to Make Practicing Math Facts More Fun {Homework Helps}
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8 Ways to Make Practicing Math Facts More Fun {Homework Helps}

The following post is from Jennifer, a lifelong educator: 8 Ways to Make Practicing Math Facts More Fun See all of the Homework Helps posts here. When parents ask what they can do at home to help their children improve their math grades, here’s one of the things that I always tell them:  Make sure…

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Read more about the article 10 Learning Games for Everyday Car Rides {Homework Helps}
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10 Learning Games for Everyday Car Rides {Homework Helps}

The following post is from Jennifer Burke, a lifelong educator: See all of the Homework Helps posts here. The number of information students is expected to learn before junior high continues to expand. The most successful students are those whose parents take the time to work with them. You may wonder where you'll fit that…

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Read more about the article The Benefits of Homeschooling Your Child with Autism
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The Benefits of Homeschooling Your Child with Autism

The following post is from Angie of Many Little Blessings: The Benefits of Homeschooling Your Child with Autism The first time I became aware of homeschooling was when I was in college studying to be a teacher.  I recall thinking that it was a ridiculous idea.  When I started having children, however, it became a…

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Read more about the article 20 Ways to Make Spelling Homework Fun {Homework Helps}
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20 Ways to Make Spelling Homework Fun {Homework Helps}

The following post is from Jennifer, a lifelong educator: See all of the Homework Helps posts here. With school now in full swing, homework needs to find its way back into many families’ routines. You can find tips to help you alleviate homework headaches, but let’s look specifically at ways to review those weekly word…

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The Lessons of Common Sense

The following post is from Jennifer, a lifelong educator: The Lessons of Common Sense How many times have you asked yourself, “What was that child thinking?!?”  We can laugh at some of the predicaments a preschooler gets into.  As a child gets older, though, poor decisions can turn serious or even tragic if he or…

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How Much Should You Tell the New Teacher?

The following post is from Jennifer Burke, a lifelong educator: How Much Should You Tell the New Teacher? With a new school year beginning, some parents ask, “How much should I tell the new teacher about my child?” For some, it’s easy; your child’s education has been smooth sailing. For parents who have weathered a few…

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Back-to-School Printables: Lunchbox Notes & School Year Signs

The following post is from Jason & Jennifer Bruce of New Season Design: The back-to-school season comes with all sorts of different emotions... excitement, fear, anticipation, eagerness, and anxiety. And those emotions aren't just for the kids! It's hard for many parents to make the back-to-school transition. There are lunches to pack, homework to oversee,…

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Free Preschool Activities from Your Kitchen

The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: When you start making changes in your family to a more whole foods or eco-friendly lifestyle (or both!), one major struggle is always, “What do I do with the stuff we don't eat/clean with/cook with anymore?” Many of us also have frugal sensitivities, so boxes of…

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Teaching Manners with Baby Sign Language

The following guest post is from Leigh-Ann of Intentional By Grace: Please and thank you are the magic words. But what about before kids can talk? What about when everything they say comes out in grunts and babbles? Can they learn to say “please” and “thank you”, or are we doomed just to accept the…

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