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I love educator Charles Sykes' "11 Rules" list! It's from the book, Dumbing Down Our Kids: Why American Children Feel Good About Themselves But Can't Read, Write, or Add. Here it is!
[...] to Susan from Kerugma I found this list of 11 rules your kids did not and will not learn in school, the caution though as we read it is to not think that our kids won’t have these attitudes [...]
Teenagers. The very word can make adults shudder! Often the mere mention of the word is accompanied by a head shake or a groan. But it doesn't have to be that way. Pick your battles and have a little understanding with your teenager and you can go a long way in your homeschool!
Resistance can look like many things in teenagers - from refusing to
There are 5 situations that homeschoolers may face while homeschooling high school that are so challenging, only a parent can effectively handle the ins and out and eccentricities of the situation. Do you and your family fall into this category? Let me get you started on facing these challenges.
Number 4 on the list deals with high school testing. Gain critical insights
Teaching homeschool high school literature is often a challenge for parents. It can be intimidating given that there are so many different kinds of literature and so many different ways to teach literature, not to mention getting your child to learn to love a good piece of literature. Join me below and we'll walk through the ins-and-outs of high school
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Those universal homeschool mom stressors that can incapacitate you with intense feelings of anxiety are what I