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Have a Morning Meeting

Have a Morning Meeting
Oops. They were supposed to be independent and work on their homework. Instead they goofed off.  Tell me the truth, am I the only one this has happened to? Never underestimate a teenager’s ability to avoid work. Although sometimes these are intentional lapses, many times teens are simply focused on other things (like their hair, or their new shoes), and they forget trivial things like math assignments or research reports. Of course, it would be nice to...
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Guest — Julie
I look forward to reading & learning many things. This will be our first year homeschooling our 11yr. Old son & 5 yr.old ... Read More
Tuesday, 09 August 2016 07:04
Guest — Assistant to The HomeScholar
Good for you, Julie! You took the plunge! It's scary at first, but it gets easier! You know your children best, so you can best me... Read More
Tuesday, 09 August 2016 15:52
Guest — Damomof3
My teens have done that for 2 years now. I'm burnt out.
Monday, 08 August 2016 19:21
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How to Have a Morning Meeting

How to Have a Morning Meeting
How to Have a Morning Meeting Your role as the parent changes over time. With young children you are a primarily a caretaker. As they enter elementary...
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Coffee is the key to homeschool happiness

Coffee is the key to homeschool happiness
Coffee is the key to homeschool happiness, and I can prove it. It doesn't have to be coffee, of course, any refreshment will do. But I do LOVE a nice cup of coffee! 1. Coffee can help you have your morning meeting with your kidsWhen you meet with your children each day and go over your expectations for them, the whole day will go more smoothly. A quick daily check-in is often all it takes. It reminds me a...
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Guest — Sally
When my girls were small we began our homeschool day with Ladies Coffee Hour. None of us were drinking coffee, but coffee is a sym... Read More
Wednesday, 26 August 2015 13:50
Guest — Anita
Love my first cup of coffee in the morning. Usually pour it about the time we all sit down together to do our bible time and book ... Read More
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 14:01
Guest — Lee
Love it! There's no better way to start the day! ~Anita, Assistant to The HomeScholar... Read More
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 14:03
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