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How to Encourage Reading with Teens

How to Encourage Reading with Teens
Encourage Reading with Teens Are you having trouble encouraging your middle school or high school child to read? It can be so difficult to find suitable books for a pre-teen or teenager! Never fear; you CAN encourage reading with teens! Let me help with ideas and free resources for you. Make Reading Fun Encourage fun by using real, quality literature. If you're having trouble finding suitable books, you might like my handy Printable Middle School Reading List PDF to help...
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The Best Ideas Came Too Late!

The Best Ideas Came Too Late!
What do delight directed learning, GPA, and reading lists have in common?  They have all been made easier by the brain power of my husband!Unfortunately, his best ideas came AFTER I stopped homeschooling!I was working with a client that used only delight-directed learning, and I was struggling to put all the pieces together.  My husband watched me struggle for a moment, and then he shared information about "affinity groups" that he had learned at work.  He...
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Dear Christy, The book launch was fun, and the prizes have been given out, but you know what? The e-book on transcripts will alwa... Read More
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Save the library receipts - LOL, I'd need a huge Rubbermaid container for the first year alone! Then, after four years, if we pla... Read More
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