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Stages, Ages and Grade Levels

Stages, Ages and Grade Levels
Many homeschool parents today are intimidated by the thought of homeschooling through high school, overwhelmed by the thought of college applications, and unsure of how to plan for the final steps of their child’s education. Stages, Ages, and Grade Levels Generally, parents tend to react in one of two ways to this challenge. Some are stressed out; they need minimal information, because if they are given too much information, they are immobilized and can’t do anything....
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Put in the Big Rocks First

Put in the Big Rocks First
 If you are having trouble getting everything done each day, remember to put in the big rocks first.If you start your day with a million little things, you could end up with a day full of those teeny tiny tasks, but feel like you got nothing done.  But if you start your day with the biggies, you may feel like you did more.  Try putting the core subjects first; writing, math, science, history, etc.  Toward the...
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Guest — Tammy
Yes, but! Wondering how to figure out the big stones from the pebbles? Some days it seems character qualities need to be front a... Read More
Thursday, 03 October 2013 18:02
Guest — Birdie
Lee, your advice is excellent. I do core bible, language arts, and math first; every day. Science and history rotates for younge... Read More
Thursday, 03 October 2013 17:42
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