Many parents across the country are making the choice to home-school their children. Today, there are many online resources that can be used to complete a child's education from home easily, but there are times that further information is needed or desired. So, where do you go to get the educational resources an supplies that you need for your kids? My site will provide you with the tips and advice that can help you find more than enough supplies to home-school your children. You can use my personal experience of digging through website after website to find the best resources to more easily find the things you need for your family.
10 May 2018
Anxiety can hold you back from achieving personal goals that you have set for yourself. If you feel nervous and have difficulty speaking assertively in social situations, your opinions and requests may never be acknowledged, resulting in needing to settle for subpar results that you are not comfortable with. Use the tips below to help you remain composed and confident during situations that involve speaking to others. Use An Ebook As A Guide
26 January 2018
Whether you run a business from home or just log some of your work hours in there, it's important to make sure that you have a good home office. These are a few tips that can help you set up a better home office for yourself. 1. Look for a Quiet Space Ideally, you may want to set up your home office in a separate room of the house so that you can have plenty of peace and quiet when you are working.
26 May 2015
Whether you're using the Classical education method as your main curriculum, or to supplement the body of knowledge you teach, you may find some pitfalls in this approach. The Trivium, the 3 phases of grammar, logic, and rhetoric that comprise a Classical education, may be problematic for certain students. Before you abandon Classical studies, however, try some creative angles to retain your students' curiosity and focus. Grammar Stage: Elementary Frustration
11 April 2015
Options abound for preschool-aged children to get some education before they start kindergarten. There are half-day programs, full-day programs, programs that emphasize particular skills and faith-based programs. It can be hard to know what will be best for your child. But now, some parents are participating in online programs with their preschool kids, either as a replacement for traditional preschool or as a supplement to the time their children spend in the classroom.