Full-time Homeschooling Thoughts

the first thing you have to do before you even start assembling your lesson plan is to gather up your applicable specifics and transform those into an affirmation that you can stand on.

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Are We Robbing Kids of Happiness?

Happiness should not be elusive, but for today’s generation of learners, it is. Unwittingly, parents’ obsession and fear that their children may not be competitive enough in comparison to their peers contribute to the elusiveness of raising happy kids.

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Inspire, Inquire and Require: A 360 degree look on the Parenting and Educating Concept of “INSPIRE, not REQUIRE”

In helping my four kids reach their full potentials, I do not only need to be both requiring and inspiring. At the center, of these two processes is a vital component of what I call a key to effective parenting. I need to be an inquiring parent. I have to be able to check for any inconsistencies within a child’s potentials, abilities, goals and dreams. I have to be out there finding out and learning, not only what would benefit the children and our family, but also see how any of it relates to their dream and the world we live.

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