Are You Homeschooling Your Children?

Posted on: 28 August 2018
Are you homeschooling your children? Even before your children were born, did you already know that someday you would teach them in your home? Perhaps your children went to school and you simply weren't satisfied with the education they were receiving. Whatever reason that you have decided to teach your children yourself, from purchasing classroom management materials to creating your own curriculum, here are some ideas that might help. Classroom Management - Were you previously a teacher at a traditional school, maybe a public school or a private school?
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Make American History Fun To Help Your Homeschooled Child Succeed

Posted on: 19 June 2018
Homeschooling is a proud tradition in America, but it is one that can be very frustrating. For example, many parents struggle to teach their children American history. As a result, it is critical to know how to make it enjoyable or even fun for them. American History Is A Critical Part Of Our Past The old saying states that "those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it." This fact is very true and explains why American history is such a vital topic.
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3 Tips To Prevent Students From Drawing On Desks

Posted on: 3 April 2018
It's not uncommon for students in all age groups to draw or write on their desks while they are in class. However, this can pose an obvious problem in the classroom. You might not think that there is much that you can do to prevent your students from doing this, but if you follow these tips, you can help. 1. Choose the Right Type of Student Desks First of all, if you purchase the right desks for your school, you can help prevent graffiti from being as much of a problem.
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4 Reasons To Share Stories About Bullying With Your Child

Posted on: 26 April 2016
Bullying has become a huge problem for youngsters. In fact, about 22 percent of students saying that they have been bullied during the school year. In addition, about 64 percent of bullied kids did not report it. It is important for parents to communicate the seriousness of bullying to their children along with proper measures that can be taken to stop it. Here are a few ways that stories about bullying can help: 
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