Help for Managing Screen Time

The Screen Saver Family Toolkit can help you manage screen-time in your family.

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Coronavirus and College Prep Opportunities

Life has certainly changed. The way forward is unclear in many ways. At the same time, there are incredible opportunities that have opened up during this time.

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Homeschooling Due to the Corona Virus?

There are many things you can do to keep your children’s brains engaged during this unplanned break.

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Is Your Child a Visual Learner?

How to adapt your homeschool so that your visual learner can succeed at learning.

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Curing Mommy Overwhelm

As homeschoolers, we can get really overwhelmed. Self-doubts can wreak havoc on our peace of mind, causing us to lose faith in God’s plan for our families. A wonderful consultant and veteran homeschooling mom, Paola Ciskanik, is here to talk about Curing Mommy Overwhelm. Stay with us!

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Homeschooling Your Special Needs Child

Homeschooling has become a haven for kids the traditional school system has failed in some way. Listen to this podcast about homeschooling your special needs child.

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Lessons in Faith and Education from St. Antoine Daniel

We never know how God may use our feeble efforts. St. Antoine Daniel offers a model of how to teach.

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Homeschooling Kids who are Wired Differently

The Homeschooling Saints Podcast is a wonderful resource for Catholic homeschoolers. Check out Episode 9 on Homeschooling Kids Who Are Wired Differently.   Episode 9: Homeschooling Kids Who Are Wired Differently Your child may be a very early reader, deeply focused on creative pursuits, and incredibly interesting as a human being—but what happens when that …

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Learning to Cope with Learning Challenges

I had been teaching my nine-year-old son for three years, and we began having difficulties in math and some other areas of responsibility. A passionate teacher, I know that when someone is “not getting it” it’s usually because you’re not communicating it well, but our daily struggles were still irritating, and our relationship had become …

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How to Help Your Child Cope with Stress

What is Stress? When we think of stress we might think of the pressures of adult living – the pile of work that needs to get accomplished before an unrealistic deadline, struggling to pay too many bills with too little money, or stretching ourselves too thin as we care for the needs of others. If …

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