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Building Executive Function Skills in Moms and Kids

Ginny Kochis talks about building executive function in moms and kids. #executivefunction #homeschooling

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The Gift of Reading Aloud

Reading aloud can create a time set aside in your day when your relationship is nourished. #reading #parenting #homeschooling

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Speaking Your Child’s Love Language Can Help Homeschooling

Having a healthy relationship with your children can only improve the environment in your home and the homeschooling experience.

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How to Raise Chaste Catholic Men

In today’s highly sexualized world, is it possible to raise chaste Catholic men? Leila Miller argues that it is. While nothing is guaranteed in parenting…

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Embrace Your Season of Life
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Embrace Your Season of Life

To everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under heaven. – Ecclesiastes 3:1 God seems to like to keep us on…

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Help Your Homeschooled Introvert to Thrive
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Help your Homeschooled Introvert to Thrive

Are you homeschooling an introverted child? Introverted and extroverted are ways of describing how people prefer to interact with the world. According to Susan Cain,…

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Whyand How You Should Read Aloud to Your Children
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Why and How You Should Read Aloud to Your Children

Reading aloud to your children can help “build a child’s vocabulary, sow the seeds of reading desire, and help kids continue to love books well…

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5 Tips for Helping Children follow Verbal Instructions
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5 Tips for Teaching Children to Follow Verbal Instructions

This scene happens frequently in our house: Me: “Mouse, please go upstairs, make your bed, pick up the clothes on the floor, and bring down…

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Letting Your Children Be Who God Made Them to Be

I can’t tell you how many times in my parenting journey that I have wished for a set of instructions directly from God geared to…

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Are Bad Attitudes Contagious in Your Home?

Remember back in the eighties when we used to have “chicken pox parties”?  Someone’s kids would come down with the chicken pox and a message…

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