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Interested in Homeschooling? Here's How to Get Started

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Interested in Homeschooling? Here's How to Get Started

Homeschooling is the fastest growing educator sector in the United States. As more parents find themselves displeased with the local school districts, more are turning to homeschool, and that might include you!

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Reasons You Should Teach Your Child a Second Language

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Reasons You Should Teach Your Child a Second Language

Many parents believe that their young kids are unable to learn a second language because they're still developing their first language skills. However, learning a second language at a young age is better. Kids can learn multiple languages at one time when it's much harder for adults to do so.

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Why You Should Read Aloud to Your Kids

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Why You Should Read Aloud to Your Kids

Reading aloud to my kids is one of my greatest joys. I love to snuggle up with my kids on the couch and go on an adventure in a story. We may be traveling in the mountains or living on the prairie. Stories bring excitement to your life and help to increase your child's literacy skills.

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Why Play is Important for Early Education

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Why Play is Important for Early Education

Early childhood educators understand the power of play in early education. Parents may think their child is just having fun, but play develops your child's cognitive, social, and emotional skills.

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How to Create Lifelong Learners: 6 Tips to Help Your Kids Love Learning

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How to Create Lifelong Learners:  6 Tips to Help Your Kids Love Learning

Learning shouldn't be considered a chore or a drag. We are going to spend the rest of our life learning, and creating lifelong learners should be a goal for all parents. 

When my husband and I decided to homeschool our children, the main goal we created together was to inspire our kids to become lifelong learners. We wanted our kids to LOVE learning! I didn't want my children to protest learning or to believe that learning isn't fun. It is, and it should be viewed with excitement rather than dread.

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