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Teaching Math, The Younger Years

Teaching Math, The Younger Years

For the longest time, I was totally confused as to how to go about teaching math to my younger children. On the one hand, was the option of a prepared curriculum and on the other hand, was my own instincts as a mother. The Typical Math Curriculum Problem The prepared...
The Music of Dyslexia

The Music of Dyslexia

I sat and listened intently as my brother played his guitar. It was one of my favorite tunes, and I hummed along. His fingers swiftly graced the strings as every chord, every note, blended beautifully with the next. He smiled as he finished his song and hung his...
Five Ways to Encourage Your Student to Learn a Foreign Language

Five Ways to Encourage Your Student to Learn a Foreign Language

I began studying foreign languages at age twelve for the fun of it. Nobody asked me to sit down for days making flashcards and labels for everything in my room, but I did it anyway. While I never achieved fluency in any particular language (still a goal of mine), I...
Work-at-Home Homeschool Mom

Work-at-Home Homeschool Mom

Parents, especially moms, are labeled a lot. Are you a stay-at-home mom? A work-outside-the-home mom? Or maybe you’re minimalist or formula-feeding or crunchy or fita�� there’s a hashtag for it all.A� Maybe part of it is because moms are expanding labels...
The Union of Joy and Gentleness

The Union of Joy and Gentleness

“This union of joy and gentleness is the very temper to cultivate.” ~ Charlotte Mason Home Education 1906 I distinctly remember the first time I read that statement. I read it again, hoping it made better sense the second time. Nope. I was still confused....