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Homegrown Art: A Palette of DIY Opportunities

Don’t think that just because you aren’t artistic, you can’t teach your children about art. That’s like saying you can’t teach your kids to eat - all you really need to do is supply the food (and maybe a fork or spoon) and they’ll do the rest. With art history, theory and technique, the recipe is to present your home schoolers with a mix of information, examples and tools to explore and to express themselves. Let ’em get their synthetic bristle brushes wet at home.

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Home School Jitters?

When considering home schooling a child who has reached school-age or when the decision is made for children to leave a school they attended last year, parents who are home schooling their children for the first time have a lot of questions, worries and fears. These concerns are very common and as a home educator for the past 17 years, I would like to address them.

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Lacking Motivation?

Lacking Motivation? Regain Your Child’s Excitement for Learning

High levels of motivation to learn will automatically develop in your children when they are treated well, respected, encouraged and when their schoolwork has meaning to them. Home school teachers who understand how to motivate a student can greatly enhance the education experience and performance of their children.

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4 Benefits of H.O.M.E Learning

Home learning has lots of advantages, but I think the best part is the ability to learn outside of a traditional desk-and-book environment. H.O.M.E. is a great acronym for how it works.

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