Help Your Child Excel With These 7 Tips
The other day I heard someone say, “Parents work so hard and sacrifice so much so that at the end of the day, our kids will be a little further ahead and have more opportunities than we did.” This isn’t specific to our generation, as generations of parents before us have wanted better or the […]
Popular Canadian Homeschool Curriculum Now Adapted and Available to Parents in the U.S.
In Fall 2021 Schoolio Learning Corp. will expand to the U.S. homeschool market. Bringing popular Canadian homeschool curriculum to the U.S. market. Beginning with their #1 best selling program, a 36-week curriculum covering both PreK and Kindergarten. Schoolio launched in Canada in 2020. And was met with instant success. Their unique learning program serves both […]
Healthy Friendships Matter
As parents we want to be able to set our children up for success, whether that’s emotionally, financially, mentally, or with healthy friendships. We want our kids to have a vibrant and joy filled life. It’s important that our children learn positive communication skills in order to be able to cultivate healthy relationships with the […]
5 Tips To Avoiding Homeschool Burnout | How To Avoid Homeschooling Burnout
You probably already know that parenting is tough! It was tough, long before the year 2020. However, this year has taught many parents how to be more adaptable, how to homeschool, how to keep your kid calm when you feel like you’re going to freak out at any given second. This year has been a bust on many different levels. And now, many parents are feeling the blues because the idea of 2021 being the big, beautiful change we all want so badly, has been quickly slapped with a big ugly reality check as many of us are back into some form of a lockdown.
Curriculum For Homeschooling Kindergarten?
Kindergarten can be a difficult grade to teach. This is when your child is learning the fundamentals of education. And, they’re often very easily distracted. This may make you feel like you just want to give up, especially when homeschooling a Kindergartener. It seems that all they want to do is scribble all over everything […]