Author: Lisa Keva

Encouraging the reluctant reader, part two

Schooling a reluctant reader can be difficult for both parent and child! The reasons for the reluctance can vary from a medical situation that delays reading to just plain boredom. In this post, I address the reluctant reader who is bored, too busy or not ready.

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Encouraging the reluctant reader, part one

If you have more than one child, chances are you have some experience with a reluctant reader. Schooling a reluctant reader can be frustrating for both teacher and student/mom and child! The reason for the reluctance can vary from a medical situation that delays reading to just plain boredom.

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Why School Year Around?

This is a question many homeschoolers ponder at some point in their journey. As a year-around schooler, I can tell you there are definite rewards to adopting this schedule! Thinking about ditching your county’s school schedule? Here’s some reasons why it’s a good idea.

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Making Science Fun!

You say that science is your least favorite subject to teach and the subject your kids enjoy the least? Well, make it fun! Is that even possible? Yes! Here are some tips to help you move science up the ladder of fun in your homeschool!

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