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Developing Fine and Gross Motor Skills Through Play

The preschool years are a prime time in children’s lives when they are developing essential skills that will help them when they begin structured learning. By training the small muscles in their hands and fingers your preschooler will be ready to start writing when it’s time. In a similar way when your child learns to… Continue reading Developing Fine and Gross Motor Skills Through Play

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Choosing Middle & High School Electives

Choosing Middle & High School Electives is part of the Back to Homeschool: Mind Over Matter blog series. This post has been provided by Yvie from Homeschool On The Range. Electives are an excellent way to delve into topics and interests - no matter how strange they seem - in your child's middle and high school years.  There's your… Continue reading Choosing Middle & High School Electives

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Yes, You Can Homeschool a Special Needs Child

Yes, You Can Homeschool a Special Needs Child is part of the Back to Homeschool: Mind Over Matter blog series. This post has been provided by Cynthia from Inside Our Normal. We all have our hands full parenting our own kids, and some families may be more intense, if you have kids with extra challenges like we do. Summer… Continue reading Yes, You Can Homeschool a Special Needs Child

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Sometimes They Don’t Want to Learn It!

Sometimes They Don't Want to Learn It! is part of the Back to Homeschool: Mind Over Matter blog series. This post has been provided by LM Preston from Empowered Steps. There are many subjects my kids didn't want to learn. Also, tons of activities and skills they simply refused participate in - until I signed them up and made… Continue reading Sometimes They Don’t Want to Learn It!