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Jul 07, 2014

Occupying Preschoolers During School Hours with Older Kids & Helpful Tips

What do you do when the baby is crying and you have other children to tend to? Maybe that decision is easy when the family is all at home during the summer holidays. Maybe it is not such an easy decision when you have older children needing help with their school lessons. I remember those days. When I started to teach my five year old son how to read and start a more formal kindergarten math program, I also had two daughters ages one and four. I really struggled with wanting to have a set time to work with my son but also to spend time with each of my daughters. Here are a few ideas I have gleaned from my personal experience, conversation with other moms, and several blogs.
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Jul 05, 2014

A Few Precious Days are Golden

Let's be honest. This is a hard thing we choose to do – educating our children at home. It does not matter if we have been doing this for years or if we are only beginning. It does not matter if we feel a strong inner conviction that this is the ONLY way to school our children or if we could be just as happy with life if we sent them off to school tomorrow. This is an all-encompassing decision!
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Jun 25, 2014

Beautiful Western Canada

Travelling west to east (and then proceeding north) we would like to take you on a 'trip' of possible places for you and your family to visit this summer. Canada has so much to offer! As a family, you can learn and explore together incorporating many different subjects like math, science, history, or geography. But first you have to pack and travel to the place(s) you have chosen - a learning experience all its own! Packing and travelling just may fit under the 'character training' subject. So let's start with British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan.
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Jun 18, 2014

FORE...Student Golf Classes and Camps

Mom & Dad, are you avid golfers? Perhaps you have a son or daughter in the house who shows an interest in the game. It’s never too early to introduce your child to the game of golf. I (Kerry) remember my Dad taking one of his old golf clubs and cutting it down to size for our then three-year-old son who wanted to “golf just like grandpa.”
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