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50 Great Games to Use for Learning

  50 Great Games to Use For Learning! This is the fourth and final post in a series on using games for learning. The first three posts were on the benefits of using games, and then great games to use for teaching language arts and math: 12 Amazing Benefits of Teaching with Games Fun Educational […]

Tips for Choosing Curriculum to Fit Your Family

For many families, school is done for this year and the summer is in full-force. It feels so good to wrap up a school year, doesn’t it? And I love the summer months, such a great time to enjoy the outdoors and family time. It’s also the perfect time to do some unhurried research and […]

12 Amazing Benefits of Teaching With Games

12 Amazing Benefits of Teaching With Games

Over the years that we homeschooled, we played a lot of educational games to help our children learn. Phonics games, math games, geography games, strategy games, you name it, we probably played it! Our children really enjoyed learning through games! Even now that our children are adults, when we get together as a family, we […]

Understand Your Child’s Love Language

Understand Your Child’s Love Language

Children have a great need to feel unconditionally loved.  God created us to need love, and He sent His Son to die for our sins to show us His unconditional love. Jesus said we’re to follow His example of loving others in John 13: 34-35:   34 “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I […]

Understanding How Your Child Learns- Part 2

Understanding How Your Child Learns- Part 2

In part 1 of this series I shared about Learning Modalities, which refers to the sensory method that a person prefers to use for taking in information when learning.  Just to recap, visual learners prefer to be able to see what they are learning, and auditory learners retain information best if they hear what they are […]

Understanding How Your Child Learns (Part 1)

Understanding How Your Child Learns (Part 1)

As a parent, you probably have realized that even if children are raised in the same environment, they can still be totally different in the way they approach life – each child is unique in the way they think and act. Even identical twins often have completely different personalities. We’re all created to be unique, […]

How to Motivate a Reluctant Learner

How to Motivate a Reluctant Learner

As homeschoolers, we hear about instilling a love for learning in our children. In fact, many of us homeschool because we want our kids to love learning, and we feel homeschooling is the best method of education to achieve that. So if, (or should I say “when”), one of our kids becomes reluctant to learn in one […]

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