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We are in the middle of the summer. The tendency to is over schedule, with the focus on keeping children busy, giving them an “advantage” through lots of activities, and to entertain them with screens. All of this can be exhausting for both parents and children, routines tend to get shoved to the side, intellectual […]Continue reading
Dad, you are so important in the lives of their wife and children!Many dads just feel that they are little more than a pay check to their family. It does not have to be this way. You can change this!!! Work done away from home, in a career can be exhausting, as can work in […]Continue reading
This post is the first in a series of three on the 3 Rs without Busywork, Worksheets, and Workbooks. I will be posting about 'Riting (writing) on Friday and 'Rithmetic (Arithmetic) on Monday. I say, "NO," to busywork, worksheets, and workbooks. I consider them cheating. They cheat the mom into thinking that the worksheets and […]Continue reading
What are Language Arts anyway? Language Arts usually include those arts of communication necessary to speak, read, and write. These arts include but are not limited to: Listening, Comprehension, Organizational Skills, Oral Composition Skills, Reading, Vocabulary, Penmanship, Spelling, Grammar, Written Composition Skills, Presentation, Public Speaking, Research Skills, Note-Taking Skills, and Computer Literacy. Does Power of an Hour include Language […]Continue reading
Take the time to read to your children. "Reading to young children is proven to be the single most important thing a parent can do to enure their child's success in school." Megan Wilson (Denver Post January 22, 2009). "You children whose parents read to them have better language and literacy skills when they go […]Continue reading