“I can’t do anything right!” That’s what my little cousin used to think of herself before she received help from her parents. She used to suffer from low self-esteem, but she learned to have a balanced view of her worth.
Today, we will show you 12 things you can do to boost your child’s self-esteem! But first, let’s discuss what self-esteem is and why it is important to help your kid...Read More
Can my children switch from homeschool to public school?
If you’re wondering if it’s possible, whether you’re planning to switch or starting to homeschool but want to have plan B, the answer is yes, yes, they can.
Although many families never go back after trying to homeschool, others want or feel the need to return to school.
There might be different reasons.
Maybe you’re...Read More
Your child is a teenager or slowly becoming one—and you don’t know what is happening!
Having a teenager is in most cases like having a new child. Some say it’s more challenging to raise a teenager than a baby. And there might be a grain of truth to it.
Anyway, there are some things that you should do to make the whole process less painful and some things you should stop doing for...Read More
When was the first time you discovered that people have different learning styles?
I figured it out during a school trip when I was a teenager. I remember my best friend walking around and repeating historical information aloud during our study period. It struck me as odd because I never studied that way. Years later, I understood that she was a kinesthetic and auditory learner.
What is a microschool? The one-room schoolhouse is the next big thing in education.
(I can hear you asking, “What? Wasn’t this a thing from the past?”)
Oh yes, the modern-day microschool is a throw-back to the one-room schoolhouse of long ago. In fact, this concept has revolutionized the educational system, and many noticed it during the COVID pandemic.
Here you’ll learn...Read More
Charter Schools vs Private Schools. What about Public schools? Not to mention Microschools? It’s undeniable that parents today have more options regarding their children’s education!
Parents that don’t want to homeschool can choose (apart from typical public schools) private educational institutions. The difference between private and public schools is usually well known, but what...Read More
Writing journals for kids has become increasingly popular in recent years due to its many benefits.
But knowing how to start a journal or what to write is not always easy! Keep reading to learn all about creative journaling, why it’s so important, and some of the top benefits of writing every day.
On top of that, we’ll explore 21 original journaling ideas for kids of every...Read More
Looking for study methods and options for your middle or high schooler?
There are many study methods out there, and each one provides students with different benefits and approaches and finding the right one for your children is crucial to helping them navigate their education.
Keep reading to discover why it’s essential to develop a study habit and learn 7 study methods for...Read More
Have you ever wondered how to teach social skills to your child?
Parenting comes with lots of responsibilities. For it, you must develop a series of skills in your child. Social skills are among them. But somehow, parents tend to overlook them. Keep reading to learn why social skills are so important and the benefits of developing them at an early age.
Also, I’m introducing...Read More
Reading comprehension is a skill that should be practiced from a very young age.
Parents of kindergarten or early elementary children wonder if their kids need help with their reading since their reading skills seem inconsistent. They tend to read slowly, forget words they already know, and don’t remember anything they read.
Are there any reasons to worry?