Category: Learning Tips
Curious Learners Visit Fort Worth to see Dream Park and the Iconic Longhorns at the Stockyards
We enjoyed visiting some from friends near Fort Worth and got to enjoy our first tornado warning, the historic Stockyards and DREAM park.
Curious Learners Head to Padre Island and visit a Sea Turtle Center
We really enjoyed a few days at Padre Island. The North and the South ends have two very different experiences. Our highlight was visiting a Sea Turtle Rescue Center.
Curious Learners Exploring Harlingen on Foot, Learn about Javelina
Still in Harlingen, we tried taking a hike which led to a silly mosquito swatting run back to the car and some fun learning about javelina.
Three Questions: Is it time to pull my kid out of school?
This week I had a conversation with a parent who made the decision to pull her daughter out of a public middle school. After months of anxiety attacks and school absences due to other anxiety symptoms, the district began to notify the family that their daughter might not pass classes this semester if she continued…
Recommendation: Playdough to Plato
Check out this great website I found that had wonderful K-2 phonics centers. Easy to print for a classroom or for homeschooling.
Filling up a heart is a good pause from filling up the mind.
Making the Most of Moments
In the midst of the business I missed an opportunity to listen well. During the day, little moments added up to redeeming the time.
Classical Conversations Second Semester Payment
I sent off my second semester payment for my 8th grader in Classical Conversations’ Challenge B. Her tutor is fantastic, so well prepared and has taught this level once before so this year, she really knows what these kids are doing. E is eager for the final project second semester, a mock trial. To prepare…
Three Tips For Wearing ‘All the Hats’ at Home
The list of tasks for a stay-at-home mom is very lengthy, but add on top of that homeschooling and running a consulting business – I might be a little crazy! Here’s some tips I’ve found that help me stay in balance.
How to Help Wiggly Learners
One of the most common questions I get in the fall is how to help fidgety kids become more centered in a classroom. First, let me encourage you to talk with your child’s teacher before you purchase anything! The teacher needs to be on board letting your child use these tools. Second, you will need…