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Hello Friends,
After weeks of thinking and talking about it, I was finally able to film this video about homeschooling. I’d like to share with you some of the things I’ve learned since I began homeschooling about five years ago. This is all the honest advice-advice I wish I’d received when I first hopped on this roller coaster ride called Homeschooling. I have three children (2 girls and a son). They are currently in Fourth Grade, Kindergarten, and Early Preschool. I’m no expert in homeschooling, but I feel that my experience is worth sharing. My little guy managed to sneak into this video and I thought about cutting him out and starting again, but this is my life. My kids are always around and that’s how I like it. 🙂
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Tara

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Originally posted 2018-09-28 00:32:53.

“But How Do The Kids Learn To Read?”

“But how do they learn to read?”

Parents sometimes send their kids to playschool and often doubts how their children learn how to read through play-based education. We are definitely that play is a vital milestone for young kids, at least to a certain degree, they’re not trolls, but they can’t put up the pieces of the puzzles that the ideas. That most of the kids mostly that are left to their own devices, will actually learn to read without our supervision.

First of all, from a purely developmental perspective, preschool-aged children should not be expected to be reading. This isn’t to say that some preschoolers don’t teach themselves to read. Some know how to read at the age of 2. Parents might worry, but the truth is that it all falls well within the range of “normal.” The research on reading indicates that the natural window for learning to read extends to as late as 11 years old!

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Studies have compared groups of children . . . who started formal literacy lessons at ages 5 and 7 . . . (T)he early introduction of formal learning approaches to literacy does not improve children’s reading development, and may be damaging. By the age of 11 there was no difference in reading ability level between the two groups, but the children who stared at 5 developed less positive attitudes to reading, and showed poorer text comprehension than those children who had started later.

Their recommendation is that the best “academic” education for children under seven is the sort of “informal, play-based” environment we offer at Woodland Park because that is how […]

Originally posted 2017-01-31 02:00:43.

Thermee Non-Contact Digital Forehead Thermometer Review by a Young Mom

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  • This story has a happy ending — a darling 9-month boy! But I have to say, he was a long time in coming! My husband and I ‘tried’ for almost two years before we hit it lucky. It was an anxious time. If you’ve been there, you know what I mean. In the end, what eventually worked for us was the good old-fashioned basal temperature routine. The would-be mom takes and charts hermorning temperatures. It helps predict the most fertile times.

 

  • I wanted a thermometer that would record temperatures for me, –something fool-proof.  I’m not at my best before morning coffee, and the temp has to be taken before you get out of bed.I looked for thermometers online and –asany would-be mom would do! – I wound up looking at baby thermometers. I chose theThermee, a non-contact forehead thermometer put out by Ginger Hill Creations. It’s meant for children and adults. I liked the idea that I could buy a thermometer to help me conceive, and could use it for the baby later on. How’s that for positive thinking?

 

  • The Thermee stores temperature readings for you. I just ran the Thermee over my forehead and saved the reading. Later on, my coffee cup in hand, I could check to see if it was “the day!” Eventually, we figured out “the perfect day” and our son is the living proof.

 

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    Originally posted 2016-06-17 15:33:56.

DAY IN THE LIFE OF A MOM || HOMESCHOOLING 3 KIDS!!!

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Originally posted 2018-09-14 00:05:33.