Homeschooling isn’t always walk in the park, especially when you combine it with working remotely. Interestingly, as of 2019, about 2.5 million children were homeschooled, representing about 4% of school-aged kids in the US. While your child derives significant benefits from homeschooling, it’s vital to fully acknowledge what is (and isn’t) age-appropriate for your child. Fortunately, it’s pretty easy to focus on what is more critical with your priorities set right. That said, here are three things to prioritize when homeschooling your kids.Read more
Many parents do not have to worry about their kids’ learning process until they are grown and started going to school. A common misconception is that reading comes naturally with continued learning. However, sentence delivery is a complex skill and- for most children- often takes the right teaching skills and strategies to accomplish.
Even though learning how to read can be a daunting task, it becomes straightforward and simple when you follow the right steps.
If your kids have the slightest curiosity about reading, this guide will come in handy; it contains actionable tips to help you teach the kids how to read at home.Read more