Can Do Attitude

  I often tell students that are concerned about their ability to pass one of my Spanish classes that there is only one type of student who fails my class: somebody who gives up. I teach Spanish at two Preschool – 12th grade schools in northern Kentucky. I taught over 300 students online for KET

The Complete Guide To Gameschooling

Do you use gameschooling as a form of education? Whether you are an unschooler, interest-led homeschooler, or you fall somewhere in between, chances are that you have used board games in your homeschool in one way, shape, or form. You may not label yourself as an official gameschooler, but after learning more about how it
  Hey Mama,   I was trying to figure out this week why I was feeling so downcast right about now. Maybe it was because these last holiday weeks: I’ve been sick with a cold and nasty cough. I’ve had lots and lots of visitors. I’ve had some painful relationship issues to deal with. I’ve
  Gratitude changes the atmosphere in our house. Here are some practical ways to create and keep a culture of gratitude in your home school. Start the Day with Praise Surrender your day to the Lord each morning. Ask Him to pour out his peace, joy, and love into every heart. When you give control

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