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Be Smart With Your Children's Feelings

by Mark Brandenburg MA, CPCC All of you have heard about how important it is to"honor your children's

Asking Questions/Getting Answers

by Catie Gosselin How many times have you stopped yourself from asking a question for fear it was a 'dumb'?

Are your homeschool students getting enough public speaking opportunities?

by Cheryl Demas When we first started homeschooling, I thought providing public speaking opportunities,

As long as you're under my roof - it's no joke

by Susan K. Williams As I would walk the ivy covered halls of the university I was attending just a few


By Cheryl Gochnauer Copyright 2003 Something wonderful happened this summer between

6 Tips for Finding a Playgroup

by Carren W. Joye Finding a playgroup is like hunting for treasure. You're not sure a group may be out

7 Lessons I Learned About Failure from My 2-Year-Old

by Marnie L. Pehrson A recent conversation on a discussion list got me thinking about the word failure.

10 Playgroup Dos and Donts: How a Good Playgroup Stays Together

by Carren W. Joye I started my first playgroup with my first child in 1995 when she was four years old,

Discipline No-No's: 5 Common Mistakes Parents Make

You've had it! Your child is riding your last nerve like a jockey rides a race horse in the Kentucky

What to Do If You Lose Your Temper with Your Children

It's easy to lose your temper when you're so sleep deprived you can barely stand it. When your third

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