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Charming May Day Baskets

By Brenda Hyde Handing out May Day baskets is a charming and gentle activity for children and adults.

Be a Back-To-School Hero!

by Colleen Langenfeld Well, it's that time of year again. Back-to-school has arrived. If you have school-age

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 [email protected] 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,

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