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Parenting Neurodiverse Kids to Thrive

Parenting Neurodiverse Kids to Thrive

Parenting Neurodiverse Kids Well To my momma friends who are fiercely in love with and are parenting neurodiverse kids, let's be brave.  You know the ones I am talking about. The children who are constantly hearing that they are not enough. The ones who will never live up...

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Strategies For Struggling Readers

Strategies For Struggling Readers

Strategies For Struggling Readers Are you looking for effective teaching strategies for your struggling reader?  Are you fearful that your child will become one of the tens of millions of US adults who don't have basic literacy skills? Reading and writing open doors to a...

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Zones Of Regulation Chart – Anxiety | Meltdowns | Tantrums

Zones Of Regulation Chart – Anxiety | Meltdowns | Tantrums

Zones Of Regulation Chart & Childhood Anxiety Have a kid who melts down at the slightest frustration?  Or perhaps you have one that avoids anything and everything you ask them to do??? Wait... Is that you banging your head against a wall?  Ugh.  I hear you. Of course,...

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Equipping Our Kids – Identity in Christ

Equipping Our Kids – Identity in Christ

Our Identity In Christ In my 15 years of experience in children's ministry, I've noticed a pattern related to our identity in Christ. As we share Jesus with children (and newer believers), we tend to use the same verbiage over and over again.  Some would use the term...

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How to Homeschool – Language Arts

How to Homeschool – Language Arts

How to Homeschool- Language Arts So many moms have been desperately searching for answers as to how to homeschool their kids.  Interestingly, ”pivot” is the trending word right now with everything going on in our world. I’ve mostly seen this word used in regards to...

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Homeschool Math Planning & Prioritizing, Part 2

Homeschool Math Planning & Prioritizing, Part 2

Homeschool Math Planning Tips To End The Stress Homeschool math planning and instruction does not have to be scary or intimidating. Many children have the notion that they are inherently bad at math.  This couldn’t be further from the truth. Tears, meltdowns and any form...

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Tips for Teaching Preschoolers

Tips for Teaching Preschoolers

Teaching Preschoolers These days it seems like every mom with a young child at home is looking for tips for teaching preschoolers.  It is no wonder because teaching our preschoolers can often feel like an uphill battle.  The number one issue so many homeschool moms face...

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Homeschool Math Planning – Part 1

Homeschool Math Planning – Part 1

Uncharted Territory We are finding ourselves in uncharted territory. We are all, in some form or fashion, “homeschool” families now, and homeschool math activities are top priority. And if your children are struggling with the assignments that are being sent home, and if...

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The Struggling Student & Visual Clutter

The Struggling Student & Visual Clutter

Meltdowns at the thought of “school”? What does a sticky note have to do with meeting the needs of your struggling student? Oftentimes, when a child resists school work, they often display their hesitation by shutting down, melting down or worse.  Parents can easily...

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