Written by Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes. Between the tears and the slipping progress in schoolwork, you know he’s struggling. But why? The first step in helping your child overcome his struggles is figuring out what’s causing them. This post is sponsored by Lindamood-Bell Academy. Please read my full disclosure policy for more details. Perhaps he is struggling with a more challenging curriculum this… View Post
When my kids were little, mini-offices were all the rage in homeschools and classrooms. A while back, I referred to them in a blog post and was surprised to learn that there are people who have never heard of a mini-office. I’m not going to lie. It made me feel a little old. So, I decided that I needed to… View Post
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Written by Adrienne Bolton of The Mommy Mess. As I type, my 13-year-old son is working on his math lesson. He’s been at it for hours today, taking several breaks just to get through one lesson. It’s Monday, so there’s that, but math has always been a struggle in our homeschool. It’s the one subject I’m “banging my head against the… View Post
Written by Rachel of You’ve Got This. Two of the most important foundational math skills are being able to add and subtract quickly. Three of the skills parents and teachers of young students may choose to focus on are: Being able to add and subtract within 5 fluently Knowing all the fact families that equal 10 Adding and subtracting with objects These… View Post