Study Tips for Homeschooling Families
There are few among us who can hear facts a few times and remember them. While I’m a huge fan of hands-on learning to engage the mind and cement concepts, most of us still need regular review. Review doesn’t have to be boring, though. It can mean just a few minutes each day with some index cards, playing some games, or even accessing some fun, online technology.
And, of course, it can mean some hands-on fun. You know that’s always an option at my house. I’ve shared some of my favorite study tips today at The Homeschool Classroom.
Also, I wanted to remind you that time is running out to join me for a free parenting webinar tomorrow night, starting at 9 PM (ET).
Tired of the yelling? Tired of the whining? Tired of being tired?
From toddler temper-tantrums to teenage talking back, parents wonder what it takes to get kids to cooperate. If you’re tired of nagging, reminding and yelling to get kids to listen – this session is for you! I’ll be partnering with Amy McCready, founder of Positive Parenting Solutions & TODAY Show contributor to offer a FREE LIVE training webinar on Tuesday, February 25, at 9PM EST. Discover proven tools for your most frustrating discipline dilemmas including the 5 R’s of Fair & Effective Consequences. This hour-long investment will lead to a lifetime of peace in your home!
It’s free, but you have to register to attend, so I encourage you to do so now before you get busy and forget (or is that just me?).
Hope to see you there!
Got any tips for teaching them great note-taking skills?
I’m signed up for the Webinar.
I don’t, but Marianne Sunderland does! https://www.mariannesunderland.com/2013/10/teach-students-note-taking-skills/
Maybe 4th grade is too young. I could be asking too much.
Sigh. I hate when I do that.
I missed the webinar, but still NEED it desperately! Is it recorded or coming again?
Im a newcomer to this blog and very glad I found it!
Hi, Jenn. Unfortunately, everyone missed the webinar. The hosting site crashed. I’ll be hosting another webinar this summer or you can check out Positive Parenting Solutions on Facebook. There are other webinars being hosted by other bloggers throughout the year.