Dyslexia is a diagnosis for students who have both the perceived cognitive skill and the consistent instructional opportunities to learn to read, but have not yet learned to the expected level.
By Jamaica Thompson Let’s be honest, as much as we try as parents to keep our children learning and engaged in non-screen activities during the summer, down-time happens and the screens eventually come out! Whether it’s during a long car ride or a boring layover in an airport, sometimes screen time is a necessity. [Read More]
By Lisa Batchelder-Hetrick It’s time to grab a good book and head outside! No matter where you are, a book offers a change of scenery, and can truly soothe the soul. During the months of June through August, many students are impacted by a “summer slide,” which can set them up for challenges the [Read More]
By Lisa Batchelder-Hetrick Are you dreading your next long car trip with your kids? Can you already hear “Are we there yet?” from the back seat? If so, here is my list of daughter-approved road trip activities to make your long-distance drive a lot more fun! Art Box/Clipboard: Fill a Tupperware box or [Read More]
By Gloria Ellis If you’re anything like me, you are looking forward to traveling this summer! After over a year of quarantine, my family is excited to experience airplanes, campgrounds, rental cars, hotels, and Airbnbs once again. As a homeschooling family that loves to travel, we’ve made our formal learning model mobile, and we take [Read More]