Teach a Child to Add

Teach a Child to Add

Ready? When you teach a child to add you are helping him take an important step toward mastering mathematics.  Addition is a bridge to many practical applications and the foundation upon which you can

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Teach a Child to Count

Teach a Child to Count

  Yes, This is Important! This is a much bigger deal than you might think.  Your student needs to understand the ordinal nature of numbers.  Zero comes before one, then two, three, etc.  He

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Math-U-See Calculus

Math-U-See Calculus

We used Math-U-See from about 3rd grade all the way through to high school.  Math-U-See Calculus came out just in time for us.  We were greatly relieved, as this meant we didn’t have to

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Oppositional Defiant Disorder Test and Solutions

Does My Child have Oppositional Defiant Disorder? Studies suggest that as high as sixteen percent of U.S. school children have Oppositional Defiant Disorder.  Just the mention of the condition often sends parents scrambling for

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Kindergarten Homeschool Lesson Plans Made Easy!

Yes, made easy.  It is easy.  You can do this! Kindergarten homeschool lesson plans are pretty straight forward.  You should be planning to work with your kindergartner about 2 hours each weekday, or ten

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Making Homeschool Lesson Plans More Effective With Connected Learning

Brain Science to the Rescue Researchers tell us our brains are vast three dimensional webs of connections.  The more connections we have, the more intelligent we are.  Making homeschool lesson plans more effective is

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