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Monthly Archives: February 2015

Life’s Simple Moments Matter Most

Life's Simple Moments Matter Most

The Simple Things In Life Often Bring The Most Happiness; A Smile… A Hug… A Perfect Moment In Time… Can Positively Change The Course Of Any Day. #SimpleThings #LifesPreciousMoments #ChildrenMakeTheWorldABetterPlace...
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Homeschooling’s 3 Biggest Challenges

Homeschooling's 3 Biggest Challenges

You’ve decided to homeschool. You’re doing your due diligence finding what homeschool resources are the best fit for your family. You’re making notebooks and organizing your house to accommodate your...
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Adversity Is An Opportunity For Growth

Adversity Is An Opportunity For Growth

Adversity; “A Difficult Situation Or Condition; Misfortune Or Tragedy.” – Merriam-Webster Teach children to view adversity as an opportunity to; Learn… Grow And… Overcome Misfortune and setbacks happen to everyone....
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Hard Work Creates Limitless Possibilities

Hard Work Creates Limitless Possibilities

When You Work Hard, Everything Becomes Possible; As parents and educators, it’s vital we teach children that through hard work, the “impossible” becomes possible. #Believe #HardWorkMakesEverythingPossible #TeachingTheFutureGeneration    
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Academic Success In Children

Academic Success In Children

Academic Success Requires; Structure… Consistency… Positive Reinforcement… And Most Importantly, Parents And Teachers Working Together. Academic success starts long before a child enters the four walls of a classroom. As...
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3 Little Known Facts About ESL

3 Little Known Facts About ESL

Substitute teachers fear it. For classroom teachers, it is just another acronym to learn. For parents, it is another nebulous department of public school. It is ESL. This is English...
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Think Differently About Education.

We Believe…

All children are born with the innate ability to reach their OWN excellence.

That a growing group of children don’t fully prosper in overpopulated classrooms.

Through technology and one on one learning, their future path to success can be made clear again.