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Get my full 1-hour interview for free! Helping Children & Families Thrive Within the New Education Paradigm As a family therapist and consultant, I am committed to helping you and your family find what works best in your individual and unique situations. Michelle Barone You’ll also receive the Finding Your Way newsletter with articles,...
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Learning Disability Programs  Learning Institute ELI – Real Measurable Help for Learning Disabilities (ELI), providing tailored programs for struggling students and children with learning disabilities. As many as one in three students will experience the pain of an unidentified learning disability… a major crisis! Understanding and properly identifying these learning problems is the first...
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Finding Your Niche

Finding Your Niche

Save Time & Effort with the Pre Startup Guide that will Target Your Entrepreneurial Niche Free sample chapter, table of contents, & online class notes available.  Insightful and entertaining guide for adults or teens focuses on the do’s & don’ts of choosing a creative or entrepreneurial pursuit.   Go to www.nichecreativity.com Learn lessons from back stories, historical anecdotes, pop culture, & trivia about rich, famous, infamous and ordinary folks.   Suggestions for Q&A welcome on the ad-free blog at www.nichecreativity.com – –
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Ambleside Online

Ambleside Online

Ambleside Online is a curriculum guide and booklist designed to follow Charlotte Mason’s* method of homeschooling. Each year/grade has a list of books to lay out what resources will need to be collected or purchased, and an optional weekly schedule based on a 36-week school year to break the resources into smaller increments to...
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Learning Styles & Methods

Learning Styles & Methods

Learning styles and methods in homeschooling is the subject of a new post at the American Homeschool Association site: When families begin homeschooling, they often start by exploring how children learn, and familiarizing themselves with the many different educational methods and the different learning styles of children. These articles and resources provide a wealth...
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365 Things to Avoid…

…While Homeschooling is a fun and clever new Facebook page for homeschoolers with a sense of humor, and it serves up great doses of common sense. Recent posts have included these things best avoided: • Forcing a reading program on a preschooler. Life’s too short, and your sanity is too valuable. • MAKING them...
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Journey into Unschooling

I was reading blog posts from my feed reader and came upon a blog that I really enjoy.   It is called, Journey into Unschooling. The post that quickly caught my attention was,  August 4th’s Nature Journal. From there, I clicked on past nature journals that they’ve done and I was lost for quite...
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Rachel Barton Pine

If you don’t know her already, I’d like to introduce you to Rachel Barton Pine.  Rachel is one of the best violinists I’ve listened to in a very long time.    You can visit her website where metal meets classical here. Rachel was unschooled and the skills she  learned while homeschooling have helped her to...
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HearthSong. HearthSong – Toys You’ll Feel Good About Giving Barbara Kane founded HearthSong in 1983 because of a growing conviction that, “..too often, in our culture, children are pushed to grow up too fast. I started HearthSong to make a statement reinforcing what parents themselves know is true, right and healthy–that childhood is a...
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High IQ Kids

From free spirit Publishing High IQ Kids Collected Insights, Information, and Personal Stories from the Experts Edited by Kiesa Kay, Deborah Robson, and Judy Fort Brenneman Profoundly gifted kids often get the least help in school. It’s assumed they’re smart enough to succeed on their own, plus teachers (and parents) feel out of their...
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