So, what is Whole Child Learning, anyway? Whole Child Learning prioritizes the full scope of a child’s developmental needs to ensure that every child reaches their full potential. The education model is based on the premise that children have six selves that comprise who they are. Keep reading to find out about the six selves and how you can incorporate Whole Child Learning into your homeschool.
When I’m choosing a curriculum, I like to take five things into consideration; learning styles, philosophy, relevancy, flexibility, and lesson time. I have kinesthetic and visual-spatial learners. That means any curriculum I choose must have visual appeal, forgo rote memorization, leave room for hand-on learning, and pose enough challenge for my little complex thinkers. Keep reading to find out which curriculum I chose this year.
Wondering which reading curriculum is best for your child? Here’s a list of some of the best reading curriculum on the market.
Homeschool challenges often lead to feelings of frustration and incompetence for many parents. If you’re struggling to homeschool, you’re not alone. There are many reasons why homeschool challenges emerge, but after six years of interacting with hundreds of homeschool parents, the following reasons are common denominators.
I get many questions from homeschoolers about children and learning. In particular, how to engage reluctant learners in the education process. My response always points the parent back to studying their child and assessing what his/her dominant intelligence and learning style is. In other words, what does your child’s inner genius look like? Keep reading to find out!