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Kratom: What Homeschool Parents Need to Know

Kratom is a type of herbal medicine from Southeast Asia. It is often used as an alternative to medication for medical and psychological conditions, such as morphine and heroin. Cultivated mostly in Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia, kratom belongs to the coffee-family tree that is indigenous to Southeast Asia. Two of its active ingredients, mitragynine, and […]

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Tips for Creating a Homeschool Cleaning Schedule That Fits the Whole Family

It can be tough to create a homeschool cleaning schedule that works for the whole family. But with a bit of planning and some cooperation, it can be done! Here are some tips to help you get started. Talk to Your Family Before you can create a homeschool cleaning schedule, you need to talk to […]

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Fun Ideas to Spend Your Homeschool Summer Break

Summertime is a great opportunity for homeschoolers to relax and recharge their batteries. It’s also a perfect time to socialize with other homeschool families and engage in some fun and educational activities. Like most homeschooling activities, organizing summer break activities involves a little bit of planning. you can keep your mind active and engaged while […]

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Ways You Are Making Homeschooling More Difficult Than It Should Be

The idea of finally starting the first homeschool day can be somewhat dreadful to first-timers. Making your own coffee and breakfast can be an activity you usually love doing every day. Still, because it is the first day of homeschooling, you feel groggy.  However, always bear in mind that this is not just a “job […]

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Homeschooling During the Coronavirus

Many industries and sectors were affected when the pandemic emerged. One of the sectors that have taken a significant blow is education.  Because face-to-face classes are prohibited, and quarantine protocols are in place, many parents were forced to continue their child’s education through homeschooling.  Homeschooling is very different from going to school or university, which […]

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