Tag: homeschooling advice

I finally had a reason to buy that phonics program that I just knew would work for her.  How could it not?  We started those lessons, day after long day.  But she still wasn’t learning how to read.  I turned back to my research and tried another program.  That one didn’t work either.  Time was
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Summer is upon us. I find that if my kids have a total break for too long everyone is at loose ends. We don’t technically school “year round,” but I definitely try to plan learning activities during those hot summer months.  It’s important, also, to remember to plan FUN ACTIVITIES for your kids. I’d like
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Our Director of Academic Services, Mr. Everett Buyarski, was born and raised in Southeast Alaska. He received his B.A. in Philosophy from Gonzaga University, where he spent two years in the seminary before discerning he wasn’t called to the priesthood. He is married to his beautiful wife Melissa, and has five sons, Nathaniel, Aaron, Peter,
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A Tool of My Trade Banríon S.               Homeschooling can be exciting and liberating: there are so many materials and tools from which to choose!  And homeschooling can be frightening and paralyzing at the same time: there are . . . so many . . . materials and tools from which to choose .
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Welcome Parents, Friends, and Curious Onlookers! Homeschooling Insights We are excited to present a new opportunity for interacting with our Kolbe Academy families and friends! In our brand new blog, you will find great articles specifically tailored to advise on the various issues homeschooling families encounter. Our impressive contributing writers will share their knowledge and experience on a
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