Category Archives for Encouragement

Adding Playful Movements that Heal for Home & Screen Learning

Sometimes learning challenges occur because of sensory overload orthe need to complete early movement patterns. Without needing to diagnose your child, I help homeschoolers understand how to incorporate playful movements that support sensory and movement integration overall for home and screen learning. Bookmark

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Relationships Are Everything: Nurturing Relationships Are the Key to Thriving at “Home” Education

5 Tried and True Ideas that will help you Build Stronger Relationships at Home.  Bookmark

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Success Is Moving from Failure to Failure Without Any Loss of Enthusiasm

As a homeschooling parent of a child with special needs,  do you ever feel the weight might crush you? I have felt that way, too! My goal with this presentation is to bring new perspective to your journey, to help you feel hope and encourage you to keep going, despite your weaknesses and the challenges […]

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Teaching Independence – Ways Your Middle Schooler Can Accomplish Math, Composition, and Spelling

Middle schoolers are at the delicate age where they need to learn executive function,but it can be tough to launch them. Join Gretchen Roe as she offers you practicalguidance in teaching time management, math word problems, compositional writing,spelling confidence, and study skills. Bookmark

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Getting Dad to Support Homeschooling

Sharing my personal experience in being against homeschooling, my wife persisting in her desire to do so, and how and why I came around to fully supporting homeschool and really appreciating the experience. Bookmark

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Helping Teens Have Confidence in a Chaotic World

These are difficult times and our youth can feel it.  In fact, they are acutely aware of the anxiety and stress that has been mushrooming in our homes over the last year.  Today more than ever it is easy for them to quickly become overwhelmed, disconnected, and unsure.    Our role as homeschool parents is […]

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Taming The Bully Between Your Ears

So many times, our worst bully lives in our own head. It’s time to tame those little voices that shut you down every time you want to improve. Jeanie’s five step method will help you create the life you have always dreamed of by improving your relationship with yourself and others.Hurt people hurt people and […]

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Finding (and Maintaining) Peace Amidst Your Homeschooling Challenges

Homeschooling is a great joy – and a great challenge. It brings out the best in all of us, but unfortunately, it can also bring out the worst. How can we, as parents, find and maintain peace within ourselves no matter how hard things get? What are the principles, practices, and tools that will keep […]

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Six Principles That Will Improve Your Family Communication

Join Steve as he shares principles that have helped him learn to speak and listen to his wife. These same principles have improved his ability to connect with his four sons. More about Steve Demme: Steve Demme Steve and his wife Sandra have been married since 1979. They have been blessed with four sons, three […]

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Homeschooling the Sensory Intense Child

Does your child bounce constantly? Will your child refuse to touch scissors or even their pencil? We discuss Sensory Integration Disorder and what it means to our homeschooling. Practical advice and ideas from a mom who has lived on the sensory roller coaster for years, and if pushed I would have to admit to having […]

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