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Do You Need Childcare When You Work At Home?

Many parents decide to work at home because they want more time with their families. They hope to be able to take care of their kids themselves rather than pay for any sort of childcare. But is this really practical? The answer really depends on your situation. There are a lot of factors to consider when taking a realistic look at what is best for you and your children. How old are your kids? The older they are, the less help you will probably need. Babies and toddlers are home a lot more tha........ Read More

Why Do People Home School Their Children?

Of course in America there are many options to educating our children. There are public schools, private schools, charter schools, Montessori schools and, of course, the option of home schooling. There are advocates of both home schooling and public schooling. Those of us who don’t home school, which is still the majority of Americans, need to fully understand the reasons why people choose to home school their children. Religious or Philosophical Convictions: Religion is not permitted in th........ Read More

Profit By Providing Home Based Child Care Services

How can you profit from the boom in child care services? Here are a few suggestions. 1. Provide Child Care from Your Home Would you like to provide child care services from your own home? If so, here is some advice obtained from an experienced child care provider: -There may be laws in your area that limit the number of children (other than your own) that you can care for from your home. It could be just five or six children. -Don't do half days. If someone drops their child off just for ........ Read More

How To Successfully Home School Your Child

Homeschooling your child has many benefits nowadays as private schools get more and more expensive, and let’s face it, that’s not going to change any time soon. Home education also allows much more flexibility as the family can choose convenient schedules for them and their child. Because of the structure of homeschooling programs, all the lessons can be fitted to suit the child’s learning style, pace and capability. The first thing you need to do after deciding to home educate you chil........ Read More

Homeschooling 101: Grading Your Child’s Work

Homeschooling is slowly becoming a trend for some families. It has many advantages, from the academic, social, moral to the religious point of view while several parents cite other child-centered reasons (like their children’s health or safety). These reasons (or a combination of them) have been what most homeschooling families are giving out when asked why homeschool. Perhaps most homeschooling families enjoy the flexible time homeschooling gives them and the interaction they can have with t........ Read More

In Home Child Safety

Steps can be taken to ensure that various components around your home are safe for youngsters. For example, baby walkers can become very dangerous for children, as they can result in children falling down stairs. Ensure that safety gates are installed properly and that the cribs meet current standards for safety. Gates that fasten to walls are ideal for the tops of stairs, while spring-loaded gates are a superior choice for the base of stairs. Next, check various aspects of cribs, such as the ma........ Read More

How To Work At Home With Young Children

I’ve written a few simple rules to help you deal with the reality of working at home with young children. Your day may not go exactly like this, but at times it will probably come pretty close. 1. Start your day by telling the kids you are going to be working. Make sure you have enough time for last-minute demands, such as the urgent need to play “just one” game of Chutes and Ladders. 2. Remind kids of when they can disturb you while you work. “No, wanting a cookie is not an emergency......... Read More

10 Tips On Working At Home With Young Children

Working at home can be stressful, especially with small children in the house. Where is the balance between work and home when home IS work? Here are some suggestions to help both you and your kids make the most of each day at the home office. 1. Try to get up at least an hour before the children. This gives you some quiet time to assess your daily priorities, stretch your body and mentally and physically prepare for the day ahead. This is YOUR time. It is of the utmost importance. Me........ Read More

How To Homeschool Your Child

Now that you have decided that homeschooling is the way to educate your child, get ready for the ecstasy and the anxiety - the road ahead is a bit bumpy, but the rewards more than make up for it. Producing a well-adjusted and well-rounded personality is no mean achievement. First of all, it is important to check out your state laws on home schooling. Some states need an affidavit filed with the State's education department. There are basically 3 categories for homeschooling la........ Read More

Homeschool And Grade Your Child

How great must a parent feel spending time with her child at home, see her grow, discover and explore the world! Be all the way with her during her learning and explorations. In America, homeschooling has been gaining popularity due to several reasons given by parents or they have seen the applicability to their child’s unique situation. But, laws pertaining to this new alternative approach to education vary from state to state and there are different interpretations to it by school district........ Read More

Best Year: The Year I Homeschooled My Child!

Parents are very excited when their children are old enough to get started in the learning stage level one. They are just too excited to play dough alphabet and clay with their 3-4 aged kids, flashcards with colorful drawings, number blocks, dress up in costumes and plant trees in the backyard with kids and other activities. Homeschool helps parents to spend time with their kids in the early stages of learning. But one thing they always forget because of too much excitement is the planning of ........ Read More

Home-schooling For Today's Children

In recent decades, homeschooling, or the traditional practice of educating children within the home as against sending them to a public or private learning institution, is slowly making its way back to the educational mainstream. This alternative means of elementary and high school education dates back to 1906 in the United States when the Calvert Day School in Baltimore, Maryland offered the "curriculum in a box" partnered with a National Geographic advertisement. Shortly after its fifth year........ Read More

Homeschooling The Add/adhd Child

As homeschool parents, there are many options for teaching our children. I have found the variety out there to actually be overwhelming, but few resources actually meet my needs. My son is gifted, but has ADHD. As a clinician and a professor, I hated seeing him struggle in school. Each day he would tell me he had "Carnitors" (T-Rex's for the rest of us) in his tummy. After meeting with his teacher several times, it became clear that the school was unable/unwilling to meet his needs to my satisfa........ Read More

Childproofing Your Home

One of the most important steps you can take to prepare for a baby is childproofing your home. Little hands will get into things you never even thought of, so being prepared is critical to your child’s safety. Here are some areas of your home that need attention to get you started on your childproofing project. · Electrical Outlets – You can buy inexpensive covers to keep little fingers out of your outlets, or simply put a piece of furniture in front of them. · Cords – Be they electric........ Read More

Preschool Teaching: You Can Teach Your Child At Home

You may think that only a licensed teacher is qualified to teach your child. However, did you know that your child’s first teacher is you? Yes, it’s true! Not only are parents their children’s primary caregivers, but they are also their first teachers, and with a little help, you can successfully teach your preschooler at home. Preschool teaching may seem a bit overwhelming at first, but if you are patient and take your time with your child, you can find the time that you spend together t........ Read More


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