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Camp Corona and Consequences

April 3rd, 2020

Today Joanne is sharing her Surviving Sudden Homeschool life, two weeks in. Joanne and Karen are hosting 2Moms@Home on Monday nights. Be sure and sign up for this NEW live event. Then stop in with your favorite drink and meet us there in-person for a little adult conversation! I don’t want to brag, but I am completely dressed today. I mean, […]

Homeschool is Officially in Session

March 27th, 2020

Today Joanne is back, sharing her Surviving Sudden Homeschool life. Perhaps you caught her daughter’s homeschool detention song on our Testing Mom Facebook page this past week–be sure and listen!  Joanne and Karen are meeting Monday nights for our NEW live event called 2Moms@Home. Be sure and join us there in-person! Without further ado, Joanne shares her first full […]

Surviving Sudden Homeschool

March 19th, 2020

Today we are introducing Joanne, from our TestingMom team. Joanne and Karen will be starting a NEW live event next week called 2Moms@Home. We can’t wait to share more! Without further ado, meet Joanne! Failing. Maybe even flailing. I knew this was going to be difficult. I was prepared for the challenges. I mean, I […]

A Letter from Karen Quinn: Coronavirus Update – Your Child’s Worries and School Closings

March 9th, 2020

To Our Valued Families –  If your children are anything like mine, I’m sure they’re worried about the coronavirus.  I just wanted to share with you some ways you can help your kids get through this difficult and confusing time.    How Do I Talk To My Child About the Coronavirus? National Public Radio has […]

Exploring the Ways Kids Can Serve Their Community

March 3rd, 2020

Last week, we looked through the lens of community service work in order to extract the social, emotional, and educational benefits that such participation has for both your child and the organizations that they are serving. Today, we want to provide some guidance for when it comes time for your child to choose their own […]

Community Service Works for Children: Learning to Make an Impact in Your Community

February 18th, 2020

Many of us can relate to the satisfying feeling of doing something nice for others. Whether it is a conscious or spontaneous decision, being open to making just a small change in the hopes of benefiting others is something from which most of us achieve personal satisfaction. In essence, learning to be selfless does not […]

Flash Cards are a Game Changer for Memory and Learning

February 7th, 2020

With so many facts being given to our kids every day, sometimes to an overwhelming amount, we need to start to ground them in knowledge for each subject.  Because at some point down the road, they will be faced with taking all those facts and making a determination, like solving a problem or writing an […]

Do Youngest Kids in Class Struggle Most?

January 30th, 2020

It’s not too early to start considering the upcoming school year.  In fact, many of those decisions and registrations are coming down the pipes right now.  If you have young children starting school in the fall, who are on the young-side of the group for Kindergarten, you may be wondering if you should start them […]

10 Lifestyle Changes to Help You Academically! Part 2

January 24th, 2020

Today we’re bringing the second part of how these 10 lifestyle changes will help your children academically! In last week’s post we delved into the variety of ways in which your child’s lifestyle changes had the potential to influence their social, emotional and academic lives. The changes we discussed were unique in that they were […]

10 Lifestyle Changes to Help You Academically!

January 9th, 2020

These 10 lifestyle changes will help your children academically–bringing the first part of our series to get you started! In today’s busy, chaotic, and fast-paced world, many of us are familiar with or even practice a concept we have come to know as self-care. Although the word itself is self-explanatory in many ways, the act […]

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