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Learning to read…

Posted by Annie on Sep 9, 2016 in Education

Kindergarten – which means “garden for children” in German – is not kindergarten anymore. It’s yesterday’s first grade, or even second. Kindergarten’s academic standards are dramatically more rigorous than even a decade ago (“find textual evidence”; “read texts with purpose and understanding”; “distinguish between similarly spelled words by identifying the sounds of the letters that […]

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Redwood City Homeschooling

Posted by Annie on Nov 22, 2014 in California

Are you interested in homeschooling or unschooling? Have you just begun your journey? Are you currently un/homeschooling and need some inspiration? Join us for a fun, informative, and thought-provoking conversation at this all-inclusive, non-sectarian event. Veteran Homeschool Moms, Mentors, & Activists: ┬áBarbara Phillips and Diane Flynn Keith are hosting: The Art of Homeschooling Saturday, January […]

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Teens who can’t find a job…

Posted by Annie on Jun 30, 2012 in Activity, Young Authors

Didn’t get a job this summer? There are still plenty of ways to gain valuable work experience and build your resume! Questia, the premier online research tool for students, has compiled a list of 10 ways college students and recent graduates can constructively spend their free time this summer.

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