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Finding A Tutor For Your Child

By Nancy Da Silva

Student test scores in schools are down both on national and international levels. Blame it on over worked teachers, under staffed schools and over populated classrooms or unmotivated students, no one can deny the problem is reaching epidemic proportions. You want your child to get the very best education
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Free Homeschooling Day Planner & Portfolio

By JustMommies staff

We have created a free printable homeschooling day planner. You can use our day planner to keep organized, make goals, record attendance and keep track of what you are doing. Works great as a portfolio. Use our free printables to help you get organized. Just print them out, three hole punch the pages,
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Free Spelling Program

By JustMommies staff

We have created an effective and easy to use spelling program to help your child improve her spelling abilities. This is a self directed program and requires some assistance from you, but most of the work is done by the child independently. We incorporate the use of spelling rules and spelling patterns
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Frogs Unit Study

By JustMommies staff

In this unit study you will learn a little about frogs. The unit study was written for early elementary school aged children but could be adapted for older students as well. Your student will learn a little about classifying animals, he will also learn about the frog’s environment, and he will learn
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Handling Homework

By Patti Teel

Excerpt from The Floppy Sleep Game Book, by Patti Teel Limited amounts of homework in the primary grades may be beneficial; however, it should not be excessive, especially in the lower grades. The amount of homework assigned varies greatly from school to school and from teacher to teacher. As a rule
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Helping Students Cope with Test Anxiety

By Henry L Harris

Anxiety is a basic human emotion consisting of fear and uncertainty that typically appears when an individual perceives an event as being a threat to the ego or self-esteem (Sarason, 1988). In some instances, such as avoiding dangerous situations, anxiety can be helpful. However when taken to extremes,
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Help Reset Your Child's Internal Clock before School Starts

By Patti Teel

I have fond memories of my children excitedly preparing for each new school year. With a brand new pair of tennis shoes and backpack, they looked forward to the new school year with both eager anticipation and trepidation. While buying our children new school supplies may help tip the scale towards eager
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Homeschool Report Card

By JustMommies staff

Are you looking for a report card to use in your homeschool? We've provided some easy printable report cards for you to use. Homeschool Report Cards 4 semester year report card Pages 1 & 4 Pages 2 & 3 6 term year report card Pages 1 & 4 Pages 2 & 3 Non-traditional Report Card Pages 1 & 4 Pages 2 & 3
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How to handle parent/teacher disagreements

By JustMommies staff

What do you do when you and your child’s teacher disagree? Perhaps you don’t see eye to eye on the methods your child is being taught or evaluated with. Or maybe you feel like your child is being treated unfairly. What about homework? Do you feel that your child is being given too much homework or
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Incentives That May Take Your Child from a B-Student to an A-Student

By Audrey Morris

All parents want their children to live up to their full potential, and grades and schoolwork can be a special area of concern. Parents understand how good grades can open doors in the future, but kids’ brains don’t always think that way! Incentives can encourage kids to pull their grades up, as
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