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4 reasons to use single player games in your homeschool gameschooling

4 Reasons to Use Single-Player Games in Your Homeschool

Discover the enriching world of single-player games and how they can bring value to your homeschool day. In her insightful guest post, Melissa Brander shares four compelling reasons why incorporating single-player games into your homeschool curriculum can be both educational and enjoyable. From enhancing critical thinking skills to accommodating children at different learning levels, Melissa […]

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the reality of homeschooling an only child with top tips

The Reality Of Homeschooling An Only Child

Homeschooling an only child is different. There are many benefits, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. Homeschooling an only child also comes with a few challenges.  Ultimately, the reality of homeschooling an only child is that it’s different. Whether you only have one child or you’re just homeschooling one for a different reason, there are

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Homeschooling with Play, Curiosity, and Games (with Cait Curley)

Did you know that play impacts the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development of children and teens, and impacts us as adults as well? Cait Curley believes that homeschooling really can be almost all fun and games, and she joins us this week on the podcast to chat about gameschooling, the best family games, the

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