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How to Get Your Kids in Bed, On Time, Everytime

Getting kids to get in bed and stay there is a struggle for lots of us. We discovered a simple way that worked for our 5 kids...just took is thinking only slightly different about our goal with bedtime and sleeping

Off to learn,

Fred Ray Lybrand​

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Why Having a Best Friend is a Bad Idea!

Even as technology isolates us more, and tries to connect us (think FaceBook), there are other things that really interfere with having great relationships. One of these things is the "Best Friends" idea. Like most ideals, it sounds great to think there is that one close buddy who is there through thick-and-thin. The truth is that we humans do better with multiple relationships rather than just a single one (what pressure!). Here's a way to rethink this important area for your kids [and yourself?].

Off to learn,

Fred Ray Lybrand​

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The #1 Tip for a Less Stress Homeschool

Well, we all can get stressed, but there is a surprisingly obvious way to take our stress level down. Now, it isn't always the easiest thing to do, but over time every day can become less stressful. Why not take this to heart and realize that it's time to kick stress out of your homeschool?

Off to learn,

Fred Ray Lybrand​

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Mistake: Trying to Raise Happy Kids

Parents often misunderstand cause and effect. Just because a kid is happy, it doesn't mean she will be when she grows up. We really need to aim at raising happy adults...which leads to a pretty good childhood too!

Off to learn,

Fred Ray Lybrand

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Homeschoolers: It’s a Time in History to Learn to Communicate

      

The essential point of communication is to AIM AT MEANING. Most of the mess we are in comes from others 'telling people' what they mean, rather than finding out for sure. This short video explains the problem and what to change for the better.

Off to learn,

Fred Ray Lybrand

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Fixing Your Homeschooler’s MATH Struggles

                      

Struggling with math is common for all of us, even those with a knack for it. The truth is that math requires a kind of growth through stages, which every child (yes, yours too) can survive 🙂 Here are 2 ideas that will make the difference. In fact, if your child is struggling, it's probably one, the other, or both.

Off to learn,

Fred Ray Lybrand

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Maybe It’s Better to be Only a 98% Homeschool

Sometimes we can overdo our commitment to family and homeschool, which results in an over-enmeshed family. There is a better way to get our homeschool students ready for life with just a 2% (-ish) change

Off to learn,

Fred Ray Lybrand

I’d love to hear your comments or answer your questions