Monthly Archives: August 2013

Are Nursery Rhymes Still Important?

Written by Kathleen Powers   Yes, they are, but sadly, more and more children come to school today with little knowledge of them. There are many reasons—busy parents without time to read the rhymes, foreign-born parents unfamiliar with the … Continue reading

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Homeschooling is a Family Affair

Published with Permission Written by Marilyn Rockett With a good bit of apprehension, I started an ambitious project recently. I dismantled 20 years of family picture albums because the pictures were discoloring and because I had only one set … Continue reading

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A Modern Famous Home Scholar

  Sho Yano Sho Yano is an Asian-American child prodigy with an estimated IQ of 200. His father is from Japan and his mother from South Korea. Yano was reading at two, writing at three, playing piano at four, and … Continue reading

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