• Designing a Homeschool Routine that Works

    Of all the challenges that homeschool presents, one of the toughest challenges is designing a homeschool routine that allows learning to fit the ebb and flow of life. Homeschool rarely happens in a nice, neat classroom with a set schedule of school [...]

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    Humor and Homeschool

    Can we just be real for a minute?  Homeschooling isn’t all fresh book smells and nature walks.  I mean, that stuff is there but there’s a lot of….well….times where humor comes in handy.  Like that time my son corrected me when I taught[...]

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    5 HomeSchool Tips to Keep Your Kids Focused

    When it comes to homeschooling our kids- the biggest problem can be distractions. Here at Bridge Charter Academy, we’ve been discussing distractions and how to combat them.  While it seems like a futile task, especially when there are younger [...]

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    A Fish, a Tree, and School Choice

    A while ago, there was this meme floating around the internet. It was catchy, easy to remember, had a famous person’s “quote” and a clever cartoon to boot. The quote read “Everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb [...]

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    Great scientific article demonstrating the value of curiosity. http://www.edutopia.org/blog/why-curiosity-enhances-learning-marianne-stenger

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