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Is ten too young to get serious about homework & responsibility? It's a dilemma for sure *new post* x

Is ten too young to get serious about homework & responsibility? It's a dilemma for sure *new post* x

Vegan Pumpkin Scones Recipe - Mother Rimmy's Cooking Light Done Right

Vegan Pumpkin Scones

Seize the summer! Top 10 Ways to Get Kids Reading This Summer from @Bernadette Folwarczny (Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas).

Seize the summer! Top 10 Ways to Get Kids Reading This Summer from @Bernadette Folwarczny (Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas).

Fixer Upper: The Case of the Collapsing Carriage House | Decorating and Design Blog | HGTV

See How Team Fixer Upper Revitalized This Collapsing Carriage House

Fixer Upper: The Case of the Collapsing Carriage House | Decorating and Design Blog | HGTV

Nadine's Obsessed with Books: Trophy Wife by Alessandra Torre (Cover Reveal)

Nadine's Obsessed with Books: Trophy Wife by Alessandra Torre (Cover Reveal)

Common Core homework. Since when is 500 reasonable when 645 is the answer? I don't see any reason to teach 'front end estimation'. If they're not ready for rounding in 3rd grade, skip this estimation nonsense and teach them how to round the right way when they're ready.

Common Core is making me stupider.

Common Core homework. Since when is 500 reasonable when 645 is the answer? I don't see any reason to teach 'front end estimation'. If they're not ready for rounding in 3rd grade, skip this estimation nonsense and teach them how to round the right way when they're ready.

You have the power to ensure that your child gets what he or she needs by investing in who that child is, deeply, now; valuing all forms of communication; seizing opportunities to create real contexts for writing; dialoguing about language in its multifaceted natural contexts you encounter daily; and helping your child get his or her voice to the page or screen as often as is naturally possible. Read more: http://blog.bravewriter.com/2013/10/31/you-can-trust-it/

You have the power to ensure that your child gets what he or she needs by investing in who that child is, deeply, now; valuing all forms of communication; seizing opportunities to create real contexts for writing; dialoguing about language in its multifaceted natural contexts you encounter daily; and helping your child get his or her voice to the page or screen as often as is naturally possible. Read more: http://blog.bravewriter.com/2013/10/31/you-can-trust-it/

The Unlikely Homeschool: Why I Like Homeschooling: 100+ Kids Weigh In

The Unlikely Homeschool: Why I Like Homeschooling: 100+ Kids Weigh In

Oy vey -- texting shorthand, lazy spellers, made-up words ... it's enough to make a spelling bee judge seize.

U call that spelling?

Oy vey -- texting shorthand, lazy spellers, made-up words ... it's enough to make a spelling bee judge seize.

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