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Boston Moms Guide to School at Home

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Whether your children are attending school in person, online, at home, or a combination of all three, Boston Moms has got you covered! This resource...

Thinking About Homeschooling? Get Started with 4 Easy Steps

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It happened quickly. Families all over the country were all of a sudden at home, schooling their children. COVID-19 really shook us and is...

Homeschooling Is Bringing Out the Worst Parts of Me

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Homeschooling my kids during COVID-19 has been a bit like living with the worst version of myself constantly and inescapably. When my husband and I...

I Won’t Sacrifice My Relationship With My Kid to Homeschool

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We started off strong, with homemade checklists compiled from materials sent by my daughter's six different therapists and one teacher. Our workbooks were secured,...

The Power of the Morning Meeting… at Home

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For those of us whose kids have attended (or up until recently were attending) preschool or elementary school, the phrase "morning meeting" will likely...

Setting Goals with Kids During the Coronavirus Quarantine

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Be flexible. As we are learning from the current ever-changing news cycle, things change rapidly. Make a schedule — and set goals, because kids need to know what to expect — but be willing to hold it loosely, and adapt to what your kids are communicating. If they're having a blast building Legos, don't move things along to get to "requirements." Don't be so hell-bent on a particular goal that you miss the bigger lesson your kids are learning about kindness and care for others.

We’re All Homeschooling Now (and That Isn’t a Bad Thing)

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If teaching your child certain lessons isn't coming easily to you, try your best, but mostly focus on making memories with your children. Go for walks, play outside, complete house projects together, sort through their clothing, play board games (and really teach them the rules). There is more to learn in life than simply academics, and we can all use this time to learn and grow together as families.