Imagine having a two-year-old crawling under your feet as your kindergartener is reading his favorite book, papers are everywhere, BUT are you still on track. Even when you have a house that is lived in it is possible to stay on target when the madness of the day ensues! Here … read more
3 “Grade A” Tips for Organizing Your Homeschool for Young Learners
You are not alone – Homeshool mentors are here to help
So, you think you’d like to homeschool, but have no idea how you could possibly do so with more than one child. Maybe you have children in multiple grades or you have school age and preschool children both at your home. Have no fear! You can do this with a … read more
It’s that time of year folks … no, not when we are plugging away at keeping our current New Year’s resolutions. It’s the time of year when many families across the state of Florida are pulling their children out of traditional school half way through the current school year to … read more
FPEA Ambassadors – Offering Online Support and Encouragement
What is Dyslexia?
Dyslexia goes far beyond the generalized definition of “seeing words and numbers backwards”, which unfortunately is still quite the common misconception it receives today. Reading may come quick and natural to those that have mastered the art; however, it is an intricate and challenging task for our … read more
Math is one subject that can get boring, so we may shy away from teaching it as opposed to reading and writing. It is easy to read a bedtime story, or name traffic signs while driving, but math? Parents may be wary of math because they may not have had … read more
Do YOU want to make an impact with your online and communication skills?
The FPEA is in the process of selecting a team of elite communicators to serve as our online Ambassadors to help us build greater community within our membership, attract new members and build alliances with other organizations, companies and individuals who have an interest in homeschooling in Florida.
The ideal … read more
Summer is almost a thing of the past. It’s time to trade in those TV remotes for pencil and paper. Soon, the school year will kick into full gear and you and your children will be off and running again. Before the first day of school, several things must be … read more
Being a homeschooling parent can be
a tough job. You must see your children not only as your children but also as
students. This is important when differentiating between being a teacher and
being a parent. Here are two tips for improvement on both accounts.
For one, respect is something … read more