Homeschoolers Enrichment Coop for Ages 9-12 (2022-2023)
May10

Homeschoolers Enrichment Coop for Ages 9-12 (2022-2023)

Dear friends, I would like to organize an enrichment coop for kids 9-11, in NYC,  along with parents who are willing to commit to coming regularly. The idea is to get the kids working together, for us to learn from one another, and to create a community where the kids can feel safe and supported and learn together (with a good amount of hanging out afterward). Outside the coop time, If anyone is interested, we could also participate...

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Our Choice to Homeschool
Oct22

Our Choice to Homeschool

( This article was published in 2015. Our reasons for homeschooling are still pretty similar, but I felt the need to mention that as our child is not 3.5 yo anymore and our path in homeschooling has evolved and grown so much in the past few years. Another updated article to come soon.) I was a child of the school system. I loved school so much I cried on the school bus on my way home whenever we went on vacation. I was never bullied,...

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5 Best free Coding Lessons for Kids
Mar16

5 Best free Coding Lessons for Kids

Learning some coding skills is an essential need nowadays, and kids who never have that opportunity can be at a serious disadvantage in our society. The good news is that there are so many ways to learn for free! Below you will find some ideas to help your kids learn to code while having fun: Code.org Code.org is the basis for most school programs and after school programs, but not everyone realizes that they could just use it for...

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Homeschooling Consulting
Mar14

Homeschooling Consulting

The idea of homeschooling can seem overwhelming, but with a little guidance, we can find ways that it could work for your family and start enjoying the process with your child. There are as many ways to homeschool as there are families, but sometimes all a family needs is a little support and information. After almost 2 decades tutoring and working with homeschoolers and decades of experience as a teacher and as director of education...

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Math resources that are also lots of fun!
Mar14

Math resources that are also lots of fun!

Math seems to be one of those topics, like writing, that kids either love or will avoid at any cost, but sometimes what matters most is how you tackle a challenge. There are lots of ways of bringing fun to mathematics: Manipulatives, real-life applications, entrepreneurship projects , yard sales, and yes, websites and apps. Below you will find a few of our suggestions: Prodigy Game (Free with option to pay for upgrades) Prodigy is a...

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Homeschoolers Playgroup in Park Slope, Brooklyn ( Park Slope Homeschoolers)
Sep12

Homeschoolers Playgroup in Park Slope, Brooklyn ( Park Slope Homeschoolers)

Hi everyone Please note that the playgroup is “masks optional “outdoors but “masks required” indoors, as some of our kids are immunosuppressed. We are outdoors for most of the year. Our usual winter meeting place has a large yard, so masks are needed inside the building, but not needed in the yard. The playgroup is aimed at 8-11 years olds, but younger or older kids and siblings are always welcome, especially...

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Sample Homeschooling Week (Coronavirus Edition)
Mar23

Sample Homeschooling Week (Coronavirus Edition)

Hey everyone, I have been trying to post resources, but I have heard from a lot of parents that they aren’t sure what to do with some of them when to use them, how much do they do, etc, so I decided to post some of our current general weekly schedule (though it changes often), so people can see if that gives them any ideas of what might work for their own kids and lives. Every family has a way of doing this that is unique to...

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