How Reading About Other Lands is the Beginning of Exploration!

I still remember the days, when as a five year old little girl, my dearly beloved grandmother used to sit me on her lap and read me stories like “Little Red Riding Hood,” “La Ratoncita Presumida” (The Vain Little Mouse), and my favorite…the story of King Solomon and the two mothers. I felt as if…

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Independent vs. Familial Culture- Could Living In The U.S. Be Hurting Your Family?

Could Living In The U.S. Be Hurting Your Family

It is no surprise the United States of America prides itself in being an independent nation with independent thinkers and independent actions. But could this way of thinking be hurting the family? When children reach 18 years of age, we “send them off” to college in expectancy that they will finish maturing and so they…

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5 Reasons Your Children Will Benefit from Learning Spanish

With the United States being so geographically close to Central and South America, it’s only natural that Spanish is increasingly becoming an important language in the U.S.. Showing up on street signs and advertisements, bilingual signs and communication are here to stay. Older and more traditional folks could resist it, but the truth is the…

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Is Your Child’s Education Preventing His/Her Success?

After the parent’s influence, personal education is probably the next biggest influencer in a person’s life. The degree and level of education a person has dictates the level of success he or she achieves. In fact, the less education a person receives, the less money, social skills, influence and overall success the person accomplishes. In…

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5 Tips to Make Your Homeschool Simple and Effective

I had been homeschooling for 5 years and I was expecting my 4th child… As much as I enjoyed and delighted in the learning and fun activities, my body was weary and burdened. I wasn’t getting enough sleep and the pressure of having to homeschool everyday was beyond what I could handle. I felt as…

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