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As parents of a home-schooled teen that is taking college classes we are always looking for the best way to help our son to keep up with his classes and be connected at all times. Back in my time I did research at the library. Now days my teen does research in his laptop. So having a laptop with new features is very important.
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Westfield Topanga will host the exhibit November 3 - December 31st
Bucket list for sure. Travel to Italy and visit all the museums and learn about art. Until then I am just super happy that I was able to experience the Up Close: Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel at Westfield Topanga Mall. Here, at the exhibit, you are able to enjoy one of the world’s most amazing artistic Italian Renaissance masterpieces: Michelangelo’s ceiling frescoes that decorate the Sistine Chapel at the Vatican in Rome.
Homeschooling ha so many advantages. You can plan education according to your child needs and customize curriculum to better serve your child likes and dislikes. One part that i hard for me while homeschooling my son is keeping rules such as waiting for recess to eat or go to the bathroom. We have found that it is easier for my son to stop in the middle of a school lesson and go to the refrigerator to look for a snack.
Every outing is an opportunity for learning. Education does not have to be boring. In fact kids can learn more when they are having fun. So if you ever see us “ditching” a home-school day, please do not judge us. We have actually a plan for the day (or we will pay the day we take off later during the weekend).
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October is National RSV Awareness Month. RSV is also known as Syncytial Virus. RSV is a common, seasonal virus that typically occurs between November and March in the United States and is the leading cause of hospitalization for babies in their first year of life.