Charlene Little, Author at Homeschool Base

About Charlene Little

Charlene is a writer, a self-made momtrepreneur, and a stay-at-home, homeschooling mom. She has four wonderful, very active young boys. With all there is to do everyday, things are always chaotic and she loves every minute of it. Things we do in everyday life are a learning experience, and her family plans to learn all they can!

Charlene has nine years of experience researching and writing about medical sciences, health and wellness, genetics, public health, alternative medicine, education, sociology, psychology, mental health, and even home improvement.

5 Social Emotional Learning Activities You Should Be Using Now

Posted in Homeschooling, Teaching on August 14, 2017

  Is your child facing a bully in school? Maybe your child's school is pointing the finger at them for being a bully. Children who are categorized in this area typically throw tantrums and struggle with severe mood swings. Their behavior can be characterized as being “out of sorts” or “acting out.” Many children in Read More »

Vocabulary Recognition Through Interactive Play and Written Word

Posted in Homeschooling on August 8, 2017

Vocabulary Recognition with Play

Vocabulary is a concept that homeschool parents often initially relate as a school-based activity. However, vocabulary building begins long before many parents even consider school choice. Humans begin their vocabulary development at roughly the same time as their verbal language development. However, they start building mental vocabulary the moment they are born. You can begin building Read More »

Mixed-Age Grouping Teaching Method

Posted in Homeschooling on August 7, 2017

A family of multi-aged children

When you are exploring different homeschooling options for your family, one of the options that present itself is mixed-age grouping. Parents and teachers have considered how mixed age grouping works and how beneficial it can be for the learning environment. Mixed age grouping may pose some problems. But there are big upsides, especially if you Read More »

Techniques to Get Your ADHD Child to Focus

Posted in Homeschooling on August 6, 2017

spending valuable time

My Children Have ADHD When my second son was diagnosed with ADHD, it was not a simple diagnosis. The doctor did not say “I think he has ADHD.” He did not say it was a “possibility.” My son's pediatrician looked me in the eye and told me, “your son has the worst ADHD I have Read More »

11 Best Robots for Kids & Build-Your-Own Kits

Posted in Reviews on August 2, 2017

A kid building his own robot from a kit

One of the most exciting things you can do is teach your child the basics of robotics. Children love to be creative, and they love to be hands on. So why not use one of these amazing robotic kits and teach them to love engineering? Whether your child knows it or not, they love engineering. Read More »