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 Most Important Factors in Social Emotional Learning

Posted in Teaching on June 7, 2017

Children working together to develop Social Emotional Learning

Social emotional learning also referred to as SEL, is a newer addition to the public school system, and many private schools. It can be easily integrated into a homeschool curriculum. This concept is integrated into almost every subject a child takes in school, and it provides them with essential emotional management tools. It has many Read More »

How to Get Your Child Excited About Math

Posted in Teaching on June 4, 2017

Getting children interested in Mathematics

It is difficult to get children excited about a topic like math. I think this is because the topic is very literal and children are creative thinkers. Because math is a topic that people tend to avoid once they have a negative experience, it is all the more important to make sure your child is Read More »

Making History Fun in Your Homeschool

Posted in Homeschooling on June 1, 2017

Looking back at history

One of the most difficult subjects to get any child interested in is history. This is because it involves a lot of reading, and attention to small detail. It may be difficult to get your child interested in history, but that does not mean it is impossible. Get your child interested by making history fun Read More »

3 Tips for After School Success

Posted in Afterschooling on May 30, 2017

Activities for after school

It does not matter what grade your child is, if they are in preschool through fifth grade they will need something to do after school. Trying to find things to do to fill the time between school and bed can be a real challenge, especially if you are on a budget. One advantage is that Read More »

Importance of Brain Breaks in Your Child's Education

Posted in Teaching on May 26, 2017

Child taking a much needed brain break

Do you remember when you were in school? Sitting there staring for hours at a blank piece of paper, clueless about how to solve a problem? Brain breaks save your child from the torment difficult topics cause. The exact torment we suffered through in school. They also add value and excitement to your child's education. Read More »