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Future Mommy Super Foods

Posted in Lifestyle on August 20, 2017

The best super food for pregnant women

What exactly does a mom-to-be need to ensure a happy pregnancy and a healthy baby? Apart from a well-balanced diet with plenty of fresh fruits and veggies, there are a few special foods that can add an extra boost to your well-being during those exciting nine months. While keeping a strict diet or eating schedule Read More »

How I Used Drones in My Autistic Child’s Education

Posted in Teaching on August 13, 2017

Drones and Special Ed.

Remember finishing up your snack and rushing outside to play? Setting up dollhouses, or playing in the open air for hours on end? There’s a certain sacred magic around playtime that nothing else can mimic. As children, we learn and develop a lot through play. And if your little one is like mine, you already Read More »

Free Online Teaching Resources for Anthropology

Posted in High School, History, Home School Creative Commons Resources, Humanities, Middle School on August 12, 2017

Teach anthropology to your kids for free with these valuable resources

Deidre Rose teaches anthropology at the University of Guelph. We’re so excited that she was willing to share these awesome online teaching resources with the homeschool community. What is Anthropology? Anthropology is the study of all aspects of humankind and spans across the globe and through time. Because of the massive scope of the discipline, it Read More »

Online Teaching Resources for Canadian History

Posted in High School, History, Home School Creative Commons Resources, Middle School on August 11, 2017

Resources for teaching about Canada

On July 1st, 2017 Canada marked its sesquicentennial. The occasion of the 150th anniversary was met with mixed emotions but did bring the history of the relatively young state to the fore. Here are some online teaching resources that are inclusive, comprehensive, and engaging! History through murder mysteries? My absolute favorite online resource for teaching Read More »

Connecting with Your Little One BEFORE They Arrive

Posted in Parenting on August 8, 2017

Every mom-to-be is curious about what her little one will look, what he or she will sound like and how they will act. Will they have their dad's dimples or their mom's excitable energy? What are they going through right now? Can they hear and feel you? While you can't exactly call your baby up Read More »