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10 Tips for Getting Your Homeschoolers Ready for College

​If you’ve ever been nervous about your child’s transition from homeschooling to college, you’re in good company. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, about 1.7 million children in the U.S. are homeschooled, and many of these students will be preparing college applications at some point in the future. Thoughtful, early planning is the key to setting the foundation for college success. Not sure where to start? Here are 10 ways to prepare your homeschooler for college. 1) Research college entrance requirements. Make sure your homeschool curriculum matches college entrance requirements. Most schools will require a certain number of

Tips for getting out with Kids

It's the dead of winter, the sun hasn't shined in forever, you are pretty sure that the sun is never coming back. The inversion makes everything gloomy. You haven't left the house in days, the kids are crazy. Or maybe, you are new mom, maybe a brand new mom, maybe a new mom of 3. Either way, we've got tips on how to get you adventuring. Pack Simply This tip comes mainly because I hate packing for outings. Tiny Ziploc bags filled with Cheerios, squeezable pouches, wet wipes, pacifier wipes, extra pacifiers, toys for the car ride, toys for when

Camp like a Pro with Kids | South Fork | Huntsville

We aren't pros, but we do know alot from just one camping trip! So we've become insta-pros on camping with kids. Before having kids, we used to camp quite a bit, sometimes at a paying place, sometimes with the cows, sometimes just in the back of truck, I mean, we roughed it right? I thought I had the whole camping thing down. But ever since we've brought babies into the world, we've been just a little shy about going out into the woods with our babies overnight. See, my babies are used to sleeping in their own beds and they
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