This Thursday – Redirecting Power Struggles Demo – Don’t Miss It!

Don’t miss it! – This Thursday, March 6th!

What:  Redirecting Power Struggles

When: Thursday, March 6th  7 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.

Where: The Homeschool Resource Center

Why: Free Tools you can take home with you and get immediate results!

Preregistration required –  Register HERE!

About the Class

Do you ever have power struggles with your kids? Are you tired of reminding, nagging, yelling and bribing your kids? Do you need tools to win your child’s cooperation? This 75-minute informative and interactive Demo teaches parents easy tools that you can implement and get results with immediately. 

About the Instructor

Kathryn Kvols is the author of the book and parenting course “Redirecting Children’s Behavior.” She is an international speaker and president of the International Network for Children and Families.

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FREE DEMO– Redirecting Power Struggles –This THURSDAY!

Don’t miss it!

What:  Redirecting Power Struggles

When: Thursday, February 20th 7 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.

Where: The Homeschool Resource Center

Why: Free Tools you can take home with you and get immediate results!

Preregistration required –  Register HERE!

About the Class

Do you ever have power struggles with your kids? Are you tired of reminding, nagging, yelling and bribing your kids? Do you need tools to win your child’s cooperation? This 75-minute informative and interactive Demo teaches parents easy tools that you can implement and get results with immediately. 

About the Instructor

Kathryn Kvols is the author of the book and parenting course “Redirecting Children’s Behavior.” She is an international speaker and president of the International Network for Children and Families.

MIT Maker Portfolios

Wondering how your child will get into college as a homeschooler? If so, check this out!

MIT Admissions introduces Maker Portfolios

Interdisciplinary Council on Developmental Learning Disorders

Interdisciplinary Council on Developmental Learning Disorders
http://www.icdl.com/
The ICDL is home to a unique approach to working with children with autism and other developmental disorders called Floortime.  This unique approach uses relationships as the basis for helping children progress along the developmental scale and is an exemplary model that can be used with children of all ability levels.

Six Syllable Types

Six Syllable Types by Louisa Moats, Ph.D. and Carol Tolman, Ph.D.

Have you ever struggled to identify–or teach–where syllables begin and end in a word? If so, then this article is a must read!  Louisa Moats is an internationally recognized reading expert and Vice President of the International Dyslexia Association and Carol Tolman is an educator and consultant with more than 20 years experience in the fields of reading, writing, and spelling.