Temporary homeschoolers: There IS a way to escape the STRESS, BOREDOM, AND TEDIUM of the public school learning packets!
Celebration Education is shipping their fun in-person classes out to families to experience DYNAMIC, HANDS-ON LEARNING AT HOME! It's not just a packet of papers - it's packed with materials for PROJECTS, CRAFTS, AND…Continue
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Celebration Education uses themes to organize all the learning for the year. Each year is a different theme, as chosen by families. Each week is a different topic based on the theme. Weekly classes integrate several school subjects such as math, reading, social studies, science, language arts, etc. The weekly topic can be enjoyed in workshop classes, at field trips, in theme parks, and on Minecraft!…Continue
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Force kills the spirit, dampens passion and destroys the zest and love of learning. Force trains followers, not leaders.
If you feel like you need to force your children to learn, you have not yet realized the amazing leaner…Continue
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Every child is a genius.
There are no standard children. If you believe this statement, then you can also realize that state and national education standards are irrelevant because they seek to standardize the students.…Continue
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Do you worry about your child falling behind? Do you wish your child were ahead? I would like to help you change your thought process.
What is it your child would be behind or ahead of? All the other children? You are judging your child based on a standard that some people very far away decided is best for your child – without even knowing him!
The Princeton Website has two definitions for student:…Continue
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