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How to Create a Home Catechism

How to Create a Home Catechism | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

Many years ago, I wanted to put together a catechism that our family could memorize together that would encourage us in living for the Lord. I did just what I set out to do by first thinking of the things that mattered to us the most for our home, backed up with scriptures and pulled […]

How to Fight a Fever Naturally with an Onion

How To Fight a Fever Naturally with an Onion | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

My youngest son has had several fever induced seizures, and has been on a medicine routine with each of his fevers since his first Febrile seizure when he was 14 months old.  His body no longer reacts to Tylenol and can be very scary to not have something to keep his fever in check. My […]

How to Stay Encouraged While Parenting a Strong-Willed Child

How to Stay Encouraged While Parenting a Strong-willed Child | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

Parenting a strong-willed child can be more than difficult, but down right emotional and depressing some days.  Even when you are striving to harness your strong-willed child the right way, it can be very taxing on you, leaving you feeling overcome by this one child that you aren’t sure how to make it better. I […]

How to Create an Atmosphere of Education

How to Create an Atmosphere of Education | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

If you are a Charlotte Mason educator, you know her famous quote “Education is an atmosphere, a discipline, a life.”  In order to effectively implement her method of education, you need to understand these elements. How to Create an Atmosphere of Education Surroundings Our surrounding is what most would think of when contemplating an atmosphere […]

Fever Induced Seizure: What Every Parent Should Know

Fever Induced Seizure: What Every Parent Should Know | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

  It was Thanksgiving day 2003. My parents were visiting us from out of town, I was struggling to get dinner on the table because I had been up with my feverish 17 month old all night. My mom was helping me, as I continued to take breaks for my baby. He finally feel asleep, […]

How To Harness a Strong-Willed Child the Right Way

How to harness a strong-willed child the right way | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

If you are raising a strong-willed child, like we have, I know you are looking for anything to make it easier. I do mean ANYTHING! Once you have a strong-willed child of your own, you can spot them anywhere and everywhere, but most parents will just have understanding of where you are and share in […]

States and Capitals: Printable Cards for Interactive Learning

States and Capitals: Printable Cards for Interactive Learning | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

  Are you are looking for some fun interactive learning activities that you can do with your child to help them learn the states and capitals?  This free download contains 100 cards (50 states and 50 capitals), plus a page that your child can use as a ‘cheat sheet’ during the learning process. Download States and […]

Copywork for Beginning Writers

Copywork for Beginning Writers | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

Copywork for Beginning Writers We use copywork in our homeschooling, and my little guy is loving this way of learning copywork that he starts it first everyday, often times before I’m ready to even start school.  I thought you may enjoy seeing what we are doing and why my preschooler loves writing! Leading up to […]

     
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