Hey Mom, have questions about Homeschooling? Here’s what other moms had to say.

How do you build up your children?

21% Give more responsibility

21% One-on-One time

15% Surprise family activity

43% Encouraging notes or words


He is 6 and can't read yet so I am always telling him he can do it. He can do anything he puts his mind to


I try to remember to find things they have done right and compliment them or have them try a new important job.


This depends upon their love language. One child needs more quality time going out and about, like out to eat and a walk. One child enjoys little notes, hand-made crafts and alone time. It depends upon what each child needs. It's about their personality and what they need.


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