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Audio Learning Can Make Your Kids Better Writers

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People frequently place far too little emphasis on helping kids to become great writers and audio learning can help tremendously. The mechanics of writing, such as grammar, reading, vocabulary, and spelling, all get a lot of attention. However, dynamic writing often gets shoved to the wayside. Teachers and parents often don’t understand how much they can accomplish through teaching children ...

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Homeschooling In China Growing Despite Ban

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Homeschooling in China is emerging with an estimated 18,000 children currently receiving education at home across China. This is according to a report from the 21st Century Education Research Institute. The same report mentioned that the number of home educated children were 2,000 in 2013 but has grown exponentially with over 50,000 parents who have taken the initial steps to ...

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The Major Difference Between Audiobooks And Audio Dramas

When people think of audio learning, they often think of audiobooks. While audiobooks are a great way for kids to learn, audio dramas are even better. The terms sound similar, but there are vast differences between the two. Audio dramas are one of the best tools that teachers or parents can use for some subjects in school. They can change ...

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5 Easy Activities To Expand Your Audio Learning Experience

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Audio learning can be a wonderful addition to your child’s education. It helps increase your child’s ability to focus, makes good use of their time, and encourages creativity and imagination. It is also a great way to incorporate character training into their lessons. Audio learning itself can add a lot of value to your child’s education, but there are ways ...

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Create Your Own Ancient Roman Coins

Ancient Roman coins were made of gold, silver, bronze, and copper, as well as a metal known as orichalcum. The faces of Roman currency featured likenesses of emperors as well as symbols and famous monuments. The coins were used to purchase all manner of goods and services across the Roman Empire. With just a few simple and inexpensive craft materials, ...

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How Parents Can Use In Freedom’s Cause For Worldview Training

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Introduction Worldview training is a difficult undertaking for a parent. There is a lot of noise in our world that fights for a place in our children’s hearts. Each day, information and false truths from a multitude of places bombard our children. This is why we, as parents, must be ever vigilant in the worldview training of our children. We ...

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How Stonewall Jackson Got His Name

Stonewall Jackson

This month marks 157 years since the First Battle of Bull Run. The United States has come a long way since then. However, it still bears the scars left behind by the Civil War. Today, most see the Confederate Army and key figures such as Stonewall Jackson as nothing but symbols of slavery. Nonetheless, there’s another side to the story. ...

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The Importance Of Audio Learning For Dyslexic Kids

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It is difficult, as a parent, to watch your child struggle as you stand aside not knowing how to help. Many parents know that their child is smart, as smart as their peers, yet their child repeatedly falls behind. Finding out why your child is struggling in school is key to helping them reach their full potential. For many parents, ...

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How Parents Can Use The Cat Of Bubastes For Worldview Training

Who is G.A. Henty? GA Henty was a prolific writer of the 1800’s. People remember him for his family-friendly historical stories of great excitement. Initially, the Cat of Bubastes, first published in 1889 intended as a fun children’s story. It teaches of a young prince who becomes a slave when the Egyptians conquer his people. We can all remember other ...

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