One Dad’s Perspective In Homeschooling His ADHD Daughter During COVID

One Dad’s Perspective In Homeschooling His ADHD Daughter During COVID

By Guest Blogger Juan Santos M.S., CRC, LCMHC As a parent, watching my kids grow and learn during COVID, I can tell you that I am amazed and proud to see how they are navigating such difficult waters. Parenting and homeschooling a child with ADHD is a ball game of its...
Homeschooling 101

Homeschooling 101

By TMoM Team Member Laura Simon I just want to start with this: I see you. Maybe you’ve always wanted to homeschool. Maybe this is your worst nightmare. Maybe you’re a SAHM mom and you’re throwing everything you have into making sure your kids keep learning. Maybe...
Welcome to Homeschooling, Moms

Welcome to Homeschooling, Moms

By TMoM Team Member Laura Simon I’m sorry you had to meet it this way. And right up front, I want to let you know that this isn’t how normal homeschooling looks. For kids whose “socialization” is questioned by every well-meaning elderly woman in the grocery...
Why Homeschooling Parents Need a Break

Why Homeschooling Parents Need a Break

By Laura Simon February. It’s the month that made me question all my life choices when I was teaching other people’s children, and it’s no different now that I’m homeschooling my own kids. It’s the month where the newness of the school year is long worn off, the...
Can My Homeschooler Go To College?

Can My Homeschooler Go To College?

By Guest Blogger Laura Simon “But what will you do when they want to go to college? I hear this all the time when strangers – and sometimes, friends – find out I am homeschooling my kids. It’s the second thing they ask – right after the inevitable question about...
Back-to-School for the Homeschool Mom

Back-to-School for the Homeschool Mom

By Guest Blogger Laura Simon I’m no stranger to this back-to-school thing.  Just last year, I was preparing for my fourteenth year as a classroom teacher while frantically racing through Target with my kindergarten son’s insanely detailed supply list.  Is there really...
The Benefits of Homeschooling

The Benefits of Homeschooling

By Guest Blogger Ellen Dockham When people find out I homeschool my two kids, ages 9 and 12, I get a variety of reactions, many of which can be summed up in the comment, “I could NEVER do that.” Occasionally, though, someone will say they admire homeschooling and...
Triad Area Preschools

Triad Area Preschools

Updated by Katie Moosbrugger This directory is sponsored by Starmount Preschool. Starmount has been serving the Greensboro community for over 50 years, providing a nurturing environment for growth and development of the whole child, ages 6 months to 5 years. At...
Volunteering & Giving in the Triad

Volunteering & Giving in the Triad

Updated by Katie Moosbrugger Although many organizations are changing their volunteer opportunities due to Covid, there are still plenty of ways to get involved in the community and give your time and support to those who need it. Over the past couple of years,...
Fall 2020: Virtual and In-Studio Programs at LBC

Fall 2020: Virtual and In-Studio Programs at LBC

  Little Blank Canvas 3735 Admiral Dr. Suite 105 High Point NC 27265 336-887-6133 www.LittleBlankCanvas.com After running several weeks of Camps this Summer without any incidents, Little Blank Canvas Studio is starting the School Year with a comprehensive...
Local Programs & Updates for All Ages

Local Programs & Updates for All Ages

By TMoM Team Member Katie Moosbrugger In today’s Sunday Spotlight: ~ Senior Portraits with Yasmin Leonard Photography ~ Smoke City Meats: Your Neighborhood Butcher ~ Programs for Toddlers through Teens at Little Blank Canvas ~ Triad Podcast Network Features...
Triad Area Tutoring Resources

Triad Area Tutoring Resources

Updated by Katie Moosbrugger This directory is sponsored by Sylvan Learning. Sylvan creates confident, independent students by targeting the causes of academic frustrations. Sylvan has become the leading provider of tutoring and school support for students of all...
A Mother’s Days

A Mother’s Days

By Guest Blogger Alyssa Tabacca, author of Driving the Big Van Some days as a mother look like a special occasion: children dressed in matching clothing, flowers and homemade cards. Some days as a mother look like routine: checking items off a to-do list in our...