Helping a Child with Low Frustration Tolerance
Feb21

Helping a Child with Low Frustration Tolerance

Does your child seem to get frustrated easily? Do you wonder if you’re handling it well? If so, this episode is for you! I’ll explain what low frustration tolerance is and six tips for teaching your child to manage it. LISTEN NOW Want to read this article in a blog post? READ HERE or SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES or ON STITCHER LINKS Get your 30-Day Organizing Challenge Get Organized Here! Canva.com OrganizedHS.com What provokes...

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The Top Question Homeschoolers Ask Me & My Answer
Feb07

The Top Question Homeschoolers Ask Me & My Answer

I’m a veteran homeschooler and a psychologist. I’m often asked questions. I’ve been surprised by the top question homeschoolers ask me and you may be too. I wish every homeschool parent would listen to this episode. My answer to the question is vital to the health of your homeschool. LISTEN HERE   Want to read this article in a blog post? READ HERE or SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES or ON STITCHER LINKS Grammar Galaxy...

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How to Teach Kids to Declutter
Jan26

How to Teach Kids to Declutter

Hey Homeschoolers! Today’s topic isn’t a lesson kids can learn in a traditional school, but it’s an important life lesson for homeschoolers. Just watch one episode of Hoarders for motivation. But before we jump in, I would love to invite you to join me on Periscope. Every Tuesday afternoon at 1:00 p.m. Central, I record the podcast live on Periscope under the handle Psychowith6. I get to chat with many of my friends...

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How to Train Children to Do Chores Consistently
Nov11

How to Train Children to Do Chores Consistently

I asked my Homeschool Sanity friends on Facebook about their challenges with kids and getting them to do chores consistently was mentioned frequently. It just so happens that I have the same issue. I share tips in this episode of The Homeschool Sanity Show. Listen HERE or on iTunes. Teaching Tip of the Week Amy Milcic of Busy Boys Brigade shares 54 brain break activities and an inexpensive, easy way to store them. Organized Homeschool...

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Help for Anxious Homeschoolers
Nov03

Help for Anxious Homeschoolers

  Click the graphic above or HERE to listen to the podcast. You can also listen on iTunes. This week we will talk about how to help your anxious child or how to help yourself with anxiety. Staying out of the stressful school system can help anxiety, but for many kids, symptoms continue. I’m excited to share with you some helpful ideas, but first I’d like to invite you to subscribe to Psychowith6.   Teaching Tip...

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What to Teach Your Child About Obesity
Oct13

What to Teach Your Child About Obesity

We have heard the statistics, but I think our children need to know them too. 17% of children are obese, meaning that their body mass index (based on height and weight) is at or above the 95th percentile for their age and gender. While that statistic is a concern, what is more alarming is that over a third of adults are obese. Obesity, as we know, contributes to shorter lifespans and a decreased quality of life. As homeschoolers, we...

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