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I was glad to hear that you found last week’s episode on conflict resolution skills helpful. If you haven’t listened to part one of this topic, I suggest you listen to it first. We covered the B in the acronym BLT for breathe. Don’t worry! That will make sense to you when you listen to the episode.
Before we dive into the meaning of the L and the T in the acronym, I want to invite you to become a part of HomeschoolScopes. You’ve heard me mention our Facebook group at HomeschoolScopes.TV. The members there have dubbed themselves “no drama homeschool mamas.” Time after time, this group of women has noted the lack of drama in our group and they are thankful for it. But we now have two more ways for you to interact with our community. The first is a Facebook page. You can find our Facebook page at Facebook.com/homeschoolscopes. You can also find us on Instagram.com at homeschoolscopes. Members of the group will be sharing information and inspiration from their homeschools on these social media platforms. We would love to have you like and follow us.
Teaching Tip of the Week
The teaching tip of the week is to have your education shipped to you. There is something exciting for kids, perhaps even especially so in this digital age, about getting mail. There are a number of kits that can enhance your child’s education. Raddish is definitely one of those. Every month a different cooking kit arrives on your doorstep. If you would like to get an inside look at what a Raddish kit looks like and potentially win a kit, join me on Facebook on Tuesday, September 19th at 4E/3C/2M/1P.
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I know I haven’t equipped you to resolve every conflict your kids will have, but I hope I have started you on the journey. Keep learning and keep teaching.
Which of these approaches will you teach first? Let me know in the comments.