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It is easy to incorporate bits of learning such as math, language, problem solving, and many other subjects into a child’s normal everyday activities. My goal is to share with parents what I’ve learned from both mothering and teaching. Let us together share humor, prioritize when and how to teach things, debate controversies, and solve problems.

"The art of teaching is the
art of assisting discovery." –Mark Van Doren

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How To Win

November 07, 2011

I just checked google analytics and I'm surprised I still have many followers.  To those that check in weekly, I'm sorry I haven't been posting.  As you know from my previous posts, I've moved from NC to Va and started working full time.  It's been a busy transition and things are very slowly winding down. 

My concern has been for my children because 

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Lunch Ideas

October 18, 2011

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Columbus Day

October 10, 2011

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Success

October 03, 2011

Sometimes we set our children up for failure without even realizing it.  Let’s face it, we are our children’s lifelong teachers and it takes patience to teach and train them to be successful productive members of our world.  Here are ten tips for helping your children accomplish any task.

  1.  Make sure your children
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Lesson Plan

September 28, 2011

This is my first time teaching full time since my kids were born.  My worry is that my parenting will suffer now that I am working.   The other day my daughters didn't want to eat their broccoli.  I was so tired I almost just let it go.  Will one day without veggies hurt them?  Maybe not but it will throw off my consistency in making them eat a balanced meal.   Instead of forcing them to eat broccoli, I told them to imagine the broccoli as trees.  My sister chimed in that the kids could pretend

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About Nevine Spicer –

After eight years of teaching full-time, in Aurora, IL and Charlotte, NC, Nevine left her career in order to start her family. She continued to work part-time from home, tutoring students and teaching for six individual families. Educating and parenting her children, Nevine realized that moms are truly teachers in all they do.

Nevine believes that as the primary teachers in their children's lives, parents are in need of support in the educational field. In order to satisfy this need, she created this blog to share her own knowledge with other parent-educators and to grow from readers' responses. Nevine currently lives in Matthews, NC with her husband and two daughters, ages 6 and 7.