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31 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

What’s Cookin’? Calvert’s Chili Cook-Off!

The folks here at Calvert had a wonderful time at our recent Chili Cook-Off!   We got a chance to spend some time with our co-workers and taste some yummy chili.  What a great way to spend a fall afternoon!  Everyone wins too…because our winner shared her recipe with us!   Gisselle’s Award-Winning Chili Recipe […]

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16 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Special Needs Homeschooling: Signs of Dyslexia

Is your child struggling to read, spell, or write? Is he or she having trouble with math as well? Such struggles could be early indicators that your child is suffering from dyslexia, one of the most common learning disorders in children. Although this learning disability is often misunderstood- kids are perceived as ‘lazy’ or ‘slow’-research […]

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15 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Language Tools for Working With Dyslexic Children

Everyone learns differently. What works for one child may not produce the same results for the next. There are, however, several language tools and techniques that parents can try at home when working with their dyslexic children, whether they are homeschooling full-time or just working with them after school. Most of them can be used […]

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13 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Mysti Rolenc – Author – Calvert Homeschooler

Calvert Education boasts the successes of all of our students.  We are proud to have such a rich history and proud tradition and look forward to showcasing the accomplishments of our students, current and former.  To that end, we’d like to introduce you to Mysti Rolenc, author of the Kaitty Lorenz series.  Ms. Rolenc has authored […]

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09 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Dyslexia Homeschool Curriculum: The Benefits to Teaching Your Child at Home

Imagine a child struggling to read aloud, sitting in a classroom with other children. As if his nervousness were not enough, the snickering in the background only increases his anxiety and frustration. Unable to continue, the child gazes up at the teacher with tear-filled eyes as if to say, “Please, no more.” The teacher finally […]

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