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Physical Education in the Winter

It’s easy for my kids to stay active in the summer. They swim, bike, run, and play outside, and there’s rarely a shortage of things to do. During the winter, though, it’s a little harder to get them motivated and moving. If you want to add physical education to your child’s schooldays this season, here are some things you could try: Join a Team

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Finding Classes for Homeschoolers

Our area has several homeschool email loops for announcements and opportunities. As the school year begins, I’ve seen a lot of posts for classes in art, music, sports, and other extracurricular activities, as well as classes in core subject areas that might be harder to teach at home, such as upper-level math classes and science courses with labs. If you are looking for outside

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Homeschool – Physical Education

We know it’s important for our children to get enough exercise, but how do we work physical education into our homeschooling day? Even though you may not have a daily class time for P.E., there are other ways to fit it into your child’s schedule. Check with your local YMCA to see if they have homeschool classes available. Our YMCA offers exercise classes once

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