Category Archives: Homeschool and Parenting

3 Concentration-Enhancing Activities for Kids with ADHD


*Thanks to Joyce from TeacherSpark.org for providing Los Gringos Locos with this guest post on the benefits of concentration-enhancing activities for kids with ADHD. I believe these activities would be great for ADHD adults as well. Enjoy! According to the U.S. Department of Education, there are three necessary components required for students with ADHD to be […]

“He is Upsetting Some of the Customers” – Goodwill and My Crying Child

Goodwill and My Crying Child

Kids cry. Some kids throw a temper tantrum. I know it, you know it, it’s a fact of life. My kids are probably a bit louder than most kids. I say this because I know my kids are hyper, independent, stubborn, and mischievous little monkey’s. They don’t have a mild bone in their bodies, and […]

4 Awesome Benefits of Homeschool Socialization

4 Awesome Benefits of Homeschool Socialization

*This was a sponsored post written in collaboration with FutureSchool and Mobile Vision Marketing. After agreeing to publish this content, FutureSchool and Mobile Vision Marketing denied payment and refused to answer my emails. I would NOT recommend working with either company. I cannot condone their dishonest actions. You can read my full disclosure policy here. […]

An Online Course for K-7, Redbird Mathematics

An Online Course for K-7, Redbird Mathematics

*Disclosure: I received a Redbird Mathematics, an online course for K-7, for free. I am being compensated for my time. My opinions are always honest, and I am not required to post a positive review. Some of us may tend to think that a gifted program is only for little Albert Einsteins. That is not always […]

6 Tips To Help Kids Overcome Their Fear of Dogs


*This is a guest post by Doug from HerePup.com. He is sharing his story of helping his daughters overcome their fear of dogs. Recently my own daughter was bitten by a dog. We still have a love for animals though, and we have our own giant puppy, Rex. Dogs can be great companions and I hope these […]

Do’s and Don’ts for Parents of Children With ADHD


*This is a guest post from Vee Cecil. She is a Kentucky girl, like me! I love her article about ADHD because two of our four children have been diagnosed with this, and I have the disorder too. After reading her post, visit her blog. She is in the process of writing a book! Go Vee! […]