Month: January 2011

Don’t be a “Homeschool Dropout”!

If you are feeling overwhelmed with the thought of homeschooling high school or if you are starting to doubt your ability to teach it, you are not alone. Certainly, teachers deserve our kudos and respect but sometimes –… Read More

Spanish with the Webmom

Have you ever wanted to learn Spanish but thought it would be too hard or too boring? Well now you have a chance to learn how to speak, read, write and understand Spanish, Webmom-style! You know that wherever… Read More

Classroom Peace Helpers

Now this is what we think real role models should be like! Watch the Edutopia video below to check out what these Brooklyn kids are doing to help other students at their school. Have fun and stay safe,… Read More

Getting It Just Right

How often do we procrastinate by thinking “I can’t do this right now, it’s not quite right“. Something is missing. Whether we know what that something is or not, we feel that without that something, it won’t be… Read More

Soda Box Kitten


Kids In The Kitchen

With live classes, homework AND working from home, sometimes we don’t have enough time to cook something healthy. Other times, we’re tired or have chores to do and feel stressed out. Our solution is to prepare pack and… Read More

Our Toy Store Is Here

You’ve got to check out our new Toy Store! It’s loaded with awesome toys, games and family-friendly stuff. Oh yeah, we’ve also made a few design tweaks (in case you hadn’t noticed). 😉 Anyway, our Toy Store is… Read More

Balancing Perserverance and Obstinacy

“The difference between perseverance and obstinacy is that one often comes from a strong will, and the other from a strong won’t.” ~ Henry Ward Beecher Sometimes it takes both to succeed in life: the will to go… Read More

Living Our Words

“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.” ~ John F. Kennedy How many times has someone begrudgingly told you “thank you”? You… Read More

Kids and Internet Safety

As parents, we know we should never get lax about our children’s internet safety. Yet, keeping up with changes in technology, netiquette and the ever-evolving scams can sometimes be overwhelming. The video below is from The Federal Trade… Read More