Let Eclectic Hair Studio in Latham Cut Away All Your Hair Anxiety!

Claire Harris of Eclectic Hair Studio Latham cut away my hair anxiety. She's right in Latham, NY!

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In the past I had gone to the local hair salon to get a haircut, which meant to get my hair cut shorter. When my daughter’s wedding was approaching, I wanted to get my hair styled by an expert. I am happy to say that I located Claire Harris of Eclectic Hair Studio and she has cut away all of my hair anxiety!

Eclectic Hair Studio is located in Latham, New York. Large front windows allow for natural light to cascade into the main studio room. Claire Harris, owner of Eclectic Hair Studio warmly greets me by name, “Hi, Elizabeth! How are you doing?” giving me a hug. Continue reading “Let Eclectic Hair Studio in Latham Cut Away All Your Hair Anxiety!”

Obedience is More Than An Action!

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Teaching Obedience

If you have young children, you know that those early years are filled with explanations, rules to keep them safe, rules to keep you sane and lots of correction. How many times have you answered the “Why?” question today?

To help you teach obedience, use this whole child method to teach obedience for better results.

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Homeschool Grading: Don’t spend too much time grading your kids’ papers!

Don’t spend too much time grading your kids papers! Honestly, I can hardly believe I’m writing this but it is true. If you are trying to get your 6th grader to write a perfect essay and so you correct every.single.thing. that you can find, re-write all the sentences, and re-arrange the content YOU ARE DOING TOO MUCH.
 
The curriculum we use (BJU Press Homeschool) comes with rubriks* to help us grade each writing assignment. There are points for content (Did the students get the point across in the essay? Did the ideas have logical progression?) and points for technical skills (Capitalization and punctuation, etc.) Those 2 scores are combined and a grade is assigned. This way both the student and the teacher know what is expected!
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