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Posted 3/22/22

Parenting Tips: How to Raise Kids
Who Love Learning


As a parent, you can help your children develop their skills and talents by supporting their academic work and encouraging them to continue learning in their own free time. Parents play a crucial role in creating a positive environment in which their children can grow and thrive, so the activities and behaviors you foster at home will set your children up for success in school and beyond. If you’re looking for ways to make learning fun for your kids, check out the following resources from the Eagle Home School Co-op!


Home Science Experiments

For younger kids, home science experiments can be a fun and exciting way to learn how the world works.


How to Nurture Your Child's Interest in the Natural World

Science Experiments for Kids: Making Learning Fun

Homeschool Lessons and Activities to Engage Children

Practicing Math at Home

Math is everywhere. Find ways to apply mathematical concepts to real-life scenarios both in the home and out in the world.


Everyday Math Activities Kids Can Do at Home

Do's, Don'ts for Parents to Help Teens Build Math Interest and Success

If This Is Something You’re Good At and Can Specialize In, Earn a Degree to Teach for a Living

Supporting Soft Skills

Don’t limit learning to math and science. Teaching your kids soft skills like problem-solving and critical thinking will help them thrive in adulthood.


How to Help Your Child Develop Critical Thinking Skills

How to Help Kids Learn to Fail


Balance Screen Time

Screen time can interfere with academic success; however, when used properly, it can enhance learning through gaming.


How Video Games Are Changing Education

10 Fun Online Educational Games

Supply Durable Headphones to Encourage Focus with Educational


Raising a successful child is all about nurturing their strengths and giving them the tools that they need to thrive in an academic setting. This means supporting learning at home, encouraging the development of key soft skills, and limiting unhealthy behaviors. While it’s important to give your children freedom to explore their own interests, a little guidance can go a long way to raise kids who love to learn.