Tag Archives: Love to Learn

The Difference between Reluctant and Hungry Eaters (and Learners)

Have you ever tried to feed a toddler who doesn't want to eat? You don't get very far. It's a lot of work, and most of the food ends up on the floor. But if that same toddler is hungry? … Continue reading

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If my kids don’t beg for school, can they still love to learn?

You’ve probably heard it: Love to Learn, Love to Teach, Guaranteed. I get great joy from helping families love to learn together. But you may wonder what it actually means to love to learn? What does that look like? Do … Continue reading

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Teach Multiple Sides to Protect the Parent-Child Relationship

Years ago, a friend’s teenage son declared: “When I grow up, I want to go to Saudi Arabia and openly preach the Gospel until I am martyred.” Not exactly the life plans most moms have for their children. What should … Continue reading

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