The Alliance in March: Brain Breaks
Ever wonder how a bottle of bubbles could rescue a day of rambunctious antics from your kids?
Keep reading! I’m telling you—
If you are not yet a member of The Homeschool Alliance, you don’t want to miss this month! I would have given my eye teeth and a couple of cute tea cups to have this information when I was raising my son with ADHD. I couldn’t be more pumped about March’s theme in the Alliance.
I’ve invited Josh MacNeill of Neurologic Initiative to help us understand how to increase the attention span in our children through his unique exercises that give our children’s brains “breaks.” He helps victims of trauma, kids who have explosive disorders, and garden variety squirrely bunchkins who just need a little break to re-enter learning with focused attention. He’s knowledgeable, passionate, and his ideas are so much fun (I’ve been using them on myself!).
The Alliance is hosting a webinar with Josh on March 8 at 6:00 PM EST. If you’re a member of the Alliance, you’ll automatically be able to join us. We’ll also post the replay if you can’t make it live. You’ll leave the session armed with easy-to-implement ideas.
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If you aren’t a member yet, join us! During our webinar times, you may submit questions about your family. Josh will tackle any and all challenges: from learning disabilities, to kids who are defiant and angry, to what to do with toddlers, middlers, and teens.
You can also pick up a copy of Josh’s book, 101 Brain Breaks & Educational Activities, here on Amazon.
Hope to see you there!