Christian School Loveland

Developing Trust With Your Teen

Nearly every parent can agree, it can be difficult to connect with your teenager. As they go through the transitions that take place in adolescence, changes in their mood, less communication, and overall preferences to be around friend groups, will likely be some of the identifiable traits that take place. Throughout this transition, it’s important…

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Helping Your Student Study

Whether you have a child in elementary, middle, or high school, you’re familiar with the homework, test prep, and necessity for time management in the midst of other responsibilities. The older your child gets, the likelier they are to be more of a recluse when it comes to studying. Regardless of the stage of life…

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Getting Your Kids To Read Nonfiction

It can be quite a struggle to get our kids reading different genres. As our Christian school talked about in a previous blog, nonfiction is extremely important to know how to read and understand. But because of its jargon, technical text, and lack of dialogue, many kids tend to shy away from nonfiction. If you’ve…

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How to Navigate the World of Teenage Dating

If your instinct to the idea of your teenager dating is to forbid it and pretend that they’re going to be young forever, you’re not alone. Most parents want to protect their children as much as they can, and aren’t ready for the idea of their babies getting into relationships. Especially when it comes to…

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Educational Activities Over Holiday Break

The first week of the holidays, your family is likely rushing around trying to get everything set for Christmas. You’re cooking all the foods, meeting up with all the family, wrapping all the presents, and come Christmas Day, you just want to relax. After the blur that is the Christmas season, however, you want your…

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Reinforcing Important Values During The Summer Months

If you have your child enrolled at our Christian school in Loveland, you get to enjoy the benefit of having important values reinforced daily in the classroom in your child’s life. Values — such as honesty, kindness, compassion, humility, and more — are all a major component of their day-to-day studies. When school lets out…

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How to Help Your Child Deal With Bullying

When we picture our children going to school, we like to imagine them walking down the halls, talking to their friends, joking around with their teammates, and being respectful to teachers and other school faculty. We picture a supportive, caring community that helps your children thrive and feel accepted. Unfortunately, this is not always the…

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Helping Build Character in Kids

There is a quote from John Wooden that says, “The true test of a man’s character is what he does when no one is watching.” Our character is who we are mentally and morally, it is how we act in different situations, the traits we carry with us throughout our lives, and something that can…

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Helping Your Teen Build Better Relationships

As our children grow older, they face many difficulties. They have to figure out who they are, what their purpose is, and work hard to not fall for peer pressure. In our current society, being a teenager is hard. They are exposed to a lot through media and peers and are expected to stay true…

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Easy Ways To Give Back To The Community

Winter and the holidays are a time when a lot more volunteering opportunities are available. Many people tend to volunteer more during the holidays, perhaps because they feel like giving back to the community, or maybe it is because the holiday spirit brings out the best in people. Whatever it is, the holidays are a…

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