Category Archives: Education and Learning

7 Awesome Educational Websites for Kids

The internet is booming with online learning opportunities for young people.  Below are 7 websites that I have had a positive experience with. 1. PBS KIDS Play PBS Kids Play advertises itself as a “School Readiness” program that offers online learning games for children in Preschool through First Grade.  Multiple subjects are explored, from math,…

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Angele is a wife to a wonderful creative husband, mother to two beautiful intelligent daughters and lover of art, education and laughter. She is the creator and author of ABC remix

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Black Teens Accepted to Multiple Ivy Leagues, Part 2

As we enter graduation season, there are many stories being reported of exceptionally bright teens. Of course, there are many incredible and talented students who aren’t the subject of news stories, but it is nice to read the ones that are. This is my second post chronicling black teens who have been accepted to multiple…

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Leila is the founding editor of Baby and Blog. She splits her time between editing hair and culture site, Black Girl with Long Hair, whipping up butters at BGLH Marketplace, and writing here. She adores her husband and two kids, her parents and her friends. But she hates Chicago weather although she is slowly coming to peace with it...

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8 Fun Ways to Teach Your Child Sight Words

Some have said that English is one of the most difficult languages to learn because so many words do not follow a simple phonetic pattern. It is true that many words do not follow any pattern at all and we learn to read them by simply memorizing the whole word.  Sight words, sometimes called high frequency…

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About Angele

Angele is a wife to a wonderful creative husband, mother to two beautiful intelligent daughters and lover of art, education and laughter. She is the creator and author of ABC remix

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3 Black Teens Accepted to Multiple Ivy League Universities *Updated With a 4th

They all come from different backgrounds, but these 3 teens hold the distinction of being accepted to multiple Ivy League universities. The news has mostly covered Kwasi Enin, the 17-year-old Long Island public school student and first generation Ghanaian-American who was accepted to all 8 Ivy League universities. Kwasi attends the William Floyd High School…

Leila

About Leila

Leila is the founding editor of Baby and Blog. She splits her time between editing hair and culture site, Black Girl with Long Hair, whipping up butters at BGLH Marketplace, and writing here. She adores her husband and two kids, her parents and her friends. But she hates Chicago weather although she is slowly coming to peace with it...

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How and Why I Homeschooled My Black Sons to the Ivy Leagues

Recently Darcel wrote an awesome post called 7 black homeschool bloggers you should know. The post went viral as moms found it and added their names to the list. Among those who commented is Paula Penn-Nabrit, a consultant, lawyer and Wellesley college graduate who homeschooled two of her three sons to the Ivy Leagues and…

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About Leila

Leila is the founding editor of Baby and Blog. She splits her time between editing hair and culture site, Black Girl with Long Hair, whipping up butters at BGLH Marketplace, and writing here. She adores her husband and two kids, her parents and her friends. But she hates Chicago weather although she is slowly coming to peace with it...

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7 Black HomeSchool Bloggers You Should Know

Homeschooling has always been thought of as a ‘white-privilege-thing’ Maybe because people think you need a lot of money to homeschool, or you need to live in the best part of town. Not true. One of the beautiful things about homeschooling is that you can tailor it to suit your families needs, whatever they may…

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About Darcel

Darcel is a single Mama to Three. She writes about her Motherhood journey, their Unschooling lifestyle, and raising a child with Autism at The Mahogany Way. You can follow along with her behind the scenes at MahoganyWayMama on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

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