Hi. I'm starting K homeschooling with DD in the fall, and have a "cirriculum consultation" with someone from the "school" on Tuesday this week (I live in BC where you can do a type of homeschooling called distance learning and get some cirriculum paid for by the govt).
I am wondering what sorts of things you seasoned moms would discuss or ask.
I am currently interested in teaching about a million subjects and don't have an approach nailed down (CM, Classical, Unit Studies and a bunch of other certain things I just like and want to teach the kids (2nd kid is DS who is 3)). I realize that I am just having way too much fun researching and seeing all these cool cirriculum ideas - I suppose like what happens at a HSing convention for a newbie like me.
Deep down I know that 5 is a time to be a kid and not be academically pressured - yet I want to teach 500 subjects a day... (I know that I don't really want to do that)
So, any advice for what to do? What do you wish you'd done or known when you were at my stage in the game? If it changes your advice, my DD is a very sweet, reserved imaginative kid who likes to dance and is a bit of a perfectionist.
I plan on having her dance classes be part of the cirriculum.