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post #21 of 25
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Originally Posted by newmamalizzy View Post

  Thanks for the eye-opener, SweetSilver.

You're welcome!  

 

Some people with no intention of homeschooling/ unschooling suddenly are open to the possibility as kindergarten (or "curriculum time" for HSers) draws near and realize their amazingly curious child might benefit from continuing on in the way they have lived for years.  "As long as possible" just keeps going!

post #22 of 25
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Originally Posted by SweetSilver View Post

Some people with no intention of homeschooling/ unschooling suddenly are open to the possibility as kindergarten (or "curriculum time" for HSers) draws near and realize their amazingly curious child might benefit from continuing on in the way they have lived for years.  "As long as possible" just keeps going!

 

This is more or less how our journey has unfolded so far and we will keep on going for as long as possible :)  

post #23 of 25

That was us, too!  Glad to hear there are others :)  We were all ready to do the kindergarten thing and it just seemed so off, since the boy was already learning so well by his own methods!  Nearly 13yo now and haven't looked back!
 

post #24 of 25
Keep going and one day find yourself figuring out how you are going to handle graduation.
post #25 of 25
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Originally Posted by jpcoffee View Post

Hi, sorry for not reposting sooner also sorry for the confusion. OK I mean teaching although to me it is the same.

 

I did not go down the unschooling route by plan, it just I was working abroad at the time my daughter should be starting school. To date I have not done any type of teaching,  or whatever you wish to call it and at seven she still can not read for example.  She has shown no interest in wanting to and I am fine for her not to.

 

This happened to me... long story short: I was fine smile.gif

 

I started formal school when I was about 10, I'm not sure if I could read very well, I vaguely remember that I didn't, but I remember comments that I caught up really quickly. All through school I had above average grades.

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