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post #21 of 377

I would like to see an article on preparing kids for tests that may be required by some states, while still being focused on child led learning.

post #22 of 377

Shared on Facebook!

post #23 of 377

i just subscribed! i am very interested in child led learning, socializing and networking while homeschooling and practical ideas and suggestions for time management and scheduling!
 

post #24 of 377

Hi I'd love to see a post about how not to get overwhelmed when just starting out. Our daughter is 4.5 and I'm already freaking out! lol thanks. 

post #25 of 377

shared

post #26 of 377

Love this! I think I may have finally found a curriculum / school that fits our family. My boys are only 2 years apart. I would like to see an article about how to best juggle teaching them both at different levels.

post #27 of 377

Looks like a nice blog! I'd like to see a post about juggling homeschooling an older kid while caring for multiple younger ones- incorporating them in to the homeschool routine.

post #28 of 377

Subscribed. I would love to see a post about homeschooling multiple children.

post #29 of 377

I enjoyed the "Bored" article- and I would like to see more articles about home-schooling an only child.   It can be a bit of a challenge keeping up with play groups, and visiting friends - I would like to learn more about how other parents of "onlys" do it, what the effects have been and how to keep it fun and social.  

post #30 of 377

Shared on Facebook! <3

post #31 of 377

I would love to see an article about balancing home school with Oak Meadow while working outside the home or an article about other family members serving as primary educator like grandparents for example.

post #32 of 377

shared :)

post #33 of 377

Just shared it on Facebook too!
 

post #34 of 377
Subscribed! I would like to see something about how to keep urban children in touch with the natural world.
post #35 of 377

I would like to see a post regarding finding and maintaining rhythm. We've had a difficult time keeping our rhythm.:(

post #36 of 377

Signed up and looking around the blog. My issues have been teaching multiple levels with a younger child in tow and how to still have time for yourself as a person outside of homeschooling. THanks,

Amanda 

post #37 of 377

Also shared on facebook...good luck everyone!

post #38 of 377

Loved the articles. Would love to see more information emphasizing writing for middle school and high school students.

post #39 of 377
Id love more about field trips, educational vacations, and how to prepare my toddler for homeschool.
post #40 of 377
I joined Oak Meadow for the contest and read a couple if blog posts.
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