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I'd like to see lots of content on schooling multiple ages at once - my greatest obstacle. Thanks!

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I'd like to see how to balance lessons for children of different ages please!
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Shared on Facebook!

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I would love to read more about what different families do with their children in the way of outdoor activities at home. Also, different experiences mothers have when homeschooling and tips they have for overcoming problems.

 

Thanks!

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shared!

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I subscribed to the blog.  I would love to see posts about how to homeschool a child who has a different personality than yours (extrovert vs. introvert, etc.).  My son is an extrovert who loves to be around me (or anyone) 100 % of the time.  He does not enjoy creative play alone.  I need space, as I am the complete opposite.  I feel completely drained and am not nice after a day that I am fully engaged with him.  I love teaching, and he loves learning, but I can't fully function this way. 

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I'd like to see a blog series about homeschooling children with special needs (ASD, ADHD, developmental delays, sensory processing disorder, etc.)  Thanks!

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Shared the blog on FB!  :)

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I would love to see a post about the different learning styles and how they match up to what is offered for homeschooling.

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Subscribed!  I would love to read more about incorporating all subjects into interest-led learning for early elementary students!

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i would love to see a piece or two on organization- or lack thereof- for homeschooling! that's been a big thing to tackle for us. i just don't know what it should look like, or what it needs to look like?

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I would love to see an article on homeschooling an only child and motivating when the child doesn't want to do the work.

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shared on FB

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This is a great blog! I'd love to see posts about getting started in homeschooling, the early years. Also how to homeschool with little ones in the mix too. Thanks!

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Also shared the blog on facebook too.

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Awesome! Love this curriculum and wish I had found it sooner! I would live to see something about how to keep younger children occupied and engaged while dealing with older children.
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Maybe ideas for preschoolers! smile.gif Thanks.

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I would love to see some ideas for easy-to-understand and easy-to-do science projects and experiments.

 

Please enter me in the contest. I subscribed to the blog.

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I have four boys that I homeschool. I would love to see a blog post on multiple children and how to flow with it all especially boys! Their energy is different...especially when they are all boys. I find myself taking deep breaths through the noise, physicality, just trying to get them to stillness is really hard. And we have used waldorf method from the get go, do no media, tons of rhythym to our days, but still, it is overwhelming often. There has got to be an easier way then trying to do all of them with their separate grades, stories, handwork, etc. I'm constantly googling to find mamas using waldorfy methods with multiple boys and find nothing! Just a couple negative blog posts about Waldorf not being for boys! Lets get something positive out there regarding homeschooling them instead! Can't wait to read more...your blog is great so far!
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