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I would love to see the topic environmental stewardship and homeschooling
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Shared on fb too!
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I would like to see a blog on African American families homeschooling/free schooling and incorporating world cultural studies into home lessons.

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And posts on homeschooling from birth. We need inspiration on teaching young children all they can actually learn.

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I'd like to read about engaging stubborn & resistant children.
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I've shared on Facebook.
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I'd love info on prepping for state mandated tests without turning learning into a miserable memorize-and-forget hamster wheel.
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Shared on fbook.
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I loved the idea of doing a family read-aloud. I would be interested in other ideas for learning activities that can be done as a group with children from 1st grade through high school, in a variety of subjects.

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I would like to see a blog post about sample day from different families
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I would like to see a blog post about sample day from different families
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Subscribed.  Would hope to see more on hands on learning for delayed learners.

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Shared on FB.  

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I would be very interested in homeschooling children who grow up with multiple languages and how that plays into their learning. 

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Shared on FB. 

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Subscribed. smile.gif i'd also like a post with tips for juggling homeschooling and a baby
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Just subscribed to Oak Meadow blog...

 

I have a young preschool aged child -- I would love to see a future blog dedicated to very young learners & to the balance between being an educator/learning guide of a child & also his/her parent.

 

C

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Shared on Facebook too!

 

C

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I would like to see one on how to begin homeschooling with organization/lesson plan tips. I am just getting started this year and feel a little overwhelmed!
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I subscribed to the blog - I liked the college-oriented articles, as well as toddler...the handwriting blog reminded me of my leftie- so maybe more about being "unconventional" would be nice! Gifted kids, another good topic.

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