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I'd love more info on newbies, just starting out. How to get started, how to choose curriculum, how to keep a baby in the house entertained while teaching older siblings.

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I would like to see posts about pre homeschool... early education and gmo free food.
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I would love to see an article on homeschooling children of various ages and managing our day to day schedule. Thank you!

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I have shared it with my Facebook friends!  I would love to read about special needs and homeshooling.

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Wonderful blog and very timely for us!  We just purchased some materials from Oak Meadow for the upcoming school year and  I hope to continue with their curriculum for next year.  Thanks!

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I would like posts about homeschooling a child with dyslexia
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I just read "Finding the Right Fit: Part I" and find that I'm drawn to the unschooling approach as well as the "roamschooling" approach. I'd love to read more in-depth information on both methods and how they have worked for different families. 

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I would like to see a blog entry about morning rhythms and circle time- inclusive of little ones!
 

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My son is so turned on by science!  I'd love to hear more about experiments I can do at home at each level of learning and also how I can use his love of science to promote other areas of learning

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Balancing the needs of school-aged children with toddlers/babies.  Keeping up with the house.

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I'd like to see an article on getting started with homeschooling with elementary age children. I think my rising third grader would do better at home but am overwhelmed at the idea of homeschooling.
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I'd love to see a post on starting a homeschool meetup group locally & weekly, ideas for a routine & what to do at the meetup.  We live in rural Vermont and I'm getting started on homeschooling and really need a support system.  Don't want me or my son to feel isolated.

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I love the ideas within the boredom article, and I would love to see more written on burnout for mothers and how to balance that out with giving and being able to have your own space. Thanks
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I would love to hear from students that have been schooled with Oak Meadow.
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Hi there Oak Meadow!

 

I'd like to see more articles specific to grade-level.  Perhaps you could do a whole series of posts - each with all the best things about that grade!

 

Thanks,

 

Christina

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