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I shared this on Facebook with all my Mom friends!
 

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Great blog! I have happily subscribed. As a parent of a little on about to be two, I would love to see more posts on integrating a good rhythm in preparation for starting a homeschooling next year. I'd like to start early getting us all into a pattern for our days that will make integrating a curriculum a natural transition. Thanks!! 

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Subscribed

 

I would like to see posts about:

1. Homeschooling as a supplement in the evenings and on weekends for Full Time working parents

 

and

 

2. Socializing homeschooled children

post #284 of 377

Wow, what a timely post. I've been going back and forth on homeschooling with my heart really pulling me in that direction. 

 

Loved the posts on cursive and boredom!

 

Would like to see articles on:

 

-Extended travel and schooling

-Making the transition to homeschooling

-Strategies and dialogs for enlightened discussions when your relatives are against your homeschooling

-Blending structure and child-led learning

-How to form social groups with other homeschoolers and when and how to pull the plug on groups

 

 

Thank you so much for this opportunity!

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Shared on fb and responded to 2 blog posts.

 

I would like to see some articles on sibling rivalry

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I would like to see blogs about how to juggle time for mothering our kids with nurturing ourselves - mama self help smile.gif
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I also shared on Facebook and subscribed to oak meadow blog smile.gif
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Hi,

 

I have shared the link on FB and posted two comments on your blog.

 

I am the homeschooling AP parent to 4 and I would love to see articles about homelife and homeschooling large families. What accommodations do most people make. Some days it seems like I need a mother's helper in order to be able to spend time with the older 2.

 

 

Thanks for this opportunity,

post #289 of 377

The article on teaching cursive was great!

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I'd like to see a post about how to go back to basics once a child has already had exposure to school.

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Shared on FB.

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These give-aways are generous and tempting! I subscribed, thank you.
 

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Mothering, thank you so much for introducing me to this curriculum for homeschooling. I loved all the blog articles. My son is three and I'm already feeling pressure to put him into school by family and friends. I feel more comfortable with my rebuttals to their concerns by reading the blogs. I would like to see an article on ideas on how to keep my kid socializing with other children so that he can learn to cooperate with other, listen to other ideas, learn from others, be compassionate, tolerant and understanding of others who are not his siblings. Thank you
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Happily shared it in Facebook!
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Would love to see a post focused on preschoolers!

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I'd love to see posts about homeschooling in conjunction with public schooling - 'afterschooling' of sorts. :)

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I enjoyed the post on when to teach cursive, and would like to see some posts on homeschool planning tips!

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Shared!

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I am so excited to learn that Oak Meadow has a Blog!....Wonderful! I would love to see a post about gracefully responding to homeschooling sceptics..specifically regarding the issue of Socialization...I would love suggestions and resource ideas for finding ways to create social opportunities for rural homeschooling family's..cheers
 

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