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post #341 of 377

I would like to see topics for homeschool beginners, field trips suggestions and finding other homeschooling families.  

post #342 of 377

I just shared your awesome ink about how homeschoolers measure up.  Very interesting and so many more reasons to homeschool.
 

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I shared this post on FB.

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also would love to hear ideas on homeschooling with a low income family and how to join forces with other homeschooling families! thank you!
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Shared on facebook
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I'd like to see more on rhythm, and even smaller kids! (1-3) I have a 1 year old, 4 and 8.
post #347 of 377
I am subscribed to the blog. All summer have enjoyed the summer reading series. Also the one on preventing and dealing with boredom.
post #348 of 377

Just subscribed to their blog. I would love to see more posts about child lead learning and how to stay organized as a home-schooler :)

post #349 of 377

I also just shared this on Facebook :) Thanks for the opportunity to win! As a single mother on a very tight budget I really appreciate the chance :)

post #350 of 377

I would love to see some tips for helping when a child is resistant. I just started homeschooling and my kid is pretty disagreeable to anything I try at this point!

post #351 of 377

Shared on facebook.

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Subscribed. Would love articles on child led learning with multiple ages, learning styles and interests. Also, articles on learning in nature and learning while doing every day tasks.

post #353 of 377

Shared  on my timeline.  Hope we win!  We are starting Oak meadows this year and LOVING it!

post #354 of 377

I would like to see more about balancing the activities in the curriculum for several different age levels at once. Things that easily overlap and things that shouldn't be combined and why.

post #355 of 377

Lovely blog. I'd enjoy reading about homeschooling opportunities with Pre-K through First Graders. Also, learning from nature posts and ways to incorporate classic literature into the homeschooling experience would be fun. Thanks for the opportunity!

post #356 of 377

Shared on Facebook with all of my homeschooling friends!

post #357 of 377

I'd love to see some blog posts about homeschooling multiple ages - specifically, how to engage with three small children who all need individualized attention to succeed!

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Shared on facebook!

post #359 of 377

would love to see more arts integration!  thanks!

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I would appreciate specific tips on how to be sincerely positive with my daughter's accomplishments even though I think she should be able to do more or better.  I don't know how much I should praise her for whatever work she does.  I want to be sincere in my praise but don't want to undermine or overpraise her for it either.  I know there is a balance but not sure how to reach that.  I also shared with facebook!

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