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#31 of 41 Old 03-09-2010, 01:48 PM
 
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[QUOTE]1. Do you homeschool? (YES or NO, please... I guess you can answer Other but I can't use your data for my project.)[/qoute]

Yes. My 9yo and 6yo are both homeschooled.

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2. On average, how many hours a week do your kids spend in structured "extracurricular" activities? (You know... sports, lessons, out-of-school classes. I need a number of hours, not a range. You can respond per each child if the answers differ.)
9yo- 5 hours
6yo- 4 hours

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1. Do you homeschool? No. 18yo is in local HS, 16yo is in specialized Magnet HS.


2. On average, how many hours a week do your kids spend in structured "extracurricular" activities?

I averaged as it can vary based on the time of year.

18yo: 10
16yo: 15
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1. Do you homeschool? (YES or NO, please... I guess you can answer Other but I can't use your data for my project.)
Yes

2. On average, how many hours a week do your kids spend in structured "extracurricular" activities? (You know... sports, lessons, out-of-school classes. I need a number of hours, not a range. You can respond per each child if the answers differ.)

3 hrs per week

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1. Do you homeschool? (YES or NO, please... I guess you can answer Other but I can't use your data for my project.)

No.
Child 1: age 5: no
Child 2: age 8: no


2. On average, how many hours a week do your kids spend in structured "extracurricular" activities? (You know... sports, lessons, out-of-school classes. I need a number of hours, not a range. You can respond per each child if the answers differ.)

Child 1 age 5: 2
Child 2 age 8: 4

Would you count Sunday School? If yes, then add 1 hour for each kid.

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yes I homeschool

dd1 spends 1 hr a week at extracurricular class

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I'll answer for DS(DD too young)
He is 7 and attends public school
Currently he is involved with 2 hours of extracurricular activities(soccer practice for 2 hours)

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K, so my survey questions could have been better written, as I can see how people had to kind of work out how to answer them, but y'all answered them anyway, and gave me some data points to use for my project. Thanks again

I'm still collecting data, if anyone else wants to add a response.
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1. NO

2. 2 hours for my 6 and 8 y.o.

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Yes. 1.5

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1. Do you homeschool? (YES or NO, please... I guess you can answer Other but I can't use your data for my project.)
No. Both of my school aged children are in the local charter school.


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2. On average, how many hours a week do your kids spend in structured "extracurricular" activities? (You know... sports, lessons, out-of-school classes. I need a number of hours, not a range. You can respond per each child if the answers differ.)
6 yr old - 2 hours (Dance)
9 yr old - 0 hours currently - though she alternates ice skating and swimming lessons seasonally which are usually 2 hours a week

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1. Do you homeschool? No

2. On average, how many hours a week do your kids spend in structured "extracurricular" activities?
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