Any suggestions on curriculum for her? I was very overwhelmed at first, but have decided to break her education in to bits-- music, art, gym will all be outside activities, so II really just need language arts, math, science. I have an ma in history, and worked in that field before kids, so I'm cool with winging that.
Oh I was just reading that section the other night. I am interested in replies (I have yet to begin homeschooling though )
The book for reference : http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0805431381/ref=wms_ohs_product
My DD is also very social.
The curriculum doesn't matter. There is no curriculum that compensates for need for socialization for others, or that can meet the need for socialization without actually providing socialization, know what I mean?
DD does really well with coops - she likes learning with other children around. The subjects that we do just her and me are always going to be her least favorites. For those, choosing a curriculum that addresses her learning style might help. For instance, DD is very active, and if I adjust our academic activities so that she can do them while swinging or bouncing she will stay happily engaged longer.
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