“Homeschooling gives us the chance to nurture the special gifts our children have and to share with them the joy of learning.”
Lawrence Williams, Heart of Learning
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I wuld like to see a blog post about theme field trips for little ones. We're working on counting now but animal ones were alot more fun.
Slightly crunchy mama of three, one cs, one ubac, one vbac. Planning a vbac in October. Bookworms anonymous member.
As a second year homeschooler who is really trying to get off the 'conveyor belt' and embrace child-led learning, I would like to see a post about child-led learning and learning to trust that process. :)
Subscribed to the blog. Loved the post about whether to teach cursive or not. I would like to see a post in the future regarding gentle ways to answer criticisms of our unconventional teaching style. :)
I would like to see posts about homeschooling while dealing with a highly sensitive child who has trouble dealing with other kids- basically, how to not let your child become isolated.
Especially when you don't have money for classes and group trips.
i just subscribed! i am very interested in child led learning, socializing and networking while homeschooling and practical ideas and suggestions for time management and scheduling!
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Love this! I think I may have finally found a curriculum / school that fits our family. My boys are only 2 years apart. I would like to see an article about how to best juggle teaching them both at different levels.
I enjoyed the "Bored" article- and I would like to see more articles about home-schooling an only child. It can be a bit of a challenge keeping up with play groups, and visiting friends - I would like to learn more about how other parents of "onlys" do it, what the effects have been and how to keep it fun and social.
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