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You Can't Mess Up Your Child's Life by Homeschooling!

You Can't Mess Up Your Child's Life by Homeschooling!
Do you worry about messing up your child's life because of homeschooling?  Don't!  Homeschooling won't ruin them forever, or force them to fail if they are meant for greatness.Psalm 139:16Your eyes saw my unformed body.All the days ordained for mewere written in your bookbefore one of them came to be.The Lord created your child for your family, and before this child was even born, their entire life span was written in the Lord's book.  Nothing you...
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Guest — Cynthia Morris
Thanks so much Lee for the beautiful reminder of God's faithfulness to our children and to us! Our son is in his junior year and ... Read More
Sunday, 30 August 2009 10:45
Guest — Julie
I read your blogs every time I see a new one! This one (You Can’t Mess Up Your Child’s Life by Homeschooling!) was so valuable th... Read More
Saturday, 29 August 2009 20:03
Guest — J W
The people who pronounce doom on your childrens' future will still be naysaying when your successful adult children are homeschool... Read More
Saturday, 29 August 2009 20:02
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Why Create your own Transcript?

Why Create your own Transcript?
Retain your status as an independent homeschooler Maintain complete control over your student's academic record. Provide the documentation that colleges need from all applicants. Save TONS of money!Remember, you don't need to pay a transcript or accreditation service thousands of dollars to create a homeschool transcript for you. You can do it at home on your computer. I can teach you how. Visit my website for more information.
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Letting Go of Teaching

Letting Go of Teaching
High school is a good time to let go of the idea of "teaching" everything. What's important is that the students "learn". Sometimes that will mean finding self-teaching curriculum and allowing them to learn without your help. But sometimes "not teaching" really means letting go!If your child loves something, and you see that it is your child's area of specialization, then you don't have to have control over it. Let your child experience and enjoy learning...
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Guest — Yvonne
Lee, you take the homeschool guilt out of my life. I appreciate you!
Sunday, 01 June 2008 04:26
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