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Homeschooling the Very Young

Homeschooling the Very Young
Sometimes homeschooling begins wonderfully, but other times it can seem an overwhelming challenge.  What can you do if you don't WANT to homeschool but you feel guilty about it?I tried homeschooling my 4 & 5 year olds. My daughter is a strong-willed little girl who stands up against authority figures. I don't feel called to home school this year mostly because last year went so badly and in the middle of the year I just stopped...
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Guest — Sharon
I'd have to agree with the other comments. If you take a look at some preschool and kindergarten books they are teaching things l... Read More
Friday, 04 March 2011 18:27
Guest — Carletta
Lee, this is such good advice. People are always shocked when I say that I only spend around 15-30 minutes teaching my preschoole... Read More
Tuesday, 31 August 2010 04:53
Guest — Sally Hess
Lee, this is really good advice. Yes, those very young years are so preciously simple. I had a friend tell me that kindergartner... Read More
Sunday, 29 August 2010 11:05
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High School for the Very Young

High School for the Very Young
High School?  5th grade?  Where do you draw the line between "smart" and "put it on the high school transcript?"I received some questions on my Facebook the other day.  Some big, beefy questions!  How about if I give you the "readers digest" version with some resources for more information.>>>>My son is 10 and he is interested in studying Birds.  I would like to purchase a Bird Study course from Cornell University.  My daughter is 11 and...
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Guest — J W
Lee gives good examples of how to document high school work done before high school age in her book about high school transcripts.... Read More
Monday, 29 June 2009 16:25
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