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Freestyle Homeschooling Tips

Posted by Annie on Jul 21, 2011 in Education, Parenting

We’ve all heard of traditional homeschooling where mom sits at the kitchen table, the children are gathered around, workbooks open and curriculum flows as if the children never left the public school system. Mom and dad believe if it’s good enough for Johnny, it’s good enough for my Henry, too. Did anyone ever bother to […]

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Graduating Failure

Posted by Annie on Jun 26, 2011 in Education, Seasonal

Earlier this month Diane Flynn Keith penned an article ┬átitled: Rites of Passage, in which she says in part: It’s hard to escape the school calendar and its associated events. I am always surprised when homeschoolers follow the traditional school year, and even more miffed when they engage in the ritual of graduation (for each […]

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Do Hard Things!

Posted by Annie on May 11, 2009 in Activity

Did you know that prior to 1941 there was no such thing as a “teenager”? I knew that things had changed in recent years but I didn’t realize it was that recent in our history. Prior to 1941 you were either a child or an adult. There was no in between and no such thing […]

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