I know that some of you homeschool, and I was wondering how it works for your family?
What is your philosophy of eductation? How do you integrate you faith into the studies? How do you organize your day?
What other special activities do you do?
Do you have any advice to a new homeschooling mom? Encouragement?
We have recently made the decision to homeschool, starting next year
Answer by Cinnamon-mom at 6:21 PM on Dec. 15, 2009
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Answer by my2.5boys at 6:58 PM on Dec. 15, 2009
- I am the product of religion being integrated into curriculum, even WITH outside socialization it takes YEARS to begin to recover from
not all homeschooling is about integrating religion into curriculum. there over 300 members in a secular homeschooling group here on CM
Answer by autodidact at 7:36 PM on Dec. 15, 2009
Homeschooling is a breeze. My spirituality, and rituals has everything to do with science, math, history, literature, art, and even music. I educate him on topics beyond textbook discussion. Its always great to go out doors for lessons.
You can easily incorporate math and science in the kitchen by letting your little one help you make snacks or cook breakfast/dinner. It helps my 4yr old to relate what he learns into real life situations and he is more willing to eat what he cooks! Literature can be fun when telling stories or making up your own and having the kid(s) add to it. Art and music are best (for me) around the holidays. On spare time I let mine play NickJr Boost. Also for exercise (in addition to outdoor play) we do yoga for kids with OnDemand videos.
Answer by sugahmamma at 7:37 PM on Dec. 15, 2009
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