I wanted to but daddy said they need to be around other kids..So they are in school...
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Answer by jessicarae787 at 1:51 PM on Nov. 8, 2010
I had major concerns and now we are homeschooling our kids. There are a lot of ways to have your kids involved with other kids that do not involve the public school system. Our kids are both in girl scouts and community theater. Our younger daughter does a program called Styx at a local church that is percussion. They have friends (many who do go to public school) that they hang out with. Homeschooling kids are not in an isolation box like so many people think they are. The school my daughter attended before homeschooling did not allow visiting in the classroom, hallway, lunch room, etc. They were allowed to socialize for 15 minutes a day at recess, but they were not allowed to sit by the wall and talk, they had to be up moving to "get rid of their energy". My daughter gets to spend more time with her friends now than she did at public school because when we are done, we are done. No more hours of homework.
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