Tag Archives: Beginning our own home-schooling journey

Harmony

As part of Write Alm’s November Prompts, I saw that today’s prompt is: Harmony! My daughter, Harmony, is now almost twenty-nine months old, or close to two and a half years. I’ve already posted about what our daily life looks like … Continue reading

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Day in the Life: 1st Annual Not-Back-to-School Week!

This is our first “official” not-back-to-school year as a home-schooling family! Harmony is two years and two months old, and we have been planning on home-schooling for a long time. Our family is a little out-of-the-ordinary because my husband and … Continue reading

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No, I Don’t Hate Public School

Lately I’ve had a few people delicately hint that they think I hate public schools. If you haven’t already read this post I wrote several years ago, please do! And here are some more thoughts that I’ve had since writing … Continue reading

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The Number One (Very Personal) Reason I Am Home-Schooling My Daughter

There’s a good reason I chose the job I have now. My youngest students are usually around five or six years old, and the good ones stick around through high-school. The average age of my students right now is probably … Continue reading

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A Home-school Manifesto (and How to Build a Home-school Group from Scratch)

Well, here begins another step of the journey. A new friend and I are building a home-school group together from scratch. It’s not that there aren’t large and small home-schooling groups and co-ops and resources in our (very large) city … Continue reading

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