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BoZeeCo's Mom

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About BoZeeCo's Mom

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    Hive Mind Level 3 Worker: Honeymaking Bee
  • Birthday 01/25/1979

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    Portland, OR
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    Homeschooler and nourisher of children
  1. Oh wow. What an awesome resource! Thank you.
  2. I'd love any and all suggestions of forensic science type curriculum, videos, books, whatever, that anyone might have. No ages in mind, id like to just see what's out there. I know all about the tv show, just looking for something to really work into a curriculum for my facinated kids.
  3. I'd love any and all suggestions of forensic science type curriculum, videos, books, whatever, that anyone might have. No ages in mind, id like to just see what's out there. I know all about the tv show, just looking for something to really work into a curriculum for my facinated kids.
  4. Ok, I know my kids are kind of young to get really into this discussion, but I have to say this has been another mind blowingly awesome thread to stumble upon here. My son is obsessed with history. He loves it. He can't get enough. So why aren't I making it the basis for all we are doing? I agree with lots of you that math, and in our case, Latin, need to be my curriculum heavy subjects, but everything else can be taught through devouring history books, then delving into corresponding lit and science. What a revelation! I signed for this homeschool journey in order to 1. Give my children a love of learning and 2. To let them explore freely their interests and to discover and hone whatever gifts they have. I have been so caught up in checking the boxes for my kid that I have not been really following 1&2 above. I am so thankful that I found this thread. I'm so thankful that I have a chance to change my wonderful son's school to something based on his passion. Seriously, this has opened my eyes! Thank you to everyone who contributed their knowledge and experience in this post.
  5. My daughter, at 2 years old, looked up at me dreamily one afternoon and said out of the clear blue: " Mama, owls are so lucky because when they wake up their mornings are filled with stars."
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