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  1. I have been listening to Andrew Kern of Circe Institute speak at our homeschool conference for several years, and it is beginning to sink in. I am reconsidering everything I know about educating my children. I truly am at a loss. I have no idea where to begin, as far as curriculum is concerned. I beg of you, throw me a bone...where do I begin? If I want my children to love learning, become human, and above all other things, love the Lord, what in the world am I supposed to be teaching and how?
  2. Gosh......I have to remind myself where I hang out and get some minds out of the gutter! :tongue_smilie: I posted on a thread about tea time and got some PMs......YES, I mean actual tea parties!! :lol: (but I will get to that later) I have had several people ask me to explain what interest driven education looks like in our house and after KIN's burn-out post, I thought I'd attempt to describe it. I am a minimalist in the younger yrs. Academics is limited to math, phonics/reading, handwriting......I add in beginning grammar/mechanics via copywork for 1st and 2nd grade. Bedtime
  3. I am interested in hearing a follow up on how the past couple years have gone. For me, reading that thread was a turning point in our homeschool. Before then, I was all about curriculum and worrying about if I'd chosen the right one and if I could cover it all before 12th grade was completed. There were so many good books and programs and skills to study! My desire to give a comprehensive education led to a frazzled schoolday of jumping from one thing to another with all the joy sucked out. Upper grades as well as adding more students was looking ever more grim. Then along came the thread.
  4. Why you should work on TWTM skills - copywork, narration, dictation, outlining, etc. A recent thread made me realize that if I could do one thing over again homeschooling (other than sending my oldest to community college instead of public high school) it would be to do more of TWTM language arts skills - copywork, dictation, narration, outlining, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, memory work, and logic. I didn't know why these were important (guess I didn't read TWTM carefully enough - sigh) so I tended to skip the ones that were hard for us, when in fact, those were the very ones we needed to
  5. Nan in Mass said this: I wish most that I had understood better why TWTM does some of the things it does. Some things we couldn't do and never will need to do (or can learn later) and can be skipped, but others we couldn't do and need to be able to do. For those, we should have backed way, way up and learned how to do them. If I had known the difference, my children would have gotten a much better education. -Nan I am :bigear:! I would love a more specific description of this experience! Thank you!
  6. A recent thread made me realize that if I could do one thing over again homeschooling (other than sending my oldest to community college instead of public high school) it would be to do more of TWTM language arts skills - copywork, dictation, narration, outlining, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, memory work, and logic. I didn't know why these were important (guess I didn't read TWTM carefully enough - sigh) so I tended to skip the ones that were hard for us, when in fact, those were the very ones we needed to work more on. I thought I'd just post this as a separate thread in case it helps even
  7. :tongue_smilie:I am in the middle of my annual breadth vs. depth struggle. Anyone else in there with me? I read the "What is your 5th, 6th, 7th...grader doing this year?" threads and I panic. My list is extensive (in my heart, I know it's too extensive) and yet it's considerably shorter than others. Somehow I just know I am going to miss this child's "gift" if I short-change him on music, art, a third language, logic, health, or geography in addition to his existing cores of language arts, math, science, history, Spanish, Japanese, technology, and philosophy. Oh! I forgot nature studies an
  8. I just read a book called skip high school and go to college. Or something along those lines. It's basically about unschooling for high school and still building an impressive enough portfolio to get into any college you want. It really challenged me to think about some of the drudgery we are currently experiencing in our schooling. But mainly, I just could not see how a child would ever be motivated enough on their own to do the sort of things required to move on in life successfully. I mean, they are so short sighted. If I just told my 14yo tomorrow that she only had to do what s
  9. sorry long I have been hopping around curriculums this year and haven't really felt that we have found our groove. I like all of the below for different reasons, have them all infront of me :blush: and I am trying to figure out what to use for the rest of this year and going into next. My kids are 6 and 4 1/2 (3 and 1). The 4 1/2 year old is right with the 6 year old just a different math. I am planning to keep math and language arts its own thing so it does not have to be integrated but could be depending on what is used. Ok here is what I have in front of me: HOD LHFHG HOD
  10. Maybe it's partly because I've been watching Biggest Loser lately, but one thought has been going over and over in my mind the last few days. (I know, one thought isn't very impressive, but I just picked up four prescriptions for antibiotics yesterday for conjunctivitis, strep, bronchitis, and double ear infections (three kids and myself), so I've been a little rummy this week. :tongue_smilie:) I'm even embarrassed to say where I first heard the comment, but it is this in a nutshell: "Not many people show up for their own lives." So, the swirling questions: Do you think it is true
  11. Hi, I am wondering what all of you experienced high school homeschool parents would have approached 7th and 8th grade looking back on it now? What would your ideal approach? What would have been your focus? What would you have let go? What resources would you have definitely used, what would you have passed on? Just any thoughts in general you could share. I am going to have a 7th grader next year and would love to get the insights of folks who have BTDT! Thanks! :)
  12. As a newbie, I have already learned a lot, but would love to hear what other newbies and veteran homeschoolers have to say!!!!! 1. How long have you been homeschooling? 2. Which homeschool philosophy(ies) do you use? 3. Why do you homeschool? 4. What was your biggest waste of money in homeschooling? 5. What was the best money you have ever spent? 6. Which curriculum/curricula did you want to love, but didn't work for you? 7. Which curriculum/curricula did you end up loving that you thought you wouldn't? 8. What is your best advice to
  13. This may be one of those threads where there are no real answers, just dialogue. I'd love that, btw. I'm working on our schedule for next year (8th grade) and I'm having a hard time balancing the whole content and skill issue. I'm not sure that's the whole issue though. My son has very high comprehension, he has a mind like a steel trap, and can remember minute details of everything. His reading level lags behind. I have no problem reading to him. I've also picked some sources for next year, for instance history, where I can read one book to him while he reads another book, more on h
  14. For me it is the full realization that "inch by inch it's a cinch, but by the yard it is hard" or "How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time!" I am a person who has traditionally been impulsive and wants to see change NOW! Budget overhaul..make it happen yesterday! Weight loss- jump in feet first change up my whole life, run myself ragged, and....within a week I give up. It has been so revolutionary for me that small, incremental changes do add up and they are nothing to fear. The other thing for me, is that time really is too short and it has caused me to evaluate relatio
  15. I've been debating about posting this for a couple of days. I have been thinking about high school level homeschooling. As an illustration, one of my dds has wanted to learn Swedish for several years. She had done some on her own, and I had gotten a couple of books also because I have always wanted to learn it too. We floundered around and made essentially no progress, despite the fact that I am a language teacher (just not Swedish). We just took a class in it, and after the first class, my dd turned to me and said, "No offense, Mom, but I just learned more Swedish in that hour and a h
  16. While MCT continues to be one of my favorite curriculum, I now have some reservations about the effectiveness of the grammar portion, at least with my own son. Perhaps I am still smarting from the fact that he scored a 52% on the language skills portion of the K12 placement test for 6th grade and he is in 7th grade. My son seldom makes glaring usage or punctuation errors in his writing, yet that test score raises red flags for me. He may know intuitively how language works but he has certainly not mastered the appropriate terminology. Again, this could be problematic for specifically our fami
  17. Admittedly, one of the first things I do as part of my morning routine is log onto these boards, my user manual, if you will. As a new homeschooler (in practice, not in spirit :)) with a new logic stage student just coming out of ps, I've still a lot to learn with, seemingly, little room for error. I would greatly appreciate ANY advice regarding curriculum, planning & organization, time management, skill vs. content, homeschooling resources, or anything else that comes to the mind of you seasoned teachers, with far more experience. Without mentioning names, there are quite a number of y
  18. (Oops...just realized it's "swimmermom3"..sorry about that) You posted this in the thread about what's the best age to homeschool: I don't know if other posters would agree but I do know if I could do it over for my middle child that was home for two years, I would use that precious time to focus primarily on skills and not worry nearly so much about content. I would make sure he could take notes, create outlines, write essays, research and process information, construct lab reports, answer questions, ask questions, seek out help when needed, keep track of his work, meet deadlines, mem
  19. I am a little early, lol. My eldest is a 5th grader. We are just entering the logic stage and I am getting glimmers of where we are headed. I just finished listening to SWB's MP3 "The Joys of Classical Education" and I realize I know the least about the rhetoric stage..about teaching kids at that level. I have been very comfortable teaching the grammar stage. I'm pretty darn good, if I do say so myself. I am feeling like I have a grasp of what is needed from my for the logic stage. I am getting there and I am not anxious. But I don't have a handle on the rhetoric stage. I am not
  20. Can you help me make a list of things to be considered when deciding where this balance point lies for each child? For my family, there is a delicate balance between emphasizing academics so much that the child finishes school "full up", uncurious, unenthusiastic, and deciding never to learn anything in an academic way again; and downplaying academics so much that the child becomes frustrated and is incapable of learning anything at an adult academic level because he doesn't have the skills. Both are a handicap. Fortunately, there are many other ways to expand one's knowledge, but academ
  21. My son JUST turned four, so we're just preK/keeping it light this year, but I've begun to read/learn a BIT of what's available out there; it's overwhelming. Any advice you have for me? Any "I-wish-someone-would-have-told-me_______________"s? Or any "Boy!-I'm-glad-we_______"s? Any regrets? THANKS SO MUCH! This "larvae" needs some cooling down (isn't that what other bees do.....fan the larvae!:tongue_smilie:!" I COVET your advice and wisdom!
  22. Sort of a s/o topic from the banned/challenged books thread... How do you feel about graphic novels? Do they pander to the need for stimulus and entertainment? Do they dumb down reading? Do they keep people reading who might otherwise not read at all? Do you or your children like/prefer them? Other thoughts?
  23. We are just finishing up our first year. There are already things that I wish I knew when I started. I am not beating myself up or anything. I am just trying to glean all the wisdom I can from all you veterans out there. Most say they wish they had been more relaxed and enjoyed the ride more. I have seen people say they wish they had addressed specific concerns in areas like math, handwriting and spelling at an earlier age. So in hindsight, what specifically do you wish you had done differently? What program did you use with your youngers that you wish you had known about wit
  24. I wouldnt' have stressed so much when my dc were 6 yrs old. I would have enjoyed our days more(like so many of you told me to). I would have ditched certain curriculum earlier. I most definitely would not have spent so much time wondering if we should join a group or co-op...wondering if my kids were going to be antisocial if we didn't join one. Been there, done that...now I know. Now if I could only talk to my future self right now...so I wouldn't waste another year worrying about certain things. :glare: How about you....What do you know now that you wish you knew then? *I'm prett
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