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From: Kaelyn (96.24.204.167)
Subject:         Starting Kindergarten - Help!
Date: July 27, 2009 at 8:38 pm PST

I finally made my decision that I AM going to start homeschooling my son in kindergarten. I knew I wanted to do it at the very least after 3rd grade, but I really want him to learn at home and learn the things I want him to (that God created EVERYTHING and if we want to know anything we need to learn it from Him and public school doesn't teach that obviously!)

I bought Teach Your Child To Read In 100 Easy Lessons and .

I have been told that started actual curriculum is not best at this age. Is it wrong to have a scheduled day of when we work on certain "subjects" or should I just pick something to work on when we have a free moment (I also have a 2 year old and 1 year old so we're not alone)?

I am a very detail oriented, organized person and I'm so afraid I'm going to leave something out or there is going to be "gaps" in his education by me teaching him. But then again I know that there were gabs in MY education from where the teachers would teach on the same level for everyone and things I excelled in I got bored with but things I needed more help with I got left in the dust.

I'm just hoping someone can shed some light on how to NOT make it SO overwhelming!! Thanks in advance!


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