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From: Brenda C. (
Subject:         Re: Homeschooling
Date: February 12, 2007 at 8:12 pm PST

In Reply to: Homeschooling posted by Nanette Jones on February 12, 2007 at 6:44 pm:

Do you have someone who can watch your kids while you sub? If so, they might be able to supervise a few subjects. Are you going to be subbing often? If it's an occasional thing, you could makeup homeschool days on weekends. Of course, you have the whole summer too. You just have to get 180 days in each year; which days you teach on is up to you!

As far as inhome daycare, it depends on the ages you take in, and whether you can include them in the lessons or work around them. You may need to do school in the evenings and weekends if you get overwhelmed with a variety of kids! HOpefully, your oldest child can work on his/her own and only need you to explain something now and then. The others will probably need more of your time and involvement.

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