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From: JoDawgie (
Subject:         Re: New to homeschooling- several questions
Date: June 26, 2008 at 11:53 pm PST

In Reply to: New to homeschooling- several questions posted by Jo in CO on June 26, 2008 at 3:14 pm:

I just realized I made it sound like I'm cracking the whip around here, making my kids do too much too soon, or I forced my daughter to sit and read the newspaper/ magazines every day... She chooses to read them online- I just scan over them first for content approval and have a condition that she needs to tell me afterwards what the stories were about so I can make sure she understands what she reads. I could answer any questions if she had them.

Same goes for my son-- if he wants to spend the entire day covered in mud while singing, "M is for MUD! MMMMMMMM MMMMMMMMMMMM MUD!" and has no interest in any of the other 25 letters of the alphabet, that's fine with me- even though by 7 p.m. I've heard about enough of that darn letter as I push him towards the, "B is for BATH! BUHHH BUHHH BATH!"

Be Well,


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