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May 24, 2010


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Thanks so much for sharing! I may or may not be homeschooling when my oldest starts school the year after next, but the outline of your days helps me see where I could tweak our schedule so that I can get some "me time" in during the day (showering, eating etc.) I don't know why it didn't ever dawn on me to feed myself and the baby first before the older kids so that I could make sure that I had a chance to eat without getting sidetracked (for the most part at least!)


Great post! As a fellow homeschooler (only to pre-scohol ages right now), I love seeing what other moms are doing and also hearing that the family enjoys it :)

Cara Fox

Thanks for sharing with us how you do it - I've often wondered how homeschoolers with multiple kids (especially lots of young ones) do it. Schools in my area are horrible and we are doing private now, but with three kids and outrageous tuition I've been wondering lately if I should suck it up and homeschool. I finally decided it would require a personality transplant on my part (I'm not very patient and get frazzled easily sometimes when it comes to teaching), but I do feel like we do a lot of the more "organic" type learning you describe and my kids pick up more at home than I think they do. When I look at school schedules and the amount of "down time" that is wasted, I wonder if I couldn't teach them just as much at home in half the time, leaving them more free time to just be kids and have some more hands-on/experiential learning opportunities! Anyway, it was great to have your perspective - thanks for guesting!


Thank you for posting this Tricia. We also have considered homeschooling and I did for about 4 months when I pulled my oldest out of school for an incident that happened. Your breakdown of the day certainly makes it seem a bit more managable. I imagine it's about routine and consistency and once everyone is into the groove it works better.

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