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Children Are Complete RIGHT NOW

Children Are Complete RIGHT NOW

Children Are Complete RIGHT NOW By Linda Dobson In our culture, we generally treat children as less than whole. When you step outside this imposed cultural box, though, this treatment appears a rather egotistical attitude on the part of adults. We behave as if children need this, that, and a good dose of the other thing - from us, of [...]

Toward Happy Homeschooling Field Trips!

Toward Happy Homeschooling Field Trips!

Toward Happy Homeschooling Field Trips! By Linda Dobson While making arrangements for your happy homeschooling field trip, ask your host if there's anything you can discuss with your child, including vocabulary, to prepare for the visit. Places that see a lot of school groups often provide information sheets beforehand. Exchange information on [...]

Smart Free Range Kids: Or Why Homeschoolers Don’t Stay Home

Smart Free Range Kids: Or Why Homeschoolers Don’t Stay Home

Smart Free Range Kids: Or Why Homeschoolers Don't Stay Home By Linda Dobson If you're one of millions of homeschoolers, this one's especially for you. Once upon a time, researchers interested in learning performed an experiment with rats. Two groups of rats received the same amount of food and water, but some lived in "impoverished" cages [...]

What’s So Good about Homeschooling and In-Depth Learning?

What’s So Good about Homeschooling and In-Depth Learning?

What's So Good about Homeschooling and In-Depth Learning? By Linda Dobson What is your child interested in? Legos, dinosaurs, fashion, cars, video games, electric guitar? It's hard to image a homeschooling child studying any of these topics as a condition of optimal learning, but then children are always full of surprises, aren't [...]

Homeschooling: Don’t Divide Life into So Many Boxes

Homeschooling: Don’t Divide Life into So Many Boxes

Homeschooling: Don't Divide Life into So Many Boxes By Linda Dobson One reason parents place so much trust in the education we see in traditional schools is because we have inherited the view that life can be divided into subjects, good and bad, or black and white. If we continue to hold onto this view, we find ourselves frustrated and [...]

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