Raising a gifted child is interesting, to say the least. Teaching a gifted child is even more interesting! Especially if they’re twice-exceptional. Here’s the thing: you are not a teacher when you homeschool a gifted child. You are a
You guys, I’m converted. I’m embracing the love of stickers after years of treating them as contraband and rationing them out. I still have to regulate their use – a few minutes of divided attention this week resulted
So you’re thinking about homeschooling. It’s a big step! It’s a huge choice that feels like you’re jumping out of the box or swimming away from the bait ball. It’s new, it’s intimidating, and it’s full of annoyingly weird acronyms
Sometimes school is life. Actually, as homeschoolers, life is school pretty much all the time, but I mean officially. Yesterday, we took a Lego day.
This year, I’m leading an ancient history class along with the art class. It’s been an interesting and slightly frustrating endeavor, mainly because I couldn’t find a good, basic course that fit our needs. Story of my homeschool