Before I start writing this, I need to emphasize that every kid is different. Every kid has different needs, and those needs might not fit the norm or even the average. Homeschooling is about working around the hurdles
If you celebrate Christmas, chances are you’ve had a brush with the Santa dilemma. Do you tell your kids that he’s real? If they already figured things out on their own, how do you keep them from blowing
I’ve heard this from so many homeschooling parents – “why test if we’re homeschooling?” I can’t answer for them, but I can tell you why we’re choosing to test our oldest.
As always, my Facebook groups provoke a good bit of thought from me. This week, it was a series of threads (heated, at times) about giftedness. I’m not going to quote anyone or mention anyone or any of that,
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