Oh, well. Let’s do it anyway : ) This will just take a minute.
As I have mentioned before, I have tried many, many different curriculum over the last 9 years. And the only thing I have remained consistent on is the last 3 years of math we have used for our 12-year-old dear daughter. (Of course, that could change next year:)
We have been homeschooling for about 9 years. What that means is when our first daughter (now 12) was 3, I was researching and buying curriculum. Now today, I would just tell a mama that had a 3 year old to relax, have fun and read about other homeschoolers in your spare time. Don’t get spastic about it, though honestly, when anyone is pondering this route, the idea of homeschooling is so antithetical to our culture today, that it is hard not to obsess, in the beginning, about bucking the system.
Homeschoolers LOVE to see how and where other homeschoolers do school. We want details. EXACTLY where do your children sit (or lie!)
It consisted of memorizing meaningless dates and reading boring textbooks. “Who cared,” I thought. Nor do I remember a history teacher that brought it to life. (Thank goodness I married a college history major)
So glad you stopped by! My name is Allison and I’m a blogger in Small Town, Oklahoma. I love social media, (used to be a tv producer in LA before kids) finding chemical-free answers for everything in life, building businesses with my hubby of 22 years and loving on my 5 babes ages 8-20. I’m mostly into social media video, so find me on facebook, instagram and lately, snapchat!