New Home Education Sub Forum

Discussion in 'Home Education' started by Jim, Feb 7, 2009.

  1. Jim

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    I know that quite a few full timers are also "home eders" so I thought it might be an a good idea to add a home ed sub forum in the full timers section. This will be a forum for discussing home ed, and sharing resources. Thanks
     
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  2. Jac Sprat

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    I did it! Best thing I ever did.
    All grown up now
    All happy with degrees.
    AND I let then choose what they learned and when they learned it!
     
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    It's the only hurdle to going full time for us.
    Wondering if we could do things right for him
    Bill
     
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    How old is he? Could be great for him
     
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    He is nine and well ahead at school mostly his nannies doing
    Bill
     
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    Speaking as one who has done it as a parent (my oldest was 9 when I took him out) I think it'd be brilliant. He can do whatever work you /he wants to do en route, lack of continuity of social life would be the only thing but if he wants to then I would do it.
     
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