Tag Archives: Socialization

Homeschooling Not Holistic? Views from Homeschooling Parents

Parents responds to “Homeschooling may not be holistic after all.” Responses by Haslinda Haslim and Joshua Kam to: Homeschooling: May not be Holistic After All   Respond by Haslinda Halim First and foremost, to be fair to homeschoolers, people with … Continue reading

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A – Z of Homeschooling: R is for Responsible Living (2)

We read for knowledge, information and pleasure (not necessarily in that order). But is the knowledge gained through reading alone adequate to impact positive change in our lives? Let’s think about it.

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Day 1 @ CLIC

It’s 8am and the alarm clock sounds – it’s our first day of “school”!

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The Darkside of Preschool

(Thank you Dominique for sharing the article: The Darkside of Preschool: Peers Social Skills & Stress) “Researchers found that the more time kids spent in non-maternal care during the first 4.5 years of life, the more behavioral problems they developed.” … Continue reading

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Socialization Skills Can Be Taught at Home

We found this interesting article on Natural Moms Talk Radio.  You do not need to worry about socialization. Really! One of the concern that people have about home schooling is the socialization aspect. Will the children get to interact with … Continue reading

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