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Our WORST Homeschool Mistakes (and how YOU can avoid them!) (Easy Homeschooling Book 1)

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  • Sales Rank:97,873
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:36
  • Publication Date:April 6, 2011
  • ASIN:B004VNQ9CK


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Synopsis
We recently surveyed over 800 homeschooling families about what has worked well and not-so-well for them in their homeschooling activities. We got some remarkable answers from this survey. One of the most intriguing questions we asked was this: “What was your worst mistake in homeschooling your children... and if you could do it over again, what would you change about how you have homeschooled in the past?” We got some great responses to this question, with some tips and suggestions that are well worth considering by both newbie and veteran homeschoolers alike. This ebook is an edited collection of the best of these.

Now, as you go through this, here is a caveat for you: There obviously isn’t an ultimate “right way” to homeschool that fits everyone, and we’re not saying there is. Tthis is reflected in the responses you will find in this collection — in fact, some of the thoughts expressed here are directly contradicted by other moms. However, a few very definite patterns quickly emerge as you read through these. So our suggestion to you is this: Do any of these speak to you in your situation? Are there some hard-learned truths here that you can learn from? Can you apply some of these lessons to your own homeschooling? Glean and learn, friends… there are some true golden nuggets just for you here, if you are willing to find them!

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