Hey ladies! I just wanted to thank all of you who gave me such great advice over the last few weeks. I have adopted a more relaxed approach to homeschooling and have also given the reigns to my son in certain subjects (aka unschooling). I have seen the benefits of this tremendously! My son has decided he is "obsessed with the science of matter". He wants to learn physics! I found great tools online and he has been watching YouTube videos on the subject. I am must happier and so is my little man. Thank you all for your wonderful advice!
by KickButtMamaFebruary 10 at 2:45 PM
That's so awesome!
by coalaFebruary 10 at 5:40 PM
That is amazing!!! Glad that you found an approach that works!
by mem82February 10 at 6:19 PM
by usmom3February 10 at 7:04 PM
So happy for the both of you!
by kirbymomFebruary 10 at 7:26 PM
Oh how Wonderful!
by tuffymamaFebruary 11 at 8:13 AMThat's so great! I get the best ideas here and from the other homeschool group. Most important to me, I get reassurance and encouragement, and I'm so grateful. So excited for your budding scientist!
February 11 at 9:07 AM
That's so great! I get the best ideas here and from the other homeschool group. Most important to me, I get reassurance and encouragement, and I'm so grateful. So excited for your budding scientist!
That is so correct I wish I would have found this site when I started home school my children preschool and second grade. However, they are helping now.
by oredebFebruary 11 at 9:25 AM
by BoobahFebruary 11 at 10:46 AMAwesome! I love this group, they have helped me SO MUCH over the last couple years.
by jen2150February 11 at 1:37 PM
That is awesome. I did physics with my boys last year and it was so much fun. I highly recommend doing marshmallow catapult using mouse traps. It was so easy and a lot of fun. I did have to submit a few rules. They started targeting our cats. LOL Our cats were not crazy about it either.