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A Day In The Homeschool Life
Lisa Easterling
A short snapshot of a day in the life of the Easterling family. This is an active, large family.
A Day in the Life of a Homeschooler
I've blogged about many things before, but I may never have really blogged about homeschooling. This is the first year of homeschooling that I have really sat down with a plan in mind, a goal, and set out to accomplish it, and let me just say that I am having the best time!
A Day in the Life...
Wendy Pottle
So….what is everyone really doing? Do you feel like the only one not going on a field trip today? You didn't feel up to building an exploding volcano? Check out what these home learners have shared during an average day in the life.
A Day in the Life: The Long Essay That Pretty Much Explains It All
Miranda Hughes
It's mid-morning and Erin and Noah are playing with Duplo. They have built something they are calling a "mooseum" which has incorporated almost every block we own. Each doorway serves a specific imaginary purpose. A windmill apparently supplies the museum with power. There is a large parking lot for cars and trains. The museum is popular and very busy today. The "less fierce" animals, those with soft fur, reside in a special area where they are looked after by the Red Guy. The Blue Guy is feeding meat and bones to the fiercer animals in another area. A monkey is balancing on the fridge but keeps falling off. Erin and Noah laugh every time this happens. The train is leaving on a tour of the museum grounds. The Green Guy, who drives the train, gives a running commentary of the exhibits, by way of Erin. The tour encircles the play room, winding under the legs of the piano bench, over to the computer desk where am sitting with the baby, around the couch and back to the museum.
Commentary: A Day in the Life of a Homeschool High School Student
"What do you do all day?" "Do you get to sleep in every day?" "Do you ever see anybody besides your family?" "Do you do your schoolwork in your pajamas?" "Do you even do schoolwork when you don't feel like it?" These are some of the questions I have been asked several times. So, to answer some of these, and others, I kept a journal of one day for me and my five siblings, which will hopefully give readers a better idea of what it is like to be a homeschooling high school student.
Day in the Life of a Large Homeschooling Family
Take a look at a day in the life of a large homeschooling family. Alison and Paul have seven children and share what a typical day is like at their house.
My Waldorf Method
A homeschooling mother discusses the way she has incorporated the Waldorf educational model in her homeschool. She details a typical day in her home.
Planning a Homeschool Routine When You Are Homeschooling Multiple Children
How do you structure a homeschool day with four children? Do you teach each subject separately with each child? If not, what do you do together? This mom shares her strategies as she shows a day in her life.


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