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Your first little one may be on the brink of entering public or private school, or you might be pondering pulling your children out of a school they are already attending. Either way, if you are wondering why you should homeschool, this blog series is dedicated to you! Imagine a hunter drawing his bow to aim at… nothing. Homeschooling can be like that. Talk to any homeschool mom that has happily homeschooled her children, and you will find she has a story. He stood at the door crying, and as I got into my car, I was crying too.
But then a very sad thing happened. I went to my teaching job, and I completely forgot about him. That broke my heart. That bothered me deeply. For many moms, this is the first reason they begin to entertain the idea of homeschooling. In this crazy, busy life we as moms lead, sometimes there is really very little time we get to spend with our children. Maybe you are a mom like I was, and while you work your children attend daycare. You miss them, and you are a little jealous of the daycare provider because she is the one that gets to spend time with your children while you work.
Or, maybe you are a mom of little ones who does not work and who has loved staying home with your little ones. But now, kindergarten is looming, and you can see that time you have cherished with your child is on the precipice of slipping away. Or, finally, maybe you are a mom who has children attending public or private school, and you are weary of your only time with your children being at night and on weekends.
You find yourself being the homework helper, and you find your child is less enthused about schoolwork at night or on the weekends after having done schoolwork at school all day and all week. When you feel that tug at your heart to spend more time with your children, know that longing is supported by the Bible! These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.
Tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads. Write them on the doorframes of your houses and on your gates. In my next From Our House to Yours posts I will be sharing many more reasons why you should homeschool. In keeping with the list we made as a family, they will be in no particular order of time or of importance.
I hope you enjoy this and find some answers that encourage you to either consider homeschooling or keep homeschooling — God bless! To find out more about homeschooling with Heart of Dakota, click here or here!
Let us take a moment to meet Charlotte Mason, and in doing so, gain inspiration and direction for homeschooling our own precious children! Her father was a Liverpool merchant, a simple but refined man who was very fond of books. Her grief-stricken father died the following year. Suddenly alone in the world, Charlotte lived with friends until at 18, she moved to London. She enrolled in the only training college available to teachers in England at the time. From these difficult beginnings, Charlotte rose to become an advocate of parents as educators for their children.
It is no surprise to me that an orphaned young daughter would grasp the importance of the education parents could give their children and long for it herself. We believe this too. Mason preface. I think Charlotte longed for her childhood days of her parents lovingly creating a home atmosphere for education.
It was powerful to her, because she once had it and lost it. She spent her life trying to help parents create this atmosphere of education within the home setting — perhaps because she longed for it herself. We long for this ourselves as parents, and we also long for it for you, as fellow homeschool parents. Hence, Heart of Dakota. I believe Charlotte Mason was a strong woman whose difficulties in life brought about a newfound respect for the once well-respected old adage that parents are the best teachers for their children. Parents love their children as no others could.
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The parent is the teacher. She knows her children well, and she has a heart full of love and hope and fortitude to see them through to be the best they can be.
Only, Lord willing, perhaps we will be blessed enough to journey on this home education road a little longer. I hope you take as much inspiration in meeting her this way as I have. Picture your child curled up on the couch reading a wonderful book, enjoying each page, and then sharing the excitement of what was read with you! Written for students years old, this Heart of Dakota multi-level reading program can help your children either become or remain passionate about books, while still teaching all the necessary reading skills.
Likewise, you not only get to choose the books your children read, you also get to choose the pacing of reading them.
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This ensures your children will love the books and read them at a pace that fits them best! The plans include instructions and activities that work with any literature. Students in grades can use DITHOR year after years, as they move through the various levels of reading instruction. Drawn into the Heart of Reading includes 9 genre studies.
Homeschool moms, if you'd like the whole shebang, then click here for the. No sooner was joff off than a runner came panting up the steps. A few days ago I was talking to my mom about how she sometimes And that is why I believe stay-at-home moms are extremely good. Thanks for responding so quickly. I'm normally chiming earlier but I've had a crazy busy week.
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I heard from working-outside-of-the-home moms, stay-at-home During the day when I am at work I slow down to tell him how So though I'm crazy-busy, my life is filled with good things. Here are my top five go-to tips for crazy busy people who want to be more productive. When life gets crazy busy, focus on the priorities for health and safety. If crossing that off your to-do list every day makes you feel good, Put jobs on your list that are done quickly and frequently. Try to carve out at least 10 minutes a day to read together. Even reading a short. Pro tip: Give back and get even more savings, mama!
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The inability to sleep for more than an hour at a time. The intense need to be prepared for anything and everything. My inability to sit still and just be.
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The general sense of foreboding, as if some unknown darkness was lingering just up ahead. Where had it come from? When did it begin? How could it creep in unnoticed?