Homeschooling: The First Week

13 thoughts on “Homeschooling: The First Week”

  1. I’m happy to hear about your experiences with your kids. Homeschooling is hard but I’m still not sold to it yet. As an educator myself, I would put my faith in our existing schools but still get to unwind and connect with my family. Kudos mom!

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    1. Yes, we all make choices for our children’s education and they are all good decisions. I think our educational system is pretty good since most of us are a product of the same system. Here’s to raising well educated kids!

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  2. This is inspiring! I also don’t want to put too much pressure on my son to go to school at an early age (he’s still 2yrs and 8mos) so it is really best to learn from us first. I was hesitant to try it because I think it’s too stressful for me but because of your post, I believe I can do it. Thanks for this!

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    1. It has been a wonderful experience so far. I think I realized it wasn’t difficult to homeschool when I saw that weekly goals for pre-schoolers are actually pretty simple. Academics are a very very small portion at this stage.

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  3. I want to homeschool my kid too but I don’t know where to start. Thank you for sharing your experience and the lesson plan. πŸ™‚

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  4. I tried also a little homeschooling when my coco was around 2 and a half.. we only made it until Letter C hahahahaha. with 1 activity a day that relates to the letters A, B, C. ayon di talaga kinaya. he doesnt want to do what I was encouraging him to do. but i salute you kasi it really takes a lot of patience and courage, esp you have 2.

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    1. My son already knows his ABCs and my daughter is learning hers through song. I’m starting informally now, but I’ll be following a more formal curriculum with a provider soon

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