• A Day In The Life Of A Secular Homeschooler: gonyere

    Welcome to a "Day in the Life of a Secular Homeschooler"! This week we are featuring a day in the life of....gonyere ! She has been homeschooling all her life, is Mom to Andros & Keegan and here is a little insight into her homeschooling day!


    Wake up, eat breakfast. Play. Read some books. Maybe watch something on PBS Kids or an episode or 3 of The Magic School Bus. Play some more. Eat lunch. Play some more. Read books. Color/draw/paint. Play. Eat dinner (maybe help cook depending on what we're having). Clean up the house. Watch a move or tv show or play video games or play & read some more books. Brush teeth, and put PJ's on. Go lay down and read more books.


    You can learn more about gonyere via her blog, Todo en Tiempo



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