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  1. Educating the Homeschool Educator

    Quote Originally Posted by IEF View Post
    Hello, have you seen this thread:

    The last page, particularly FreeThinker's post, is going to be my personal "go to" when I get frustrated with all the negative changes in the homeschooling movement (if we can still call it a "movement" instead of a "target market", lol) that you and I have seen.

    Have you ever had a child in public
  2. Sharing my PreK Bookmarks

    Quote Originally Posted by TFZ View Post
    I got sucked down an endless hole of searching on the Internet for many months. It was fine for my first one, but with three kids all roughly two years apart, I won't have the time to waste with the next two.

    Here are the resources I narrowed it down to for prek. They will cover everything we want outside the library walls. I am done searching and pinning and bookmarking a million sites. Here are the results:

    Letter of the week: The Ultimate Letter Of The Week Resource For Preschool - No Time For Flash Cards
  3. Finally relaxed

    So I'm not as stressed about next year. I took the local college's catalog and the Advisement course map of the five Universities that have Bio-medical engineering and marked off what classes need to be taken for which college. It's mostly lower levels of science and math. Those with the general education requirements give him 75 classes. Hopefully he can take the classes over a period of three years. If the case he'll be almost 18 by the time he graduates. The catch, because there always is one, ...
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  4. Miguel's plan

    So today Miguel wants to be a bio-engineering. I figure he's hovering around science, math and technology so I've put his schedule together with what are community college offers:

    Math: up to calc 3 + statistics ( 5 more classes to go)
    Science: AP Bio, chem 1+2, Physics 1+2, cell biology, micro biology (7 more classes to go)
    SS: AP US history, US government, AP human Geography (2 more classes to go)
    English: English 1, English 4, AP comp., English elective (2 ...
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  5. Sorry

    So I mentioned I'm horrible at keeping up blogs right? I've been relaxing doing 2 / 3 co-ops plus field trips and Dr's were just to much. So we cut out the therapists and Miguel's medication. It seemed to just increase the severity of his mood swings anyway. I see my nurse monthly and my psychiatrist every 6 weeks or so. My meds have been the same for almost a year and I've been out of the hospital for the same amount of time so things are as stable as they're going to get. I'm not against seeing ...
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