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    Nancy Larson Science receives 12 thumbs up from my family of six! We used NLS levels 2, 3, and are currently using level ...
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    Ok, I have to admit my boys USUALLY get along better since they have been homeschooled vs. when they went to public school! They share a room AND they are home together all day! Mom's main issue is that when they DO have an off day...they are a lot larger than before SO any bickers or fights become Mom wrestling 2 giants apart!
    How do you handle personal/sibling conflict within your homeschool?
    We had this, this week. Tuesday was an OFF day for all the kids! A houseful of daycare kids were horrid and my boys got into the biggest bickering fight in a long time. And Mom learned that my almost 16 year old and 17 year old DO know some swear words! NOT A FUN DAY! I was ready to cry. Was a long and cruddy day.
    Usually when it happens, it is JUST my boys having an off day. They lose Xbox, DS, TV or whatever deems necessary. This week, it was just Xbox but is could have/should have been LOTS more! If hubby had been home, he is much stricter than I. So, depending on the circumstances....the punishment fits the crime!
    How do you handle personal/sibling conflict within your homeschool?
    Click here to tell us!
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