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    Quote Originally Posted by lostrin View Post
    Everyone will have different experiences but for us, unschooling was our preferred approach. I wanted my girls to choose what to learn and so we just followed their leads. It turned to be very successful. Our oldest was interested in theatre from a very young age and she just graduated with her Masters in Musical Theatre. When she was deciding on colleges she said in no uncertain terms that she would not go anywhere unless all the courses in the program had to do with theatre. It really is amazing to let them decide for themselves.
    That's good to hear. I'm glad that worked out for your daughter. Like her, all I wanted to be since I was seven years old was an actor. My parents supported that choice but they wanted me to go to college, which I did and got a BA in theater. Looking back though I wish I had chosen to not go to college and study at a conservatory or privately in NY or LA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eviepennydad View Post
    Yeah, I agree. I just hope, like you, I end up enjoying math as well.
    I hope you do as well. There's always the option of getting a tutor, maybe your wife is mathy and can handle one subject, etc. There are different routes to take. Have a good weekend.
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    --Kelly--Atheist/Accidental/Alternative Homeschool Mom to one great daughter in southern Iowa since 3/1/10. Tenth Grade: Saxon Algebra-2, Holt Geography, Holt Biology, myPerspectives-10/Creative Writing, Spanish-2, and Computer Science.

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