View Poll Results: How long have you been homeschooling now?

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  • Newbie here! Less than one year!

    21 5.88%
  • Between 1-3 years

    70 19.61%
  • Between 4-6 years

    95 26.61%
  • Over 6 years

    132 36.97%
  • Homeschool alumnus here! All homeschoolers graduated.

    16 4.48%
  • Not currently homeschooling

    23 6.44%
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  1. #101

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    Finishing up our 2nd year, grades 2 and 6. Jumping into Junior High next year and still homeschooling it!

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    We are still homeschooling my daughter will be 9 this year and my son is just getting started and he will be 6. We do belong to a mixed belief on base homeschool group. We all respect others beliefs and try not to go down any roads that may offend or cause arguments. It's mainly a social group so the kids can get out and play.

  4. #103
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    We are in our 2nd year of homeschooling, and looking forward to 1st, 2nd and 6th grades next year. I still feel like a newb! Does the feeling that your screwing everything up ever truly go away? 😨😛

  5. #104

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    We've been homeschooling since birth and my older daughters just turned 12 and will be done 'grade8' in a couple of days, my youngest is 8 and she will be doing whatever until her sisters are done this grade. We camped across Canada for 3 months last summer and learned a lot that way. So, we are going to take 2 years off of anything remotely related to any curriculum item for our province(not that we have ever been avid dedicated followers of any curriculum ever) in order to learn my first language and for my girls to learn traditional skills, etc. So, I think that means we will be pure 'unschoolers' in a few days. Truly looking forward to it.

  6. #105

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    We're still homeschooling. Working, homeschooling, and creating a self sufficient home is just consuming all our time.

  7. #106
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    Still homeschooling. Busy figuring out high school/dual enrollment.

  8. #107
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    Awesome! I almost gave up but learned more on how to get through high school. Congrats on graduating yours!

  9. #108

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    Accidental homeschooler here and loving it! Started with PreK as when we got Miss Thing, she had no vaccinations, no birth certificate. By the time we had those things, we didn't feel it was safe for her to be in the PS system with all that was going on. Now it's just habit. We change things up now and then but are loving Build Your Library. Finished 1st grade last month, before starting second we are taking a few months of just focusing on reading, math and science (her LOVE). No reading program has worked so I just read out loud to her and we use All About Spelling that I won, it seems to help a lot with her reading. I also won Apologia Science, not my thing at all but she does love it, I read out to her so am able to skip over the biblical teachings laced through it.

    I see secular schooling growing in the near future. There are several christian homeschoolers I am seeing switch to secular curriculum, keeping their religion out of the day to day subjects, that surprised me.

    I got lucky and was able to buy a used bookstore last summer, we spend our days working in there and homeschooling there, it is an amazing experience! Bookstore people rock and she is exposed to such a variety!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermom66 View Post
    Still homeschooling. Busy figuring out high school/dual enrollment.
    Kudos on the continuation, Supermom! Wanted to mention these great articles over at LetsHomeschoolHighschool.com which might be helpful in your dual-enrollment research:


  11. #110

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    We still have snow so all those outdoor traditional activities and for those I need materials from outdoors will have to wait awhile. I am a horrible blogger, I never have time but I do manage to post something once in awhile. You can find us at chakasimgirls.wordpress.com
    We will likely be spending our time trapped indoors on courses my girls are working to teach our language. Part 1 is done and ready for enrollment but we will spend the next 2 years adding to it and making it better - should anyone want to take the courses, let me know. I can forward the link - actually, you can find it on our blog site as well. Good bye books

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