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    I have renegade tomatoes! Children of the Great Tomato Hedge of 2018. Ive been distracted, and when I went outside to look at the overgrown garden, I...
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    I had sort of a surreal experience at the library this week - I felt like I was surrounded by homeschoolers! DS7 was doing Speech therapy, I was...
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    Glad to hear your lung will be okay, Inmom! Ive been busy trying to get schoolwork going around here. The cat is helping, at least. For a...
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    Welcome! I can tell you from experience... traveling and vacationing when public schools are in session is the best! Our family likes going to...
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    Welcome! You may want to look for curriculum individually, instead of a “complete”, especially since you may want to spend more time focused on...
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    Welcome! We are in San Diego, too, and also go with a charter. (A different one!) History books, especially those aimed at elementary ages, are...
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    @NZ - it looks like probably not. Im not sure if this would apply to you:...
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    (Wow! I dont know why your post was in moderation! ) I think it isnt effectively taught in schools because until one has money, it’s a conceptual...
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