View Poll Results: Weekly Poll: When do you start the day's lessons?

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    13 76.47%
  • Afternoon

    3 17.65%
  • Evening

    2 11.76%
  • Night

    2 11.76%
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    I just meant when you start homeschooling. Whether it's sitting and instructing, starting up the computer for online courses, heading out for the day, or just getting going for a day of unscripted natural learning. (class/session/etc)

    And yes, I have lessons with some of my kids, some of the time. Before my oldest headed to college, she had a literature course with her younger sister. We read, analyzed, and discussed. I give my 5-year-old instruction on handwriting, etc.

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  3. #12

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    Usually 9/9:30am for us, unless it's a day that I work an evening at the library and my daughter is coming with...she will start later in the day on those days since she does independent work while at the library.
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    Our little night owl gets up sometime around 10 or 11 and we start out slow usually doing 'watching work' over breakfast - Usually a PBS Kids show of some sort. We then work on and off throughout the afternoon/evening. We have learned to be careful not to have anything too heady left for after 8pm, but music, art, reading and games are fine.

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    I am an early riser. Usually I am up by 6:00. Dd is up around 9:30. I have come to rely on that time in the morning before she is awake to plan, research, and organize. We start school around 10:30.
    ​​~ DD-13 homeschooled
    ~ DS-17 formerly homeschooled, now attending private school

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Weekly Poll: When do you start the day's lessons?