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  1. I am so thankful to have you as a resource and to hear what works for you as you train your children in the way they should go! Keep up the great work. You are a tremendous blessing.

  2. This year my k will be working on habits and soccer, as well as classes at our co-op. My 7th grader has co-op, guitar, life skills, electronics and latin, seems like a lot, still working out a schedule for it all 🤪

  3. Way back when my son was 15 (he just turned 50) he apprenticed with an architect because he really was interested in that as a career. CAD was fairly new at the time and his mentor had studied the program. My son went into the system with the mentor and then starting teaching other architects who were friends of his mentor. He accomplished several electives within that 9 month period.
    It is so worth it to let them pursue their passions – just takes some legwork or a bit of networking in your community. Don’t settle for the same old same old

  4. We do a 4 day school week with curriculum and the 5th day is Home Economics where we clean,cook, and do laundry. I’ve done this for years, and it helps SO much. It leaves our weekends free for family time. We also do first Friday field trips. The first Friday of every month we go on a field trip. I plan them during the summer. I’m on year 11 of homeschooling, and I love getting tips from others so I hope this tip helps others.

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