You Can Homeschool All Ages Together!

One of the beautiful things about homeschooling is that we can teach all of our children together. That’s called age integration. The World segregates kids into different ages to make them peer dependent, but we can allow the different ages to blend beautifully. While it is true that math needs to be taught sequentially, most other subjects are not grade specific. If you have a large family, it’s helpful for you to combine as many classes across the grades as possible. Let’s look at some examples.

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I have these great drinking cups that I got each time I purchased a large soda at the deli in my local grocery store (Publix). They are plastic with a lid which locks on so that they don’t spill. It’s great because on any given day I can have my three pet birds, my four children AND my neighbors’ five children in my living room (all at the same time). The chances of my cup being knocked over are VERY high! They are shaped, and colored like an old fashioned coca-cola glass. They say Coke or Coca-Cola all over them, just like the old glasses. They have an opening for a straw like a fast food disposable lid. Although the cup in imprinted with a notice that they are for one time use only, they are good for months, if not years of reuse with proper cleaning, care, and plenty of fresh straws.

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Merey’s Review: Salem Ridge Press

What kind of company does a homeschool graduate start? A publishing company, of course! Daniel Mills, a homeschool grad, firmly believes that what we read forms our ideas and character. As a young man, he read two very old books, At Seneca Castle and Our Fellows. After reading them, he had a strong desire to republish them. Years later, Daniel decided to do just that!

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