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Posts Tagged ‘ socialization ’

Homeschool Socialization During Covid

Homeschool Socialization During Covid

Many families are concerned about homeschool socialization. Here are 5 tips to keep your homeschoolers socially connected during COVID.
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Social Distancing Activities For Kids

social-distancing-activities

Explore these social distancing ideas to keep you and your homeschoolers connected and entertained during these tough times.
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Internet Safety For Kids

how to explain internet safety to a child

Learn about keeping your kids safe with these online safety tips and resources.
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Timeout Chair for Bad Homeschool Critics

Timeout Chair for Bad Homeschool Critics

Mom is mad at you! You have used poor logic to attack homeschool parents or students, and so you’ll just have to be sent to the Timeout Chair until mom decides to let you off! Public apologies help. U.S. Education Secretary King Open Letter to U.S. Education Secretary King Who Says Homeschoolers Would Be Better Off...
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Socialization: The “S” Word

What is socialization? Studies showing the comparison of the social adjustment of homeschoolers vs. school children. Articles about the social skills of homeschooled children and the effect on their development by being around adults a lot.
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Writing Your Own Script, by Corin Goodwin

Writing Your Own Script, by Corin Goodwin

Does your gifted or 2e child have enough friends? What qualifies as “enough”? Whom should they be friends with and how can they keep those friends? Parents of gifted and 2e kids are often faced with these concerns. We want our children to have fulfilling social lives, as well as intellectual ones, but when...
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Foundations for Successful Homeschooling

Foundations for Successful Homeschooling

Those with large families often wonder, “How can I be successful when homeschooling my family when my state requires me to report?”
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What About Socialization

Top 10 Socialization Homeschooling Responses by Pam Hartley 10. We’re training him to like isolation so that he can be an astronaut. 9. Socialization? We’re Republicans! 8. Don’t worry. We get together with other kids twice a week so he can learn how to spit on them and treat them disrespectfully. 7. We do Unit Studies on Socialization, and also Hair Washing, Clothes Folding,...
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Two Women Meet At A Playground

Two women meet at a playground, where their children are swinging and playing ball. The women are sitting on a bench watching. Eventually, they begin to talk. W1: Hi. My name is Maggie. My kids are the three in red shirts –helps me keep track of them. W2: (Smiles) I’m Patty. Mine are in...
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The Well-Adjusted Child, by Rachel Gathercole

The Well-Adjusted Child, by Rachel Gathercole

Socialization may well be the single most important aspect of education today. With high and rising rates of divorce, drug abuse, youth violence, alcoholism, teen promiscuity, and so forth, we cannot afford to let this issue go unexamined.
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Socialization: The “S” Word Part 1

By Ann Zeise Email me about socialization questions or remarks you’ve heard and how you responded, and I’ll add the most poignant or funny here. Please refer to the “Socialization” article when you write. Homeschool Alumni Socialization Blues “Socialization Blues” by Israel Wayne, performed at the 2006 Homeschool Alumni National Reunion, July 28-30. “Aren’t you...
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