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...As Long As You Don't Turn Them Into Weirdos: our homeschool journey @ The Smiley Academy :-)

4.25  ·  Rating details ·  4 ratings  ·  2 reviews
This book is a recounting of our family's journey through the process of starting public school. Then how and why I decided to take my kids out and find a different way to do education. This story takes the reader through the years - all the worry, fear, failures - triumphs, and successes. If I can do it...you can do it.
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Published December 19th 2017 by Xulon Press
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Thibodeaux
Feb 14, 2018 rated it really liked it
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If you've ever wondered why someone would choose to school their kids at home, if you've ever wondered if there's the possibility that you might have a better answer for your children's learning style and abilities, I recommend you read this book.

This book is not a "how to" map of the journey from public school to homeschool. This book is not a debate about the merits of public vs homeschooling. This book is one woman's answer to the question, "What made you decide to homeschool your kids?"

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Tabitha C
May 29, 2018 rated it liked it
Easy to read. Good advice for high school years. Not really what I was expecting, because it was a virtual public school they used. And the use of “councilor” instead of the correct term “counselor” was slightly annoying, and should have been caught in editing.
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