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  1. I love your suggestions. Just some great ideas for homeschooling mamas who are trying to figure it out. : ) I loved your blog and would like to hear more from you in future. Thanks

  2. Hi Laura, may I asked one big question about home scholling. it looks like it can only be done by a family with good financial situation where a mother can be the home schooling teacher where she can focus with, it will be a tough decision if both parents need to work to feed up the family.

  3. Homeschooling is the part of the education. Children may learn many more things here. They share and solve their problems with the help of their parents.

  4. I found this extremely helpful. My kids aren’t to school age yet, but home school vs. public school has been on my mind a lot! I can’t wait to read the follow up article on the challenges of homeschooling.

  5. Wow, loved this article! Funny, witty, and very honest – this was my experience too before I decided to homeschool. Perhaps now you or someone else will have to write a series about why homeschool kids in America get plenty of socialization, outside interaction, free time, and childhood, since the lack of those last things concern others deeply and stereotypes still prevail. 🙂

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