1978Re: [alt-ed-india] How do I start?
- Oct 5, 2006Dear Aparna,
Thank you for your reply. I am encouraged by it!
Is it possible for us homeschoolers, parents and
children, to meet in person: maybe have a camp or some
such event in an informal manner for even a day or
two? May I have your thoughts on this?
Malcolm R. Printer
--- aparna pallavi <aparna_pallavi@...> wrote:
> Hello Mr Malcom,___________________________________________________________
> It is not very difficult. I am sure you have been
> teaching your daughter her alphabets and numbers and
> such things at home. Just continue that process,
> lovingly and in a fun way. If you think you would
> prefer to follow a structured syllabus, you could
> just buy textbooks every year. If not, just follow
> your light and your daughter's interests.
> As for socialising, my experience says that
> home-schooled children have more time to socialise
> -- socialise in depth that is. They may have fewer
> friends, but they have more time to spend with them.
> Your child is quite small just now, but as she grows
> up she will find friends in the neighbourhood and in
> places where her interests take her. Don't worry!
> malcolmrprinter <malcolmrprinter@...> wrote:
> Dear Friends,
> How do I begin to homeschool my 4 year old daughter?
> How does she make
> friends of her age if I tutor her at home?
> I look forward to the benefits of your replies.
> Thank you!
> With love,
> Malcolm R. Printer
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