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  • malcolmrprinter
    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
    Message 1 of 5 , Oct 2, 2006
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      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
    • aparna pallavi
      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
      Message 2 of 5 , Oct 2, 2006
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        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!
         
        Aparna

        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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      • Malcolm Printer
        Dear 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
        Message 3 of 5 , Oct 5, 2006
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          Dear 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?

          Thank you.

          With love,


          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!
          >
          > Aparna
          >
          > 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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        • aparna pallavi
          Hi Malcom, Where are you based? Some time ago there was some talk of a meet in our group, but since I was travelling all the time I never found out if the meet
          Message 4 of 5 , Oct 5, 2006
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            Hi Malcom,
             
            Where are you based? Some time ago there was some talk of a meet in our group, but since I was travelling all the time I never found out if the meet was actually held. But there are certain home-schooling groups that do arrange for meetings regularly -- meetings and camps. There is also a newsletter published from Jaipur. I will let you have the details tomorrow.
             
            Aparna

            Malcolm Printer <malcolmrprinter@...> wrote:
            Dear 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?

            Thank you.

            With love,

            Malcolm R. Printer
            --- aparna pallavi <aparna_pallavi@ yahoo.co. in> 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!
            >
            > Aparna
            >
            > malcolmrprinter <malcolmrprinter@ yahoo.com> 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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          • Malcolm Printer
            Dear Aparna, Thank you. I am eagerly waiting fo rthe information. Malcolm ... ___________________________________________________________ The all-new Yahoo!
            Message 5 of 5 , Oct 9, 2006
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              Dear Aparna,

              Thank you. I am eagerly waiting fo rthe information.'

              Malcolm
              --- aparna pallavi <aparna_pallavi@...> wrote:

              > Hi Malcom,
              >
              > Where are you based? Some time ago there was some
              > talk of a meet in our group, but since I was
              > travelling all the time I never found out if the
              > meet was actually held. But there are certain
              > home-schooling groups that do arrange for meetings
              > regularly -- meetings and camps. There is also a
              > newsletter published from Jaipur. I will let you
              > have the details tomorrow.
              >
              > Aparna
              >
              > Malcolm Printer <malcolmrprinter@...> wrote:
              > Dear 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?
              >
              > Thank you.
              >
              > With love,
              >
              > 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!
              > >
              > > Aparna
              > >
              > > 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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              > > Answers India
              > > Send FREE SMS to your friend's mobile from Yahoo!
              > > Messenger Version 8. Get it NOW
              >
              >
              >
              >
              >
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              >
              >
              >
              >
              >
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