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Homeschooling driving you crazy? Turn Chores into Lessons

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When my children were of school age and I made extended overseas trips each year, they travelled with me, often being out of school for as long as two months at a time.

At first, I would try to follow the prescribed curriculum sent home by their teachers, but I soon realized that it was neither practical nor necessary to hand my child sheets to fill in or have them read books about things they weren’t experiencing.

Don’t get me wrong, my kids had excellent educators and what they were taught in school is helping them even today as young adults, but I would humbly like to offer a different approach to homeschooling when one has a child temporarily out of the classroom.

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