Learning a great work ethic! Such an important part of homeschooling!I'm planting 1/4 acre this year, and my sons are a bit too young to help (ages 7, 4, and 2). I could use some extra hands! :-)I have been thinking of taking on a farm volunteer with WWOOF, but am not sure how well that would work out with our small children at home...Now I'm just rambling!Happy planting!Pennyhttp://all-natural-mama.blogspot.com/
Love it!!! :) We educate at home as well. Is it required of you, in your state, to turn in a log/portfolio of what your children have done during the "school" year? If so, I would *love* seeing how you do this! :) Thank you for sharing your pictures with us!
Enjoyed the photo series. It is so important to learn about the animals and their care. He is getting a good start it looks like! Gee, it seems like a short time ago, you got your first horse and now you have three!!Making progress!!...debbie
I have often said that the best learning is life-learning!! My workshop of "Homeschooling as a Lifestyle" is my most popular speaking/workshop topic.Great inspiration!Blessings from Ohio...Kim<><
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