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Surviving the Holidays Part 1 – The Homeschooling

Surviving the Holidays Part 1 – The Homeschooling

Welcome to my series on homeschooling through the holidays as a highly sensitive homeschooler.

Today is Day 1 – Homeschooling.

Homeschooling in December

It’s no secret that homeschooling can sometimes be difficult for a highly sensitive person under normal conditions.

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The Homeschool Styles vs. HSP Series #3: Montessori

The Homeschool Styles vs. HSP Series #3: Montessori

 

Photo credit (edited): Scott Robinson

Welcome to the third post in my Homeschooling Styles vs. Highly Sensitive People series: Montessori Homeschooling.

Montessori schooling is something that is traditionally done in a school building with a trained Montessori teacher and a structured, prepared environment.  However, with patience, self-education, and hard work, the Montessori style can possibly be brought successfully into the home environment.

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Ssslinking Around

Ssslinking Around

 

A few links for Sensitive Souls on a Saturday afternoon…

Is Shyness an Evolutionary Tactic? in The New York Times

Five Flavors of Homeschooling – a video from Simply Charlotte Mason

“Homeschool” – “school” = HOME at Simple Homeschool

Doing Nothing is Doing Something from Slow Your Home

Now, take two slow, deep breaths with me….

…one…

…two…

Ahhh, that’s a little better.

…many blessings for your weekend, everyone!

The Homeschool Styles vs. HSP Series #1: “School at Home”

The Homeschool Styles vs. HSP Series #1: “School at Home”

Welcome to the first post in my Homeschool Styles vs. HSP Series: “School at Home”

Many homeschoolers, particularly new homeschoolers and those with only younger children, select a homeschooling style commonly known as “school at home” or traditional schooling.

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Upcoming Series: Homeschool styles vs. HSP

Upcoming Series: Homeschool styles vs. HSP

Does anyone else feel like they need a vacation after their holiday?

I hope all of you that celebrate had a Happy Easter. What I love most about the Easter season in our religion is the joy, and how it’s encouraged to be celebrated for over a month! ¬†Lent always leaves me feeling a little beaten up and sad, and then BANG, Hallelujah! It’s Easter and all is well…

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