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I remember when I had young kids - kindergarten age, and early elementary - and it was so fun to share on the blog some of the very fun things we were doing in our homeschool. There were cute art projects, fun activities in history, hands-on science things, and just the general sweetness of little ones learning. There's a tendency to get our more serious faces on as we get into the upper grades, and although we are still learning all kinds of fascinating things, there are fewer "adorable" photo opportunities where we're all doing something together. And lets' face it - unless it's a selfie, teens are not always cool with having pictures taken. So all that adds up to - or perhaps it subtracts down to - fewer blog posts sharing what we are learning. It's not just me, either - it's a general trend among homeschool bloggers, as far as I can tell.
Last year I tried to do a once weekly post talking specifically about my middle schooler. She is now a freshman, so with two high school age kids, I'm rethinking; and I'm going to try really hard to do a once weekly post about something that one or both of them has been studying. If you're homeschooling a high schooler and you blog about your studies, I would love to hear from you. Leave me a comment, and a link to your blog, and I will stop by for a visit. If you'd be interested in joining me and intentionally blogging about high school learning, let me know that too, and maybe we could make this a link-up party. I'd love to do that!
So there is the introduction! Please join me tomorrow for the first excerpt "From the High School Lesson Book"!
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