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OK, I NEED This on every wall in my classroom, and in at least one wall in every other room... Some days are certainly more trying than others... (btw the day I am pinning this was an awesome day!)

One day maybe I'll be able to be kinder to myself, until then I'll just rejoice that I'm not alone on this. :)

20 great reasons you homeschool. (For DAILY reasons to homeschool, visit my Facebook page - MaryPride !)

homeschool :)

  • Rosa Romero

    I was homeschooled because of my disability. My education was considered to be extremely inferior in college.

  • Dianne D.

    Rosa, I am sorry your experience was not as preparatory as others' experiences. I give my utmost respect for parents who homeschool their children, especially those children with disabilities. It's not easy to match the most effective curriculum to the child and their abilities. I am not sure if your parents were able to utilize the services offered to public schools with your education as they are able to where I live.

  • Dianne D.

    My advice for you is to not disparage your education prior to college, have compassion for your parents for doing the best they could, and just know you'll work a little harder to earn your degree and it will be worth it all.

  • Rosa Romero

    Which is why I try to advocate for underprivileged and disabled children whenever I can. ;)

  • Dianne D.

    Excellent!

Even parents who feel they aren't "smart enough to homeschool" can achieve these kinds of results for their children!

How do homeschooled students compare to those educated in traditional public schools? This handy #infographic breaks it down.

  • Anna Lima

    But... How about their so social skills? No one is going to hire a person who is completely sheltered and annoying.

  • Cristy v

    Social skills are better because of all the interaction they get. They are not actually at "home" all day long. But that's what I thought at first also .

And look...it even comes in HomeScholar colors! Learn why homeschooling works here: www.thehomeschola...

Rules of the classroom...so easy to make...with an old board, black matte paint and a paint marker...assuming you have whimsical penmanship!

I think these shelves are great for a homeschooling room. They look sturdy enough that my youngest would have a hard time deystroying them. The adjustable shelves make the storage of oddly shaped items easier, and I tend to have a good collection of those.