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May 2013


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Just blog here. Keep it simple.

Hi I'm Heather! Please email me when you get a chance, I have a question about your blog! LifesABanquet1(at)gmail.com

Why did you choose to home school after 5 years of Montessori? What did it entail for your to do it legally?

Hi, Dee! My son completely lost intetest in Montessori materials. His school was awesome, and strictly Montessori. So he was expected to interact with the same materials in the same way everyday in the same classroom, which he would have been in from age 3 to 6. I always knew my child would be a Montessori kid because I believe in that style, but he needed more variety and social interaction in his learning environment.

In Texas, parents naturally have legal right to educate their own children. A long as a written curriculum is used, and the basics are covered, no testing, registration or anything else is required. Also, kindergarten isn't required, so this year is a perfect one for me to start.

Hello, can you disclose the spanish immersion program your son is enrolled into? I am a SAHM with a 1 and 2 yr old and would love more info so I may start my children early. Thank you. CENJ

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