Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Posts to Share

Here are some blogposts which you might be interested in taking a peek at.  Wait, let me rephrase that with correct grammar, as a good homeschooler should.  Ahem.  Here are some blogposts in which you might be interested in taking a peek.  :)

From Guilt-Free Homeschooling, The Bottom 10 Worst Parts of Homeschooling, and some coping strategies.

From Ladies Against Feminism, Child-Rearing is Soul-Winning, Or Not.

Also from LAF, A Great Opportunity.  What I like about this little promo is that we are given some great reasons why girls ought to be taught to communicate well.

From Harmony Art Mom, Our Children Haven't Changed - Math Standards Have, and a follow-up post that answers some of the subsequent comments.

An insightful post written by a teen at Throwing Pebbles, Life in a Freefall.

And here's one by Cary Schmidt that is near to my heart, since I am married to my pastor, Before You Criticize Your Pastor.

5 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for linking back to my blog post! It means so much to me--it's weird to think that me, a 15 year old, can write something that adults would think is interesting. :)

    Thanks so much for the support!

    Becca Danielle

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  2. Ooooh, thanks! Now to find more time for reading...
    Jenn
    PS. I did read the math standards one this week, too. I agreed with Barb 100%.

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  3. Thanks for sharing, Sally. I'll have to read through some of these. I subscribe to Barb at Harmony Art Mom's blog, so I saw the math standards article. Though I could agree in part, I'm just not there yet. With a Bachelor's in engineering, I confess that I've groomed my kids toward higher maths and sciences, whether they want to go or not (LOL). I won't argue my case here, but simply say that I'm glad you shared what promises to be interesting reading!

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  4. Sent you an email at the address you provided on my blog. I'm hoping it didn't go to your spam folder!

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  5. Hi Belinda,
    Having a bachelor's degree in biology and chemistry, I do understand you steering your kids towards math and science. We just aren't going that direction. I am not completely where Harmony Art Mom is, either, but I sure do understand her thinking. I like anything that looks like relaxed learning, and I just don't go for the world's definition of "success". It takes all sorts of people to make the world go around. :D

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