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#65 Homeschooling in the Early Years

I got nothing, no fancy blog post, no fancy pictures. But I figure I can post this episode or I can wait until I have time to blog about it.

In today’s episode I interview my 6 year old daughter, and then I finish it off with my thoughts on our interview. If you are homeschooling preschool-grade 1-ish I hope it is encouraging to you whether your child is behind or ahead of that arbitrary line we compare ourselves to.

Have an amazing homeschool day, and as Janiah would say… “PLAY!”


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