July 21, 2010

Homeschool Essay at BlogHer Today... Come See!

I'm turning heads over at BlogHer about the topic of homeschooling. As you know, BlogHer is a mixed group of amazing and talented bloggers from every walk of life. How great to be able to represent homeschooling to all these women leaders - to share something that is so important to my heart - from "our" perspective.

The article is entitled:
"My Early Homeschool Journey: From Doing School to the Power of Play"

If you visit, please leave a comment there! You can even facebook connect and comment or share the article on your own profiles - or tweet about it from right there on the page.

I really enjoyed writing the article, so I hope you'll stop in to walk down memory lane with me!


Gwen T said...

Glad you're getting the opportunity to use your homeschool experience and writing talent all at once. Am checking it out now.... Btw, tomorrow I'm reviewing various homeschool curriculum and how we went from being strict ABeka to the complete opposite - it's neat to be able to look back and see how God works as we grow, isn't it?

Sprittibee said...

It's all good. I enjoyed the writing assignment because it helped me remember the fever and joy of those fun first years. They fizzle out some when Junior High gets here and the changes of maturity begin. It is good to remember why you started - and to rekindle the old fires. ;)

heidi said...

I absolutely agree! The less my kids are in workbooks and are experiencing and experimenting the more they retain and they can attach a memory to what they've learned. And in the end, we had fun in the process.

Gwen T said...

You asked so here it is :) I linked with you because your article was so good!

Theresa said...

Hi Heather. I am visiting for the first time here. Great blog. I look forward to reading more.

Kim said...

I loved your article! We are also hands on homeschoolers. Unit studies work really well for us.

Sprittibee said...

Homeschooling rocks, doesn't it? :)



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