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Sometimes it’s not easy to be a world citizen when you’re homeschooling full time and trying to pay for math and science books. You can create an environment, though, that gives children a window of insight and also an appetite for pursuing global experiences when they’re adults.
Watch the video below to learn more!
Combine global awareness and language arts:
The titles above are available as Arrows and Boomerangs!
I’ve been asked: “If you had to boil it down to a Top Ten List, what would you say every child should have studied before they leave home?”
I accepted the challenge and compiled a list that will help you pull back from the panic of trying to teach every single classical work of literature while covering the entire scope of Western Civilization from the dawn of time until present, as you consider each scientific breakthrough, three languages (one dead), and all composition formats.
Stop the madness! It’s possible to have a sense of satisfaction and completion even if you leave a few dangling metaphors and several centuries of war and peace un-explored.
Share the joy of reading with your kids.
Help them be critical thinkers.
Teach them math and science (and history!)
Nurture their writing skills.
Introduce them to a foreign language.
Give them the opportunity to chase at least one affinity.
Make sure they encounter different people and places.
Encourage them to perform in some way for an audience.
Help them find friends.
Most importantly, be their advocate.
Watch the broadcast below to learn more and see that the Top Ten are within your reach!
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