If soup cans didn’t have labels, we wouldn’t know if we were buying tomato or cream of celery for lunch. But when it comes to labeling what kind of homeschooler we are, do labels hurt us more than help? That’s what we’re tackling today.
What’s this episode of the Crazy Real, Real Crazy podcast about, Amy?
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In today’s What the Kids Think segment, my youngest son gives his best advice for new homeschooling parents.
In our main topic segment of today’s episode, I talk about:
- how homeschooling labels can be misused
- that most kids don’t care (or know!) what “kind” of homeschooler they are
- what kind of homeschoolers my kids consider themselves to be
- that it’s hard to label your brand of homeschooling when you can’t even label yourself
- if you do claim a label for your homeschooling, make sure you’re not a slave to that label
- why your homeschool shouldn’t look like anyone else’s homeschool!
Links I reference in this episode…
- The coffee I was drinking – Cameron’s Highlander Grogg Whole Bean Coffee
- My book —The Homeschool Highway: How to Navigate Your Way Without Getting Carsick
- I also have a blog post about homeschool labels that you can check out.
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