Our Crazy Schedule

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I feel like I am busier than ever since I began to homeschool my three kids this fall.  There is so much more involved than the original thoughts I had of just teaching them math, reading, science, and history.

I want to make sure all three kids are exposed to the non-core classes so each week I am driving the kids around town so they can attend music classes, art classes, and exercise classes.  The thing I didn’t take in to account is that they would not all be interested in the same type of classes.  Hence, this is the reason why I am chauffeuring the kids all around town.

My youngest child enjoys a mixed dance and music class and, also, a drawing art class.  My older two kids take piano and guitar lessons, pottery class, and yoga class.

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