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The Homeschool Experiment – Book Review

Austin is very eager to learn right now. I do one activity with her (and usually the other children her age) and then she is asking for something else to do. She is a sponge ready to soak up knowledge. Leaving me to looking for learning materials  for her.While looking for fun learning activities for Austin one day I came across The Homeschool Experiment blog, to say I was intrigued to learn more and continued on to read more of both Charity Hawkins’ blog and about her.

UPDATE: When I first read this book, I never in my wildest dreams thought I would be homeschooling my three children! Amazing how things change.
The Homeschool Experiment - Book ReviewThe Homeschool Experiment – Book Review

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If you have ever looked into homeschooling it can be overwhelming and, from my point of view, they all seemed to be “perfect” their children are learning everything they are suppose to, right on schedule with no fighting while having a clean house, etc. I can’t get through a fun filled day without “scheduled” learning without fighting, and umm when has my house ever been clean since having children? I hope I’m not alone in the clean house department.

You need to meet Julianne Miller. My hero. Teaching her three children about life, family and all the important learning in between. Kids are screaming, she struggles with the choice to homeschool, and she’s got to listen to the people that are telling her she can’t do, or that she is going to screw up her children. Hasn’t that thought gone through your head??

I quickly read every word in this book, it was a easy read, and well written. I would and do highly recommend it, and would love to see her have another book. 🙂

Be sure to stop by The Homeschool Experiment -a novel- website, where you can get a sneak peak at the first three chapters as well as find places to buy it, including Amazon.


 Disclosure: I received a copy of this book for the review, I received no compensation. All opinions are honest and my own. 

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