Every year when we get to November and December we start to evaluate our homeschool journey. What worked? What didn’t? It’s also a great time to decide whether or not we will continue to homeschool. In our home, the decision has always been up to the children. I always ask, should I apply my homeschooler for school?
I did receive 3 Rubik’s cubes and 1 on 1 instruction. This was to facilitate this post and all opinions shared here are 100% my own.
Throughout my life, I have picked up the
Using the Rubik’s Cube for Learning
Have you had the talk yet? You know the one I am talking about. I am not referring to the stork, some magical garden, or some easy to digest story for where babies come from. I am talking about the actual talk about where babies come from.
As my daughter gets older I find that we are having to revisit the topic. This can be such a difficult topic to broach with your children. You have to be careful not to over or under share with your child while giving them a realistic perspective of sex. I thought today would be a good day to focus on some of the questions you need to ask as you set up your homeschool sex education program.