Homeschooling ABCs - Lesson D

August 24, 2009 by Terri Leave a reply »

Good morning,

Well, it is still morning here and a simply gorgeous one here in Oregon.  Summer is nearly coming to an end.  Only one Monday left to go in our August Spectacular (after today, that is!).

Go ahead and post your comments on Lesson D here.  You certainly do not have to post anything today or ever.  But if you want to be included in the drawing to win the full course on September 1st, then we ask that you post at least 1 comment per lesson.  It only takes 2 minutes so why not do it now while you are thinking about it.  We’ll draw 25 winners on 9/1 plus we are giving away 10 runner up prizes as well.  The first 25 names that are drawn will receive the remaining lessons in the course (27 lessons in all).  The runner up prize winners will receive the next 2 lessons in the series.

So take a moment and post your thoughts about Lesson D.  I look forward to reading them.

And have a great week!


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102 Responses

  1. Tiffanie says:

    This was an interesting lesson. I do appreciate the breakdown on 3 learning styles. It made me think on a deeper level as to how to best approach teaching different children. Thank you also for the suggestion to simply ask our children how they prefer to be loved.

  2. Stacy says:

    This is really tough to decipher a child’s learning mode — so much is reading at the upper elementary, that they have naturally learned to use that style over others. Not sure how to interpret their modes…

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