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Humanist Homeschooling
26th-Aug-2006 09:19 am
My husband and I are considering homeschooling our daughter, who will be four on Tuesday. We're Unitarians, and while we would like for our daughter to learn about various religions, we don't want to use a religious curriculum. I'd appreciate any advice you all can give on secular curricula. If we go with this--and we just started thinking about it a few days ago, so I'm both excited and panicked--it won't be for a while. We're working on phonics and such at home, but Hannah will be going to pre-K this year while we try to pay down debt and save some money.

I'd appreciate any advice you all can give.
26th-Aug-2006 04:32 pm (UTC)
Depending on the laws in your state, you might consider designing your own curriculum since your daughter is young. There are lots of resources on the internet, and a gazillion books at your local library.

This year, my 10-year-old is using Oak Meadow's Waldorf-inspired curriculum for the first time -- we haven't started yet, but I think it will be a pretty good fit for us. You can check them out at www.oakmeadow.com.

Good luck and have fun!
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