Tag Archives: Socialization

Homeschool Myths

I was reminded of this list recently as I was reading back posts on the Well-Trained Mind Forums about banishing common homeschool myths. It is worth it to repeat some of them here as either I or one of my … Continue reading

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Isn’t Socialization A Concern?

I was having a discussion this evening with a neighbor whom I also consider a friend. We have known each other 3+ years and her youngest is the same age as my oldest. We both love that our neighborhood contains oodles … Continue reading

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Review: Haystack Full of Needles by Alice Gunther

Haystack Full of Needles A Catholic Home Educator’s Guide to Socialization by Alice Gunther I had never heard of Alice Gunther. But the subtitle intrigued me. The foreword was written by Laura Berquist. But I’m not big on reading the … Continue reading

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Arrived! (Currently Reading): Haystack Full of Needles

Postmarked 8/1 & 8/2 (I ordered three books, two arrived in one envelope, one arrived in a separate envelope), three brand new copies of this book arrived at my house on 8/4. I’m trying to squeeze in a chapter here & a … Continue reading

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On Order

I ran across this book yesterday and read many of the reviews. I follow the blog of one of the author’s friends. I put one order in for myself and two for Catholic homeschool mom friends of mine. I’ll write … Continue reading

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