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I have 3 young learners and a 4 month baby. I have developed a learning program for my older girls 7 and 5 1/2, yet my 4 year old always seems to be left out. How can I incorporate her into the program so that she benefits from the day and feels apart of the family?
We are families! We homeschool or have homeschooled older children with little ones in tow. Thus, many of us have experienced this situation. Our solutions might be strikingly similar or different based on how we choose to homeschool and/or the personalities and needs of our children.
Thus, we appeal to our homeschooling peers for answers to the question:
What to do with the littles?
Share your stories and ideas with us!
We are interested in stories that celebrate finding your own way with your family and your child that are personally real and non-judgemental. Thoughtful, respectful personal commentary is also welcomed.
Vignettes are also welcomed and do not need to be of length; in fact, a paragraph will work best.
A vignette is an answer to a question or questions, or a snapshot of your life experience and is less than 500 words.
A story is a biography or story of your life experience. A commentary discusses your thoughts and feelings on a topic.
A collection of personal stories, commentary and vignettes will be used to create this page called Homeschooling with Little Ones in Tow.
You can submit your writing (story, personal commentary, vignette) to the editor at email@example.com
When addressing the editor, specify "What to do with the Littles" and give your name as you would like it published.
If you find that you have a story of length to share, follow the instructions for Guest Author in the Writer Guidelines.
We look forward to hearing from you!
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