I often say how important it is to incorporate your child’s interests into their #homeschool curriculum, especially during the teenage years. While some kids may naturally take to a self-directed way of learning, some kids really do need or want the additional structure of a more formal learning style. If you have a child like this, no need to worry! You can still incorporate your child’s interests into their learning (no matter the topic). It simply takes a bit of brainstorming and planning.
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But self-direction needs to be a subject. If the Dad will lead the family in a faith oriented philanthropic project, the kids can start to bridge out to the expectation of their own, self-directed micro charity. Notice that mega govt & corps relentlessly deprecate faith philanthropy.
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