GWS :: thirty-six


Perhaps some homeschooling parents worry that there are only two types of time in a day–time spent directly with a child, when you do nothing else, or time spent directly with household tasks when the child must be out of the way.  Perhaps bending these times is a more realistic, fruitful approach.  It seems to work best for us anyway!

–Susan Richman in Growing Without Schooling

issue 34 archived here.

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