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June 08, 2007

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Shawna

Angel, could you just come over and spend the afternoon with me??? We would have SO much to talk about!

Thank you for this post. It really helps me in my thinking this summer about creating (or re-creating) our environment. Unless you experience this journey of homeschooling with so many ages and abilities, one cannot ever appreciate the amount of thought required to do it well!

I too just purchased the Pink Tower, and what do you know, Thing 1 and Thing 2 love it. I do put it away for a few days and then take it out again, to "keep it new". I am loving this stage, Thing 1 is nearly 2 and Thing 2 will be right behind her come September. There are new possibilities on the horizon..possibilities that don't involve cupboard locks! This summer is proving to be an essential time for me, to catch my breath and think and observe. I don't think the learning curve ever stops for the homeschooling mom.

Jennifer

I love to read all of your thoughts on this - especially the way you are approaching it with all the different ages. I am so interested in Montessori, but also so overwhelmed. In the end, I don't think it's for me right now.

Meredith

WEll said, and I really think you are on the right track with your approach for each individual child. Thanks for sharing! Blessings!

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