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July 17, 2009


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I've just stumbled on your blog and thoroughly enjoyed reading your post on Montessori. I too believe that the great thing about homeschooling is that one does not have to stick to a fixed curriculum. It lends itself excellently to the type of activities as you described in the farm school model. I'll be watching this space and have just bookmarked your blog.


Thanks for the post and links, Angela! I had read a bit about the farm school before but had forgotten about it. Looks like I have lots to read! I *love* the farm school idea. It's great that you can do that on your own land, because $25K a year room/board/tuition is a little steep, don't you think? ;-) Wonder what I can do on .19 acres, LOL. Did you know your vegetable garden is more than twice the size of our entire lot?

Jennifer Mackintosh

This is so interesting, Angela! I can't wait to read more about your plans! This does seem so completely right up your alley!!!!! How perfect? A Farmschool!

I'm very intrigued and can't wait for your next post!


Dear Angela,
So glad you posted on this I have seen it before, but could not work out how to fit it into real life, so to speak. I will be reading a bit more about it and see what I come up with. Thanks for the links.

By the way I have passed on a "true Heart" award to you form my blog. I believe you are a true inspiration
God Bless

John Walker

Dear Angela,
My son is also Gareth... and I am interested in putting in a veggie garden at his school (providence montessori, Lex KY)
Thanks for all the links.
John Walker

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