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July 28th, 2010, 03:55 PM
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Hi everyone. I have a 3 year old who I currently "homeschool" Nothing formal. Just try to fit in lessons in a fun way whenever I see an opportunity and a couple times a week, we do work out a workbook. I enjoy this time with my son and he loves it too. My issue is, I am not sure I can handle actually formally homeschooling him, but I don't like many aspects of public school, especially the may tests and long hours. DH and I *could* afford to send him to a parochial school, but that is squeezing our budget. Charter schools are in less desirable areas. Not to sound snobby.

Another thing is that I would love to be able to work a few hours out of the day. So I am wondering how challenging is it to homeschool, and is it possible to work part time and do this. Maybe have the kids do some activity out of the home while I work a couple hours and structural lessons after or before work. I am totally lost everyone. Hope someone can give me some insight.
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