This week we asked Crew Members to share what their kids want to be when they grow up, no matter their present age, and what they are doing to nurture their child’s interests. Kids have so many possibilities these days for career choices. From the littlest ones to the teenagers, for whom the future is not that far away, they have inspiring ideas of what and who they want to be when they grow up. Please be sure to click through the links and read the responses our kids had to offer this week, as well as our own thoughts on their answers. I encourage you to kindly leave a comment or two and let them know you stopped by! We hope you enjoy this week’s Cruise.
April @ Heartfelt Homeschooling shares April Discusses Future Aspirations.
Christine @ Our Homeschool Reviews details A Child’s Aspirations.
Julie @ A Teaching Heart writes Lawyers, Doctors, Diver, and Cheeps – oh my!
Heidi @ Chatter, Clatter, and Things That Matter details The path to making “I wanna be…” a reality.
Kellyann @ Walking Home� says I Want to Be…
Susan @ Homeschooling Hearts & Minds writes Feed Them for a Lifetime.
Betty @ Peace Creek on the Prairie details Helping your Children Pursue their Career Goals.
Debra @ Footprints in the Butter writes When (they) Grow Up to Be…
Jennifer @ a glimpse of our life details Completion.
Laurie @ Laurie’s School Days has Tiny Dancers.
We hope you enjoy this week’s cruise. I want to give a BIG thank you to our TOS Crewmates who participated this week!
Be sure to join us next week when we ask our Crewmates, How do you juggle homeschooling a child with special needs, therapy, etc.?
This article was compiled and written by Jodi who blogs at The Homeschool Desk.
2 thoughts on “Blog Cruise- What Our Kids Want to Be”
My son and daughter want to be semi drivers!
April’s link isn’t working. Says page not found 🙂
Rani-I had one son that wanted to be a semi-truck driver and at 7th grade figured he’d had enough schooling to be one and wanted to quit school. We had a driver friend and he took our son out on a 2-week trip. My son had thought that all he had to do was drive, nothing more was involved. What a wake up call 🙂