Math, language arts, history, geography and science isn’t it?
Well the fact that we homeschool our children means we can do things different doesn’t it? Do we have to just do math and science and language arts??? Of course not. We can mix things up a bit with our students and that’s a very good thing.
So just what are the extras?
Poetry, horsemanship, archery, art, physical education, archaeology, field trips, political science and so much more.
There are so many things we can add to our children’s education. Things that some might say are simply extras, but I think are a vital part of educating our children.
Being surprised at how a task can be done so differently by two people. It’s amazing.
And suddenly develop a father son bonding time that you didn’t expect.
Doing regular service with an agency in need of help builds community bonding and teaches
children so much about others. Seeing others through their eyes is helpful as well.
You can make the Middle Ages come alive.
And listen to your child tell you how things would really be back in the day.
I am Annette @ A Net in Time.
I am a child of God, much loved by my pastor hubby, and caring for a delightful boy. We follow a mixed up style of homeschooling, on a casual year round basis. We learn, we love, we enjoy life. We serve God as best we can while we raise our bunny rabbits. 🙂