The Reason Why I Homeschooled My Children May Surprise You

The Reason Why I Homeschooled My Children May Surprise You

The Reason why I homeschooled my children may surprise you. Or, maybe not.

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Why It's Okay That Children's Classics Lack Diversity

Why It's Okay That Children's Classics Lack Diversity

Children don't think in constructs of race, religion, or color. They learn to think in social constructs as they grow older and begin to recognize different skin colors, to understand different religions, and the different races. 

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How to Teach Children to Love Books

How to Teach Children to Love Books

I learned to read in the first grade. My teacher, Mrs. Gilman, was tall and dressed in a blouse and skirt--down to the knees--wearing black pumps and bright red lipstick. She was stern, but she had a friendly face. Mrs. Gilman taught me to read when I was six, and it unlocked the door to another world for me; a world of interesting characters where anything was possible. 

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