La Paz Farm blog asks: What makes a good day of learning? And provides some beautiful answers.
Then there’s Suzanne Temple’s take: Inch by inch
And Karen Edimsten’s first thoughts ont he subject of a good day’s learning and second thoughts.
And then Melissa Wiley addresses the topic, from the perspective of slowing down, finding a rhythm, and not trying to cram too much in.
I don’t really have any thoughts of my own to add, as I’m not homeschooling yet. For me a good day is one when I put my own needs and desires aside and get down on the floor and laugh with Bella. For Bella learning happens naturally as breathing and painfully as the dozen times a day she falls and screams. I hope that learning will continue to be as natural and beautiful but that we can keep the bumping and screaming to a minimum.
(Because I have to be a completist.)
Karen responds with a post collecting good learning days. She includes some that I missed and says some very nice things about me. Thanks, Karen.
Karen updates the list here.
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