Hangin’ on Ask Away Friday With the Bodaciously Boss Mrs.Tee!!!

Posted: April 5, 2015 in Vintage Curriculum
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  1. Bridget L says:

    So nice of you to join us at the Inspire Me Mondays Link-Up. I'm also impressed by those who take on the challenge of homeschooling. My daughters attended Italian Elementary School for 4 years while we lived in Sardinia. I guess I “taught” them at home — lots of work because they were not fluent in Italian. I had to translate everything, explain grammar rules, etc. It took HOURS every day. The oldest was in 2nd grade when she started so there was A LOT of catching up to do. I can look back on it now and say it was a definite success. They are 20 and 22 now — both fluent in Italian and both have a nice, open mind about living in a foreign country. Ciao!

  2. I am so STOKED you dropped by, Bridget!!! WOW, teaching your babes Italian was quite an accomplished task! Personally, I have MUCH difficulty with foreign languages as the male, female & neutral along with backwards sentences mix me up in a major way! I took German in HS and NEVER could grasp the language format but still use some words here & there today. I must admit that homeschooling is so much easier than teaching in public school as I can work on lesson plans, classroom deco, etc any
    time I want. We can break as needed, eat in the classroom, etc. While my filing system is rather large as I have to retain master copies from prek-grade12 I am blessed to have the storage room & cabinets for it all. I also have a craft storage room for supplies, a phys ed storage area, etc which helps alot. While most homeschool just their own babes, I have homeschooled several of different ages all in one classroom over the years. I must admit tho' after decades of teaching I have found myself slowing down somewhat. I enjoyed trippin' through the Inspire Me Mondays Link-Up as there was lots of far out things fellow bloggers are doing! Got some great ideas!!! Hope you visit us again soon, Bridget!!!

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