UnschoolingParenting Food for Thought
If you spend your whole life learning, why do so many think a child MUST learn something by a certain age during the constraints of their time in public school?With the modes of easy transportation in today's world, why do so many people in mainstream believe a homeschooled child does not get any socialization?When people […]
If you spend your whole life learning, why do so many think a child MUST learn something by a certain age during the constraints of their time in public school?

With the modes of easy transportation in today's world, why do so many people in mainstream believe a homeschooled child does not get any socialization?

When people are pulling their kids out of public schools by the droves, what does this say?

Why are children raised in the same manner as someone's dog with exaggerated praises of Good Boy! or dislike of Bad Girl! Punishments and rewards for the "tricks" you want them to perform? Think about it, children are treated as you would treat a dog! Not all of course but there seems to be a trend there.

We live in a land of freedom yet children are and most likely always are a slave and servant within the household until reaching the age of 18 within many households.

If learning is natural and part of human nature, then why do so many feel it needs to be forced?

Where were we before all the "labels" for learning disabilities?

Why is it, the focus is on a child's negative behaviors rather than celebrating them for their individual being in their entirety?

If public schools are failing so miserably, then why are those who decide on alternative paths so criticized?

Where or who would your child be, if you simply got out of their way?

What would need to happen for public schools to thrive and be a success?

Is a child an invited guest in your home? A burden? A blessing?

When parents of public school children ask " How can you be with your child 24/7 and not go insane?" My adult daughter's reply is ........." How can you a public school parent with children in after school programs and activities and your work schedule afford to MISS so much time with them?"

Why is so much emphasis put on a child going to college or getting a job with the thought a homeschooled child will be unable to do so? There are other choices one can make in life as well and IF they decide on college and corporate jobs, they will be able to do those too!

Just a few thoughts to chew on this morning! Have an Amazing Day!

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