Posts Tagged ‘Homeschool’

In light of my thoughts on Public school I wish to share this info.. Amazing ideas coming from all directions! GO Homeschoolers!

Homestead Honey

For the past few months, I’ve been part of a group of parents that are working together to create a Waldorf-inspired homeschool cooperative.  This year we have been meeting once a week and taking turns leading circles, songs, stories and crafts for nine children, ages 2-5.  Next year, our numbers will grow a bit, and we began to wonder how we could best meet the needs of our children as they enter kindergarten.  While we’re all committed to homeschooling, we also wanted to create regular, structured opportunities for the kids to learn and create together.

After much visioning and communication, we have decided to hire a part-time Waldorf teacher for next school year.  We are so excited to move forward with this plan, and have created a job description that we’d love to circulate far and wide. It’s a unique position in that we’re able to offer room, board, and…

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HI Savages!

I am gonna be in and out of the “dashboard” As we are downsizing housing for several years to save the moolah to get our homestead in the Northwest purchased! So we are moving to a very teenie house or apt with cheap rent, buy local foods and take the bus or walk!

So we are packin’ and yard salein’, etc. so I will be writing when I can, and sharing some great stuff in the meantime!

Today I want to share about Kids: We homeschooled and there are many reasons why. the following are articles, vids  and blogs that speak in detail to why we did…

Teacher’s resignation letter: ‘My profession … no longer exists’

Facebook posting on drugging of our children, including great articles and vids( Disclaimer>> CCHR has fantastic and factual vids, but remember they are a Scientology arm! )

 

Is the Lockout/Lockdown Approach to School Lockdowns Dangerous?

 

A Misdiagnosis, Anywhere

Peter R. Breggin

Peter R. Breggin, a psychiatrist in Ithaca, N.Y., is the author of more than 20 books and the director of the Center for the Study of Empathic Therapy, Education and Living.

 

Happy Reading! Tomorrow I might get to something called Radical Homemaking or Homekeeping! Something i have been doing foe years is becoming quite the political movement! ( shakes head)

Namaste’

The Savage