A Hodgepodge View of Homeschooling From Multiple Ages

If you give a child an iPhone and ask him to snap a few photos of what he enjoys about homeschooling, this is what you might get. Each of my children offer a snapshot into their homeschool life today. From kindergarten to elementary and middle to high school…

A Hodgepodge View of Homeschooling From Multiple Ages www.hodgepodge.me

 This homeschool moment brought to you by trying-to-be-patient little brother (waiting for big sister to finish math).

Homeschool Photos by My Children

Kindergartener's view of #homeschool www.hodgepodge.me It’s just fun!” ~ kindergartener

Second Grader's view of #homeschool www.hodgepodge.me Second grader – “handwriting, math, English and spelling!

Middle schooler's view of #homeschool www.hodgepodge.me I really like having free time and not having to be in a classroom for eight hours a day. I can pick strawberries, be with my brothers and sisters, bake and watch birds.” ~ Middle Girl (6th Grader)

Middle Girl's nature view of #homeschool www.hodgepodge.me

“We were going over to swing on the old swing set and we saw a dove fly away. Another day we went to swing and a dove flew away again. That’s when we noticed the nest. I took at picture of the mother dove watching us from up on the branch. And I used the zoom lens to get a picture of the dove nest. The other picture is of the strawberries growing in our planter on the patio. We saw a squirrel eat one!” ~ Middle Girl

Ninth Grader's View of Homeschooling www.hodgepodge.me Time for learning about technology is great. I also like being able to do my math on the computer.” ~ 9th grader, high school

high school view of #homeschool

10th grader – My Eldest Girl put together this collage of her view of homeschooling. It includes: her keyboard, laughing at Steak & Shake after a drama troupe performance, a trip to a local waterfall. Also other activities she enjoys: the youth group lead team, drama troupe, praise band, youth camp, paging at our state’s capitol and hiking at the park.

 

Mama's view of #homeschool www.hodgepodge.me

It’s interesting to see and hear about my children’s perspective of homeschooling. Somewhat similar to my view, maybe?

 

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Joining with the wonderful fellow bloggers of iHomeschool Network today. Be sure to click over and take a look into all the kid’s views of homeschooling!

So, is it what you expected?

About Hodgepodgemom

Tricia faces a daily dose of chaos homeschooling five children. The biggest lesson she’s learned? At the end of the day – when the dishes are put away and the children are tucked in bed – truly what matters is each child’s relationship with the Lord. Raising children is a God-given privilege and, folks, the time is short.

Comments

  1. What a fun idea! I imagine my kid’s view would be similar.
    Blessings,
    Dawn

  2. Jennifer says:

    What English are you using in the second graders view point?

  3. What a neat post! And I have a similar stack of books on one of my coffee tables right now, and normally the dinning room table most of the day too.
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  4. Jessica says:

    Great post! So cool to see it through each person’s ‘eyes’. I have the same blue Nike’s too!

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