asks from New York
My 8 year old has no interest in school what so ever. He likes going to school but it takes him to long to finish his work , he is easily distracted and he is forgetf...
- I am an educational therapist with almost 20 years of experience working with students with learning challenges. It sounds like your son is bright but has difficulty f...
- Hi S.,
I have 3 sons--23, 22, & 9, who have all loved academics, but learned better in less traditional environments. I homeschooled the older ones, until they wen...
- Well, I can only speak from personal experience as an 8 year old, since I'm pregnant with no children.
Anyway, when I was 8, school work was incredibly boring because...
asks from Boston
Thank you for those that have responded to the actual question and not about my sons phone use at school. I am all done with this question now since so many of you are...
asks from Roanoke
My daughter starts school next year, and I'm getting ready to start looking around at the schools in our area. She is very advanced. A neighbor who taught school fo...
asks from Tampa
We will be starting a new school in the fall in which my oldest will be starting at 730am. She has to be to school by 7am in order for my youngest to get to her schoo...
asks from Washington DC
My daughter is in grade one and six and a half. As long as I can remember she has never been a fan of going to school. Kindergarten was almost a daily struggle and whe...
asks from Salinas
In reading the question asking if the poster was too late in starting to homeschool I got to thinking about this subject.
I have a college degree, in business not e...
asks from Portland
I have five stepchildren ages 12 to almost 18 and one daughter of my own, age 17. The oldest are twin boys who will be 18 on the 10th of February. They live with my hu...
asks from Los Angeles
How do you structure your morning?
What do you do first?
What do you prepare the night before (clothes? lunch)?
Are you rushing? Is it ever easy/seamless/go smoothly?
asks from Raleigh
For those of you who have high school age teenagers and are on the traditional school year, do you let your child stay up later during the summer break?
If you do, ...
asks from San Antonio
My 9 year old son wants to walk to his friend's house after school on Friday. He would be walking with his friend & the distance is probably less than a mile. The neig...