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Christine also has some great tips on embracing some of the spirit of unschooling. Even if you’re not, you know, one of those homeschoolers. (I kid! I kid! I love you guys, you’re great!)
Among the other gems, these great tips on the easily distracted child. I’m looking at you, Little Miss!