Episode 85 is a full show of hearing from our Cleverly Cultured kids . They chime in about their different perspectives on how their school year ended and whether or not they miss homeschooling full time. They shared their perspectives on what it’s like to attend a traditional school and how transitioning back to school was after several years of homeschooling.
Are you trying to find a way to homeschool your children? Then listen up and visit our show notes page to connect with today’s podcast cast. We will give you a taste of what homeschooling entails.
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Can you guess how many children there are on the continent of Africa. Currently, in 2022, there are about 400 million children in Africa and the number continues to increase (Source).
One does not weigh the head down with a load that belongs to the belly. ~ Yoruba proverb
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Oni means today in Yoruba.
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Cleverly Cultured Kids on Transitioning Back to School
If you listen to the episodes in season one of the Cleverly Changing Podcast, you’ll get to hear from our Cleverly Cultured Kids. During this show our children share their own and honest opinions about how they felt about attending school.
- Will we continue to keep our children in school?
- How did they feel about wearing or no wearing uniforms?
- Did they like their teachers?
- What were their favorite subjects
- We also discussed co-ops, private school, and public school.
- and more
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