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Pamela Ray is a 20 something, mom to two and wife to a U.S American Soldier. Over my 20 something years of life, I've learned a few things about kids and they way they function, or don't function if your kids tend to be like mine! My beautiful babies are Jacob, who is 2 going on 23 and Aubree, who is a whopping 3 months old, she's still shiny and new! If my two babies weren't enough to keep me busy, I figured I'd make it real exciting and throw some more toddlers and kids into my house add one part toys, two parts hotdog and peaches, shake it all up and call it daycare! No, I'm not crazy :) There is never a dull moment around here. I'm excited to share my two cents on parenting and the survival of toddlers, newborns and turds...Oh, and everything else in between, which as many of us parents know, is a heck of a lot of stuff!

  1. Guest says:

    Hi, my name is Shelly and I have a 4yr old who is already in a preschool but I would like to supplement some of the things he is learning now. I have tried to look up a few homeschooling sites, but some of them seem to be confusing and the other ones do not seem to have what I am looking for. I am at a lost with the homeschool curriculums. Do have any sites that you can recommend?

    • Pamela Ray says:

      Hi Shelly, My suggestion would be this: if your son is already in preschool I would try to follow along with what they are already doing. You should be able to get some insight from the teachers about what they are teaching that week and you can elaborate future from there. If you feel that he is grasping what he’s learning during school and want to try to add more into his learning then I would go above and beyond what the school is already doing. Rather than looking up ‘homeschooling’ try ‘online preschool’. That’s how I found what my son and I use. I more or less used sites online to build a curriculum for us to follow. I then picked up workbooks from retail stores and matched the workbooks relative to what the curriculum was suggesting. I add my own things that I want my son to focus on as we go. Chances are at your sons school they focus mostly on play based learning so you might want something a bit more structured or ‘sit down’ learning while at home. If you are not able to purchase workbooks try looking online for printable sheets. If you are part of a social media site like Facebook.com you should be able to find actual homeschooling groups on those sites that can follow along and where you can find better suggestions on actual homeschooling curriculums.


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