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When our littles get back home at the end of a very full, exciting day, they're tired. At the beginning of the year, when they're not used to it, they are VERY tired.
Elementary school has readiness tests, thousands of blogs, kindergarten round-Ups, playdates, and Boo-Hoo/Yahoo Breakfasts. Middle school did not have those same resources, so I found that he and I were very much winging it as we went along. 
Allow yourself a predetermined schedule that creates time for play, homework, snack, dinner, and some much-needed mom time.
They learned to walk and talk and they pick up things from their environment, whether we like it or not. Instead of us telling them what to learn, we ask them what they want to learn, provide opportunities for them to do so, and get out of the way.
Our Montessori goal is not to accomplish x,y, and z goals before other kids or to make sure we are perfect all the time, but to foster his own interest, ideas and desires from an early age.
As it stands, I work from home and my husband is a stay at home dad. We had choices, and we had a body to care for the kids. We were, in short, very lucky.
I hoped to have the freedom of homeschool without the need to come up with my own curriculum. But when I received the schedule, I was devasted.

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Guide to Preschools & Parents’ Day Out

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We've compiled a list of Tarrant County schools that are great options for your little ones. You’ll find a variety of curriculum choices, pricing options, and time slots.