What does delayed academics look like in a homeschool program? How do families come to choose this important educational philosophy? Here are four collected articles from around the web that begin to answer this question.
In On Waiting for Reading Readiness, a homeschooling mother shares how she grew into the understanding of waiting until her daughter was ready to read.
Another mother shares in Methods Monday: Delayed Academics what the concept looks like in her home with her children.
Dawnita explains in Delayed Academics how the first book she read on homeschooling introduced her to the idea of delayed academics.
The Moore Formula is the first introduction many homeschooling families have to delayed academics. This summary article of the Moore Formula describes what homeschooling looks like when you put off formal instruction.
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Freedom and Flexibility come with giving your children extra time when they need it. It’s so important to just play and have fun with them. Thanks Ann!