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Surprisingly, even the US State Department advocates for homeschool for older adopted children, for at least the first year they're home. The benefits are many: homeschool affords adopted children (or any children for that matter) the ability to move at their own pace and with a program intentionally designed to meet their unique needs. Homeschool provides adopted children with a teacher who knows them in and out, understands their strengths and weaknesses and loves them dearly: Mom. Homeschool also provides extensive opportunities for newly adopted children and their siblings to spend time together and build strong relationships.

Follow along with us as we attempt to homeschool a second grader, a first grader, two recent transplants from Uganda who are still mastering the English language and one wild, free-range baby. There’s never a dull moment around here!

In case you are interested, you can click here to find out why I love home school.