So you were homeschooled ...

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Got a minute and a half? Pull up a kitchen chair with me and watch this quick-take video on what I remember as most valuable from being homeschooled and why homeschooling my own children is worth it.

The two things I remember most about my education? Pinterest-worthy crafts? Impressive unit studies? Nope. The biggest takeaway from homeschooling was that my parents loved me unconditionally and gave me a love for learning. I can't "do it all," but I can give that to my kids. You can too.

Turns out that's probably what they will remember anyway.

Blessings,

Laura Lee

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Laura Lee Ellis

About Laura Lee Ellis

Laura Lee Ellis is a writer, speaker, former missionary to Africa, and a second-generation homeschooler. She is passionate about world missions and the potential of motherhood in shaping culture. She has contributed to national magazines and radio and works as a writer for Sonlight Curriculum. She, her husband Nick and their three children have lived in six countries and recently returned to the States from the University of Oxford, England. She believes in the power of stories to bring people together and inspire action.
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