Today, we share the many ways that we might complete the sentence: "You might be a homeschooler if..."
...people at the store ask your kids why they aren't in school.
...your 4 year old runs through the house squealing when she finds the missing South Carolina puzzle piece she has been searching all week for.
...one of your all-time favorite Christmas gifts was a laminator.
...you've occasionally taught princesses, brides, cowboys, and super heros (complete with mask) and girls with hair set in rollers.
...you can go on vacation during school without needing a note.
...you take field trips whenever you want (without the worry of parental consent slips). (Ralene)
...your "online playtime" involves looking at teaching and homeschooling blogs.
...you don't need a note from the dentist/doctor/
orthodontist for missing school.
...you use 'Transformers" to develop fine-motor and critical thinking skills and the washing machine for teaching math and life skills. (Beth)
...nice, well-meaning folk ask your six-year-old, "Where do you go to school?" and she responds, "Huh?"
...your child has no idea what grade he (or she) is in.
...you spend more on printer ink than you do on food. (ok, maybe not quite...).
...you are on a first-name basis with the librarians at the public library.
How would you complete the sentence?