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June 17, 2006


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Hey, I think you'd be up to the challenge!

Love, Amy
who had the misconception at first you didn't do math.

And now wishes you could teach her some.

Guess you'll be spending a lot of time on Wikipedia . . .

Oh, how I love Alex's brain! He sounds so much like me when I was a kid. When my parents homeschooled me, I spent hours in the library reading Scientific American and various other scientific magazines. I thoroughly enjoyed it, even though it was over my head. Perhaps a science camp might be in order for him? Or maybe an interest group with some other homeschooled kids?

One of the best things about homeschool is that the parents learn right along with the kids.

It is Alex, right? I thought it went (from oldest to youngest) Alex, Marty, Joe, then Pete. I hope I'm right.

While you're teaching him, can I send my son over to your house too? We're only about a thousand miles away, and he wants to learn things like that too.

Actually, my local library has college courses on DVD from "The Teaching Company," so over the summer the 8 year old has already requested the Algebra class and wants to learn Italian. You might check into your own library and see if they have any Teaching Company courses for loan.

sounds like my kind of kid!
Pascal, he would love Pascal (and pascal was a good Catholic, too!)

This made my day! What a kid!

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