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Oddly Im in sixth grade and I barely have any homework but in fifth grade I was litterally up until 2:00 a.m. each night.
by demigod7 on 4/25/2011 12:09:50 PM
I am homeschooled by choice and it is really the best thing for me. I don't believe everyone can do it because you need to have that type of independence. For me, I am always learning outside of paper and pen, usually my computer and books are how I learn. Although I am going to take some courses at a public school next year, I am just doing that for the social. Yes when being homeschooled, it is very hard to make friends but since I haven't been my whole life and go out with friends, I always make new buds and stuff. But I love homeschooling, I found my passion of writing my own blog and have been getting even more famous. The only draw back is not going to school and talking.
by AllAboutJane on 4/25/2011 11:48:15 AM
i SOOO want to be home-schooled. but my paretns work, and i probably will forget hhow 2 make friends.
by I<3gurrls! on 4/25/2011 10:23:51 AM
I'm in sixth grade and we barely have any homework! In fourth grade it was like 3 things in each subject per night. It was insane. Next year in Jr. High it is going to be 10x worse that now.
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