I’ll be speaking at the Wisconsin Parents Association conference in Oshkosh this weekend, reprising last year’s Homeschooling Boys session. I’ll also be presenting a new session, Boundless Energy: Understanding (and Respecting) Boys’ Need for Movement.
Boys, as you well know, are built for action. Staying still is not their strong suit; jumping off couches is more their speed. But that nearly constant craving for activity can wear out even the most tolerant mom. My boys get away with a lot of stuff (see picture), but at some point, even I want to turn around and yell, “Stop!”
How do you cope with your sons’ energy? Do you have any tips to help boys settle down and complete their assigned school work? Or do you eschew sit-down school work all together and plan innovative, active lessons? How do YOU help your boys learn? I’d love to share your comments, thoughts and ideas at my session this weekend.
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