Brooke-15 year old, only child, homeschooled by mom.

by Brooke Weatherfield
(Nantucket Island)

9:00am-10:00 Wake up, eat, make bed, relax, etc.
10:00-10:30 Bible study(I'm Christian).
10:30-11:00 Literature
11:00-11:30 History
11:30-12:00 Lunch/Playtime/Artwork
12:00-1:00pm Advanced Math
1:00pm-2:00 Nuclear physics
2:00-2:30 TV time
2:30-3:00 Computer time
3:00-4:00 Prayer time
4:00-5:00 Piano lesson
5:00-6:00 Eat dinner
6:00-6:45 Family time
6:45-7:00 Shower
7:00-7:30 Family story time
7:30-8:00 Dessert
8:00 Bed time

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Nov 04, 2011
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fantastic job!!
by: Nazia (UK)

I am really inspired by people like yourself, I have recently started to homeschool my 5 yr old daughter. My faith plays a strong part in this. It is hard work to ensure your child gets the best education in a nurturing environment.

Jul 17, 2011
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Sorry about the Anonymous comment
by: Marianne

Hello Brooke and Cassandra,

I have deleted the response from Anonymous which Cassandra was responding to.

I am sorry, Brooke, that this comment was displayed on the site and for the unhelpful, rude, discouraging comments in the comment.
I have banned the author.

Thankyou Cassandra for your response.

Kind regards,
Marianne

Jul 17, 2011
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Response to the Anonymous Coward
by: Cassandra Deriboklou

What an uneducated fool you are Anonymous.

Brook did not say she slept for 13 hours, she simply gave the time she rose in the morning.
You have made your own ill-informed deductions, which I'm sure are quite wrong.

You have attacked Brooke's mother for wanting to give her daughter a frist class educational experience, one that is free from people like you who sit in blatant judgement of the choices of others. At least Brooke has a mother who is unselfish enough to give up her own desires to see that her child receives the best in learning. Choosing to home educate is a huge sacrifice for mothers because we make a conscious decision to put our children first and not our careers.

In future, should you wish to participate on this site, please use some common decency - if you have any, and refrain from illiterate language.

Brooke - pay no attention to the rot this person wrote. Your mother is to be respected and you can hold your head up high.

Feb 28, 2010
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Well done!
by: Cassandra

Dear Brooke,

What a refreshing change it was to hear that your schedule includes Bible reading & prayer!

Your mother has obviously taken her role as a parent very seriously & i'm sure that God would be honoured by her efforts to raise a Godly daughter.

May the hand of the Lord be upon your life & all that you undertake in the future. May your relationship with Him continue & may it flourish & deepen in every way.

Thank you for being bold enough to stand up for your convictions & let everyone know what you do.
You blessed me.

Hugs to you and your mama from Australia xx

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