The early learning years, as I defined them for homeschooling, encompass that critical period of learning before the student can read and write. So, these magical moments usually last longer than we give them credit for — depending on the child, through age 5, 8, or even 10. If your child cannot read independently, he’s still an early learner. And that’s great, because there is so much for an early learner to do!
What do you think is the biggest lesson your early learning student learns?
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