1. What is your age? Under 18 Years Old 18 to 24 Years Old 25 to 30 Years Old 31 to 40 Years Old 41 to 50 Years Old 51 to 60 Years Old Over 60 Years Old 2. What is your gender? Male Female 3. The ideal curriculum is: One with lesson plans, letter grades, textbooks, workbooks, report cards and a teacher guide. Curriculum shmrriculum One that honours art, nature and imaginative play. If it has Shakespeare, Homer, and Dickens I like it. Science from a creationist view and lots of bible study. Where we can learn everything via our interests. 4. When you and your kids listen to music you usually listen to: The CDs that come with our curriculum. Whatever our family likes. Our children playing music. Hyms. Music that ties in nwith what we're studying. Classical. 5. How long is your kids lunch break? Lunch and learning blends into one. If you include Grace 44 min. We go on long nature walks and have a picnic lunch. 20 min. for lunch and 40 min. for play. We don't have a lunch break, but rather learn at lunch because we have food according to what we're learning. 20 min. while I read classics to the kids and they eat, then we switch. 6. You decided to drive across the country in November, you: Load the car with classics and vist all the historic sites. Bring along the full curriculum and don't let the kids go site seeing intill they've done thier work. Have a recording of good sermons to listen to and go to every single church in the country. Have long disscusions about the places you've been and do a lot of site seeing. Have art supplies and activity books in the car. For site seeing go to lots of parks. Do lots of site seeing and stock up on lots of books to learn more about the places you've been. 7. You have a child who is crazy over World War I, you: Build lots of paper soldiers, tanks, planes ect.. You're learning about ancient times this year, maybe another year. Learn about wars in Jesus' time. Dig a trench in the yard and live in it for a week. Read the library out of books on WWI and do lots of hands-on stuff. Read letters soldiers wrote. 8. Do you agree with the public school system? No. Yes. If a few things were changed. 9. Are your kids in school, or if you are a kid are you in school? Yes. No. No, but they are going to school. Yes, but they are being pulled out. I do not have kids. My kids are in private school. 10. At Christmas what gifts do you give your kids? We don't give gifts a Christmas but simply honour Christ. Big books of crafts and a bird watching hand book. Complete sets of Dickens. Fun stuff, what else! Stuff to suit their interests. Educational games, books, puzzles ect... 11. When looking for a house what do you look for? A nice house, duh! One with a church on the same block. An old house. One with lots of wildlife near by. It should be placed so there are lots of good educational resources near by. 12. Your school day is from: 8:45-3:00, Monday-Friday just like public school. We do bible study 3--4 hours a day 5-6 hours on Sunday. We learn 24/7 A few hours of somewhat structured work a day is plenty. I want my kids to have a better education then kids in school so our school day is 9:00-4:00.