“I’M SORRY YOU HAD A BAD DAY”: Fathers in Homeschooling Families Speak - Record: Lee Garth Vigilant, Tyler C. Anderson, and Lauren Wold Trefethren, “‘I’m Sorry You Had a Bad Day, but Tomorrow Will Be Better’: Stratagems of Inter...
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"I'm a left-brainer with a grad degree in hard science who finds herself raising two highly artistic kids. I've learned to be patient with the mess of spontaneous projects (sort of patient) but I have no good ideas for teaching the arts as they get older. Their ages are 6 and 8. Ideas welcome." B. Wasserman
"I am completely at wit's end with my son (10). He doesn't write anything readable and throws a fit when I make him rewrite his work. He argues with me all the time and has gotten more immature than his younger brother. What can I do to turn this problem around?" -Meg, Portland MECurrent answers must be posted at the HEM Questions forum before the deadline of March 10th. Please note that answers may be edited for space, clarity, and other considerations, but the HEM editors will not change the meaning or the intent of your answers. If you have questions for a future issue, you may post or email them to the online forum, or send them via email to the HEM Questions and Answers editor, Laura Weldon, at ReaderResponse@homeedmag.com