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5 Ways Boys Learn Best

Posted by Michelle Osborn on

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Reading this article (below), written by Kelli Miller, reminded me yet another reason why homeschooling is so beneficial. It was not until around our sons senior year and first year in college that he was diagnosed with a mild case of ADD. At first, I felt terrible that I never realized it. "How could I have homeschooled him and not seen it?" But then I began to understand why it was not evident to us. His whole life he was able to learn in an environment that allowed him to explore, move, take breaks, talk, etc. Because I homeschooled four children, there was structure to our day, but bells did not signal beginning and end of subjects. I am thankful that we did not know of his ADD when he was young. He was treated like his sisters, no special treatment. He thrived in our homeschool and has gone on to become an exceptional businessman and entrepreneur.

"Studies show there are real differences between boys and girls in terms of brain chemistry, maturation and how they learn best. Technologies such as PET scans and MRIs have already found “at least 100 differences in male and female brains,” and there are likely more discoveries to come.

The following information uncovers some key insights into boys and how they learn:"

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Enjoying the journey,


Michelle Osborn the founder and owner Yellow House Book Rental, a service to homeschool families. She is a 20-year homeschool veteran of four, two married, one in college, and one teenager at home. 


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