you know edward cullen(robert thomas pattinson)he born in london in may13,1986.he"s englishactor,model,musician,and producer.things he want todo are act, play in rockband 1&2,sleep,read,play guitar
DS went through this stage too. I think it’s just the calm before the storm!
Science is a broad subject. Can you break it down to something more manageable? Geology? Anatomy? Entymology? Ornithology? Zoology? Astronomy? Chemistry? Physics?
I doubt all branches of science are equally fascinating. I hate rocks—but Deb loves ‘em!
Cars—what about them? Design? Speed? Motors? Racing?
Hard, physical labor—Gardening? Building? Chopping? Toting? Picking cotton?
From 12.5 to 14, Cameron pretty much did nothing. Deschooling. Healing.
But at 17, he is soooo busy!
Has he thought of starting his own business? Fifteen can do so much!
Your son still may need to heal. I thought DS would never come around. But he started skateboarding, which led to filming, which led to drumming, which is his now passion.
Working is also wonderful. DS has met so many people (almost all are older). It’s given him a lot of confidence and self-assurance.
?What about teenagers
I read a lot of posts about babies and children under the age of 10, but there seems to be very little information out there for those of us who have teenagers.
I’m not really sure what kind of info I am looking for, but my teenagers tend to only want to play video games yet they get bored with them. My 15 yo seems to feel that something is missing, yet he doesn’t seem interested in taking any kind of classes or sports, even for fun. I think he feels that he wants to be learning more advanced “stuff”, but I’m not sure how to go about finding opportunities for him to learn at this age without doing “school-at-home”. He is interested in science, cars, and loves hard physical labor (gets that from his Dad, not me). My 13 yo gets bored with the games but still seems content to play with his k’nex and read or just hang out with Mom, so it’s mostly my 15 (almost 16) yo that I need suggestions for.
We’ve been unschooling for 4 years now and before that we had done some very relaxed homeschooling.
I know some unschoolers who seem to be motivated to find activities that they are interested in, but mine don’t seem to have that motivation. Also, our funds are very limited to do ongoing classes and such.
Maybe someone with teens could offer some suggestions as to how they have helped them find things to do and ways to continue learning.
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