Friday, June 29, 2007

You Must Be Homeschooled If...

You Must Be Homeschooled If...

...Someone asks what grade you're in and you're not sure.

...You sometimes go to school in your pajamas.

...You sleep till 9:00 am on school days, but get up early on Sundays.

...Your favorite author is Jane Austen (girls) or Robert Louis Stevenson (boys).

...You own the entire series of Saxon Math books.

...Your birthday is an official school holiday.

...You don't get to stay home from school when you're sick.

...You are unaware of the current fads, fashions, and slang terms.

...Your favorite activity is reading.

...You know what a unit study is.

...Watching a movie means you'll have to write a report comparing the film to the book.

...You dress up as historical or literary characters for Halloween.

...You exchange e-mail Valentines with your homeschool pen pals.

...Your room looks like a science lab.

...You can get science credit for going to the dentist.

...You go to the park for P.E.

...You check out at least ten books every time you visit the library.

...You have ever attempted to teach yourself physics.

...You have no idea what rock bands are currently popular.

...You get books and science kits for your birthday.

...You know what Latin roots are.

...Your board games all have names like "Bookworm", "Scrabble", "S'math", "Game of Knowledge", and "Name The State".

...Your home library is arranged in Dewey Decimal order.

...Your favorite place to study is outside, under a tree.

...You can quote lines from Shakespeare, but not from South Park.

...You memorize math formulas for fun.

...You never get nervous on the first day of school.

...The only bully you ever run into is your big brother.

...You don't have to remember a locker combination, just your computer password.

...It takes you less than a minute to walk to school.

...You don't have to worry about forgetting anything - you can just run back to your room and get it.

...Your school bus is a nine-passenger van.

...There are only nine students in your class - but all of them are your brothers and sisters.

...You have a 12-year-old, a 6-year-old, and a 2-year old in the same class.

...You can get extra credit for cleaning your room.

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