In the Beginning
“We had a hard time at the beginning of homeschooling because we were coming from a regular school in Italy.
The transition from having teachers, a strict schedule, homework and many subjects to study, to having the freedom to set her own schedule was a little bit de-stabilizing, especially for her.
Daria found three or four subjects to study daily worked, copying the classic school system because she was afraid that by not doing so, she would not study enough and she might get “lost”.
This was at the beginning, then she slowly relaxed and started to understand what the freedom of homeschooling really means and to use her time for other activities too.”