The Overachieving Homeschooler’s Quiz

First, we had a list asking you if you’re a stereotypical homeschooler. Now, there’s a quiz to see if you are an overachieving homeschooler.

Both hilarious. Both worth reading.

And for the record, my score was 27. And I laughed out loud when I got to this question:

Your usual homeschooling day:

1) Is an eclectic struggle to meet everyone’s needs, including your own.
2) Is an evolving blend of Charlotte Mason, classical education, and just plain fun.
3) Can be read about in your best-selling book.

Ok, so I don’t know if it’s “best-selling”, but I have a book, so I answered 3 anyway. Hee, hee.

And this is the first question:

As a fun educational activity, you often have your child:

1) Write the grocery list.
2) Write the grocery list in calligraphy.
3) Write the grocery list in Braille, and then go shopping by himself — blindfolded.

Go read the rest. And, put down your drink first.

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2 Responses to “The Overachieving Homeschooler’s Quiz”

  1. Kimberly Says:

    I got a 25, but honestly it should have been lower. After all, I had to answer questions about grocery lists, which my children have never written, and some of the other questions were too structured for us as well.

    But it was hysterical and fun!

  2. Elizabeth Says:

    “Q: What kind of social, athletic, and other “extra-curricular” activities do your children participate in?

    A: Waving at the neighborhood kids every morning as they go to school and singing our special song about not having to get up until we feel like it.”

    How did they KNOW? It’s uncanny!


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