3 Easy Steps to Homeschooling Multiple Ages

easy steps to homeschooling multiple children
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Does the prospect of homeschooling several children have you feeling a little nervous for the coming year? After seven years of homeschooling my extra-large family, I’ve finally found a plan that works for our family that keeps the kids happy and learning, and Mom calm and confident.

Today I’ll be over at my friend Jen’s blog, Practical by Default, where I’ll be discussing the 3 most important ways we’ve kept sanity in our homeschool. Additionally, I’ve given examples of what our daily homeschool routine actually looks like.

If you’re looking for advice on homeschooling your growing family, this is where to find it.

Hope to see you there!

Author: Shelly Sangrey

I'm Shelly, a Christ-following, homeschooling Mom of eleven children ( okay, not ALL children. My oldest is 23.) I met my husband right after graduation, and we've been together ever since. Though my life can be hectic at times... okay, ALL the time, I wouldn't change it for anything.

7 thoughts on “3 Easy Steps to Homeschooling Multiple Ages”

  1. Homeschooling multiple grade levels can really get your head spinning, but so does raising children of all different ages. Finding subjects that you can all study at the different levels, like space, works well, but doesn’t work that great for math. I have found God to always provide a way and there are always ways to make things easier. The weirdest thing for me is teaching one student at one level…

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    1. I hear that a lot. That’s what the post was about, though. Homeschooling does not have to be nearly as difficult as people think. I actually enjoy it very much, and there are many days that we’re done before lunch!

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