I think it’s time I stop trying to schedule my video topics because every time I do, something happens that makes me go off my plan. Although I was going to share my favorite books on my shelves, I felt this was far more important.
An Ohio school district wants to require its students to wear tracking beacons upon their return to school to help protect against the rona. I wish I were joking.
And I thought the crazy CDC guidelines were bad enough.
After 11 years of homeschooling, I’m convinced that self-education is key…not just for the children, but for the parents, as well.
Be an example for your children of what lifelong learning looks like. Be curious. Read. Research. Learn how to do things. Never depend on others to tell you what is important to know.
In short, do everything you’ve been trying to impress upon your children, ESPECIALLY in this day and age.
Now that we’ve finished another homeschool year, it’s time to start thinking about the next one, which for us is next month.
Today on my channel I shared our language arts choices for our 7 remaining homeschooled kids.
I’ve heard some pretty ridiculous arguments against homeschooling in my time. I thought it was time to address the most commonly used and a few newer ones on my channel today.
Before we started homeschooling, I was a complete neat freak, and I prided myself on it. Making the transition to having my kids home all the time meant making some changes not only to my routine, but to my expectation of perfection.
Today on my channel, I shared a video from my Patreon archives: What I’ve Learned About Housekeeping While Homeschooling.