This is probably one of the best #homeschooling ideas I’ve ever heard!
So many people are afraid to consider #homeschooling because they think there’s no way they would ever find the time. Trust me, it’s easier than you think!
Last week I shared with you our red pill #homeschool book haul. Today I’m sharing the remaining books I received over the weekend. Three of these are more for me, but two of them are specifically homeschooling resources.
I’ve had this channel for almost four years now, and it dawned on me that I may have forgotten to share some pretty helpful information. Oops.
Unit studies have been an integral part of our #homeschool over the last twelve years. Although some families can seamlessly transition to a unit study approach, other families (like mine) may need to have a few things clarified first.
I remember a debate that I once had with someone who made the comment that, were in not for my public school experience, I wouldn’t even know how to #homeschool. They were right.
Just not in the way that they think.
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Teaching your child to read doesn’t have to be time-consuming, complicated, or stressful. I remember when I started #homeschooling, this was the thing that worried me most: what if I fail at teaching my kids to read? We get so hung up on how schools do things that we forget that parents have always been their children’s first teachers.
I taught my kids to read, and you can, too!
I often say how important it is to incorporate your child’s interests into their #homeschool curriculum, especially during the teenage years. While some kids may naturally take to a self-directed way of learning, some kids really do need or want the additional structure of a more formal learning style. If you have a child like this, no need to worry! You can still incorporate your child’s interests into their learning (no matter the topic). It simply takes a bit of brainstorming and planning.
This is our last week of our 6-week break, and I’m going to be honest – I have NOT been looking forward to starting back up again like I normally am. Since I didn’t want my kids to sense my lack of enthusiasm, I’ve been racking my brains to figure out what needs to happen.
I think I’ve got it – a newly tweaked routine.
I did something a little different and scheduled a video premiere set for 12pm ET today! This way, we can watch the video together live, and we can interact in the chat.
I hope to see some of you there!