Homeschooling high school is a scary thing. Believe me, I get it. I’m going to cut to the chase today because I need to address someting that I see happening quite often. You see, this very fear is what I honestly believe is at the root of a mistake many homeschooling parents make once their kids reach those last four years of “school.”
It’s a mistake that many people wouldn’t even consider to be a problem in the first place, and therein lies the problem. Continue reading “Don’t Make This Mistake When Homeschooling High School”
Sometimes homeschooling in a strict state can be a real bummer. Don’t get me wrong. I’ve finally reached a point in our homeschool where I’m comfortable enough with what the laws really say that dealing with the bureaucracy no longer bothers me.
But it used to bother me. Continue reading “How to Keep Records in a Relaxed Homeschool or Unschool”
As the holidays seemingly arrive with astounding speed this year, it can be quite easy to be overcome with the stress of knowing that not only has the Christmas season appeared with little warning, but as a homeschooling parent, you are still responsible for educating your child during this time.
What to do?
Although many families attempt to trudge through like the troopers they are, quite a few realize after a brief time that it just isn’t going to work. How can it with all of the busyness that often accompanies this time of year?
There’s shopping and baking to be done, relatives to visit, carols to be learned, scarves to be knitted, and trees to be decorated. Where does homeschooling fit into all of this? Continue reading “Homeschool Holiday Stress? The Solution Is Within Your Reach!”