Homeschooling support, resources and solutions to common issues.
I cannot tell you how many parents have come to me completely frustrated and confused after following this flawed advice.
Life has a way of throwing curveballs and interfering with our best laid plans. It happens. An unexpected baby, move, illness, job loss, divorce, etc wipes out our lesson plans and curriculum schedule. Don’t kick yourself if this has happened to you. It happens to most, if not all of us because we live in the real world.
We have all been there. It’s the days leading up to an anticipated birthday, holiday or trip. The kids seem to lose their minds. They aren’t themselves. In the excited anticipation of an impending event, they seem to lose all sense and judgement. They can’t seem to focus, are hyper, daydreamy, and uncharacteristically impulsive...
Do you find yourself in the midst of trying to homeschool through difficult times? We have all been there to some extent. You are not alone.
How to Fail at Homeschooling, part 2 of 2 in the series.
How to Fail at Homeschooling: A Step-by-Step Guide
Family values are a set of priorities and beliefs that you hold most dear, and which you want to instill in your children. Only you know what is important to your family, so only you can establish your family values.
There is no one right way to educate. There are benefits and drawbacks to every method and unschooling is no different. The benefits and success stories of unschooling have plastered the blogosphere and social media. And while it is true that when unschooling is a good fit, it can be a wildly successful educational method, it is equally true that it is not a good fit for every family, and should be implemented with great caution.