A relaxed and gentle approach to homeschooling kids with learning struggles can help kids find their strengths while they work on the skills that don’t come as easily to them. Recognizing their abilities as much as their disabilities is the key.
Most homeschool parents worry that they will miss something as they provide an education for their kids. Karen and Michelle talk about why you need to set aside the expectations of mastering all of the content and instead, use the content as a means for developing learning skills that they will use throughout their lives.
Michelle and Karen chat about what a homeschool day looks like in their homes. Routines rule over schedules and a rhythm is more important than exact plans. Each day, week, and year is flexible and made to fit an evolving family who is learning and growing together. Daily routines are the key to flexible stability.
The Layers of Learning Homeschoolers Facebook Group submitted questions for Karen and Michelle to answer, and that’s just what the sisters did in this bonus Homeschooling Q and A podcast episode. Listen for answers to your questions from two veteran homeschooling moms and the creators of Layers of Learning.
This exploration is for all ages, as the colored smilies show. You can do the Roll-A-Kandinsky exploration with your whole family together. The Roll-A-Kandinsky art exploration is from Layers of Learning Unit 4-8 about the art movement called Expressionism. Within the unit, you will find lots more hands-on projects and explorations to help your family …
Homeschool families often struggle with knowing how to teach science. It can seem intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. Listen in on this podcast episode as the authors of Layers of Learning talk about how to use scientific principles and hands-on experiments to create a successful approach to homeschool science.