Homeschooling in high school is a whole new ball park. Even seasoned homeschool moms question whether or not it’s a good idea. Not only are the subjects and material more advanced, but the stakes are higher and more long term. What kids do in high school can be a slingshot for future college paths, careers, […]
homeschooling is hard
Over and over I hear the same several questions from homeschool parents, and I want to put your mind at ease a bit as you begin homeschooling by answering them right upfront. Here they are: How do I cover everything? Can I teach things I don’t know? How do I homeschool when life is hard?
I am the parent of six introverts. I am strongly introverted so it’s no surprise that my kids are too. Homeschooling an introvert is, in general, easier than homeschooling extroverts. This is because two of the hallmarks of introverts are quietness and a desire to be at home. Your extroverted children may clamor to go
Homeschooling and housekeeping . . . a seemingly never-ending battle. I’m quite picky about my house staying clean, but with each additional kid that comes along the level of cleanliness seems to drift further and further from my ideal. I hate that crazy feeling when I start the day with a clean house, but all