Homeschooling has been a great journey for our family. We started over 20 years ago and have seen so many changes in the movement. I’ve learned a few things along the way and thought I would share a roundup post of all my best tips and advice.
From beginning to seasoned homeschooler, here are all the things you need to know and more. There is no reason to be fearful or think that you will mess up your child if you homeschool them.
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New to Homeschooling or Thinking About Homeschooling
Self Teaching Model of Homeschooling – Help Your Children Learn What they Need to Know
Cost of Homeschooling
Preschool and Kindergarten
High School and College
How to Homeschool High School – wait til middle school to even think about this one!
All About Abeka Curriculum
Other Curriculum Packages
Staying Organized and Sane
Homeschool Reviews – All the homeschool reviews I have done all in one place
Support Groups for Homeschooling – How to find one and What to Watch out for
Homeschool Coaching or Mentoring Program – Hire me for an hour and get all your questions answered
101 Activities Parents Can Do With their Preschool Child – Here is a great resource of activities I have collected from my years of experience as a homeschool parent. There is now a second book in the series called101 MORE Activities Parents Can Do With their Preschool Child. Both books are available at Preschool ideas for just $3.99 each.
How to Homeschool Kindergarten – All my best tips on teaching Kindergarten collected into one ebook that you can use to help guide you through Kindergarten in a low-stress, high results method.
Internet Resources for Homeschooling – This is a collection of hundreds of websites that I have found that can be used for homeschooling. They are arranged by subject area and are all clickable from the book. You will find resources for preschoolers all the way into college.
Cooking Resources – Although cooking has nothing to do with homeschool resources, everyone needs to eat. If homeschool moms can get their cooking time under control, their whole day runs a whole lot smoother. I’ve written Cooking from Your Cupboard and Smart Way Cooking. They can both be found at Easy Meal Planning. They are both $9.95 but can save you hours of time and pay for themselves very quickly.
Feel free to let me know if you have any questions about homeschooling or if you would like to have a homeschool coaching session.