There are 5 important steps in finding the best homeschool curriculum. When you follow these 5 steps, it will help ensure that you find a program that is appropriate and effective for your child.
How To Start Homeschooling
Have you always wanted to teach the Bible to your kids but didn’t know how to go about beginning a Bible study method? Sharing in the nourishment of God’s Word with your kids is not only possible, it’s the foundation of parenting kids for Jesus! And I’ve discovered a life-changing and useful resource to study the Bible as a family called Help Your Kids Learn and Love the Bible by Danika Cooley. Read how all about it and how to transition into intentionally teaching God’s Word to your kids on a consistent basis.
Do you like to an easy flow throughout your homeschool day with direction and purpose? Most of us do – the less stress and anxiety the better, if you ask me. And one of the best ways to get this seamless flow to your homeschool is by knowing there are various types of homeschool methods – or styles – you can use! Read on to learn how to decide which homeschool method is right for you!
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What’s your child’s learning style? This post is all about homeschool learning styles and you’ll learn not only what they are but which one you child is as well as the best curriculum that fits each learning style. You can save money, have a fantastic homeschool year, and your kids will literally THRIVE all year – just by knowing their learning style! Read on to discover your child’s homeschool learning style.
If you’re at a loss wondering what to teach your child for homeschool, I have the perfect solutions to your questions. Whether you have state requirements or not, you’ll know exactly what to teach your child for homeschool after reading this.
When it comes to homeschooling, your mindset plays a *huge* role in transitioning into this new lifestyle. Learn how to adapt to a homeschool mindset and discover the benefits of deschooling (along with what that really means).
Having a homeschool vision is important for your homeschool and there’s a lot of benefits for having a homeschool vision. Of all the tasks and preparation you do for your homeschool, year after year, the one thing that ought to be non-negotiable is a homeschool vision.
The first thing to do when you’re considering homeschooling your children is to look into your state’s homeschool laws. This will give you the direct resources you need to find out what requirements your state has for your homeschooling. Lesson #1 in the How To Start Homeschooling Series.
Are you frustrated and overwhelmed with how to start homeschooling? Maybe you don’t have a clue where to even begin. Special Series: How to Homeschool. Let me help you!