Blog Cruise – Homeschooling During Illness or Family Crisis

Homeschooling is a full-time commitment.  What’s a homeschooling parent to do should she or her children become ill?  What about times of family stress or crisis?  How does one continue with school during times of illness or stress in the home?  This week’s Blog Cruise question asks just that:  “How do you homeschool during illness or family stress or crisis?”  Each family has their own ideas for dealing with situations such as these.  Please click through the links to read how TOS Crewmates answer this week’s question.  I encourage you to visit their blogs and kindly leave a comment or two!  We hope you enjoy this week’s Cruise!

LaRee @ Broad Horizons writes When Life Gives You Lemons.

Debra @ Footprints in the Butter answers the question, When the going gets tough, how do you keep school going?

Isabelle aka Canadianladybug @ Life at Oak Grove details Homeschooling through life’s events.

Christine @ Our Homeschool Reviews asks What Stops Our Homeschooling?

Be sure to stop back next week when TOS Crew Members will answer the question, What is your homeschooling style, and how did you choose for your family?

This article was written and compiled by Jodi who blogs at The Homeschool Desk.

2 thoughts on “Blog Cruise – Homeschooling During Illness or Family Crisis”

  1. Thanks for addressing this topic. I am anxious to go and read all these posts as I have only been homeschooling for two years and my oldest son is dealing with a major health issue this year. What a challenge to try to challenge both of those things, but also what a blessing to be able to give him certain space that he wouldn’t have in the public school setting.


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