Once you’ve been on the home education journey for a short time you will soon realize there is no one perfect way to home school. Home schooling is as varied as the families who embark on the journey. Today a few home educating families would like to invite you to share in some of the many ways they home educate in hopes of inspiring your home educating journey. Grab a cup of your favorite beverage and join me as we journey with these families.
Chareen @ Every Bed of Roses shares:
- Be True To Yourself – Unlocking FREEDOM – take your eyes off your homeschool friends (especially the super successful ones), homeschool leaders and the latest trend and place them firmly on your Lord. He has a plan for you and it is a good plan.
- Books to Support New Homeschool Mom’s – My favorite four books to encourage both the new and veteran home school mom.
- Kid Extra Activities: How Much? And When is it too Much? – the benefits to pursuing field trips in your home education journey.
- Homeschooling in a Crisis – The hardest part is knowing what to do when you are confronted with an unexpected turn of events. The biggest question home schooler’s face is whether or not to continue on their home educating journey in the midst of a crisis.
Jennifer @ A Peace of Mind shares:
- What to Do? – Simple steps when home education seems impossible and we don’t know what to do. Or if we can do anything at all.
- Don’t Require….Inspire – Thomas Jefferson leadership education – a way to inspire an not require. Encouraging and mentoring our children in a classic way!
- So Delight Full – Delight led learning – living and learning in a way that helps us to connect it all.
- You Gotta Have Faith – Faith based learning; My Fathers World/Charlotte Mason focused learning with our kids.
Diana @ Homeschool Review shares
- Integrating Your Homeschool Lessons – Homeschool many by teaching subjects together when possible.
- How We Did Tapestry of Grace – Tapestry of Grace is a classical education that integrates the studies of all ages of students.
Betty @ Let’s Get Real shares
- Methods of Homeschooling – We are talking about a few different methods of homeschooling your children.
- Let’s Get Real About Homeschooling Schedules – In this post we talk about how to schedule your homeschooling days.
Annette @ A Net in Time shares Singleton to Many, Lessons Learned – When teaching a singleton it’s good to look for groups to learn with. One method I use and lessons learned from it.
Amber @ 200 Fingers & Toes shares
- 3 ways a great curriculum helps you teach multiple kids – Three reasons why I love my curriculum for our multi-grade family.
- How do you homeschool multiple grades at the same time? – A day in the life glimpse at how schooling multiple grades is possible and how we made it work for us.
- Choosing a curriculum to survive and thrive in you homeschool – I use the curriculum that fits ME best and translate it to each of my kids the way they hear it best.
- Second Wind Parenting – I am in this strange place where my older kids are independent and I still have little ones underfoot and I am embracing this Second Wind Experience.
Sabrina @ Kids, Crunch, and Christ shares
- How to Homeschool When…. – Tips on homeschooling with many children, when you have a baby, when you are pregnant, when you have a toddler, or in other challenging seasons.
- A Glimpse into Our Day – I’m sharing our daily schedule and details on our homeschool routines to help you get ideas for creating a schedule or routine that works for your family.
Julia @ Clubhouse Happenings shares Homeschooling Multiple Children, Multiple Ways~ All At One Time- Four kiddos, one teacher! – Successfully Teaching multiple children, multiple subjects all in one day. Yes! You can!
Jennifer @ Organized Homeschooler shares Homeschooling Multiple Children – Check out these practical tips to manage educating multiple ages at once.