Tips for Homeschool Moms

If you’re a new homeschooling mother or a veteran homeschool mom I’m sure you’re always looking for ideas to make homeschooling easier.

I know, it’s a hard job, so any advice or resources that anyone has to offer, I’m all ears.

Thanks goodness for you, I’m working on bring you some great elementary science ideas. If you’re all set for science, then take a look at the other series these amazing bloggers have put together.

Amazing tips for homeschool moms

On this blog, I’ll be sharing a new Elementary Biology Worksheet each day.

If you’re looking for ways to make teaching the human body, plants, insects and oceans better than you should check back every day for a new activity.

I’m not the only one sharing 10 new ideas, each of these amazing bloggers below of their own 10 day series to help you, the homeschool mom.

The homeschool mom is may be feeling stressed, overwhelmed or exhausted by constantly having to wear both the teacher and mom hat.

I’ve been doing this for 10 years now and I have to say it doesn’t really get easier.

But we do our best and we hope that we can find resources that will help us teach or help our hearts.

We’re gearing up for another year of new tips for homeschool moms.

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Tips for Homeschool Moms series for 2020

Health Worksheets for Kids by Living Life and Learning

Homeschooling and Parenting Encouragement by Simple at Home

10 Days of DIY Summer Camp at Home by Forgetful Momma

10 Days to Prepare Teenagers for Work by Living Ideas

10 Days of Free Unit Studies for Summer Homeschooling by Faith & Good Works

Teaching Independent Learning by A Net in Time

10 Days of Preschool Science Social Study Themes by This Crafty Mom

Dinosaur Printables by Preschool Powol Packets 

10 Days of Hands-On Learning Activities for Kids by Mama Smiles

10 Days of Time Saving Hacks for Busy Moms by Purposeful Motherhood

10 Days of Nature Study by Heart and Soul Homeschooling

10 Days of Free Homeschool Curriculum by Subject by Life in the Nerddom

10 Days to a No Stress Home Management Binder by No Stress Homeschooling

10 Ways you can Nurture Artists in your Home by Beyond the Stick Figure

10 Days of Printable Word Puzzles for Kids by Tree Valley Academy

10 Days of Planning for High School by This Life of Ours

10 Days of Learning with Nature by Wonder-filled Days

This is everyone who participated in 2019 tips for homeschool mom series.

29 Comments

  1. Thank you for the fun learning sheets. Have a beautiful summer!

  2. I would say be patient. And be willing to make mistakes!

  3. Once you’ve chosen your curriculum, stick with it and don’t be distracted by continuing to shop or looking to see what others are using. You will only start doubting yourself. Stick with it through the kid’s dislike, don’t let them run the show. You can make your curriculum choices work for you with a little tweaking here and there, simplifying or enriching. You use the curriculum, not the other way around. You can do it.

  4. The best tip that I can offer is to stay organized and on schedule.

  5. Judith Martinez says:

    Be consistent.

  6. Judith Martinez says:

    Don’t rush your kids. They’ll get it in time if you keep at it.

  7. Judith Martinez says:

    Nurture relationships.

  8. Melinda P says:

    My best tip: Don’t compare your kids and your homeschool to others. We are all different, so different things work for different families and even each child’s journey is going to be different. And that’s absolutely okay.

  9. Judith Martinez says:

    Be willing to ask for help when you’re struggling.

  10. I would also advise a schedule! So important!

  11. Angela Williams says:

    Understand your child’s learning style and always find humor throughout the day.

  12. Judith Martinez says:

    Don’t be afraid to learn along with your children.

  13. Best advice I always give other homeschool moms is to keep it simple!

  14. Don’t worry yourself with having allll the things, keep it simple.

  15. Comparison is the thief of joy! Don’t forget why you’re homeschooling and enjoy your time with your kids. Worry less about how others do it because their family is totally different than yours!

  16. LeAnn Harbert says:

    Don’t try to rush them learning something. Let them go at their pace.

  17. Don’t be too hard on yourself or your kids and let school flow with life.

  18. Judith Martinez says:

    Make relationships the most important part of your homeschool.

  19. Dana Rodriguez says:

    I think being patience would be one of the biggest rules of thumb.

  20. Lisa Van Dam says:

    To truly teach a learner we must be a learner! Model what learning looks like throughout your day and your kids will learn to love learning. And read with them every day – lots!

  21. Mi will tell Moms it’s ok relax, work on character build, and read a lot out loud. I read somewhere to have as afternoon tea time and enjoy your kids. Talk about silly things, connect as a mom, not the teachers.

  22. Shauna C. says:

    You are not alone, reach out to other homeschool parents. Have a good support system. Keep a flexible schedule. If things don’t go as planned, don’t stress, that’s the beauty of homeschool, playtime is learning time. Keep it simple.

  23. Be patient and kind to your children. Give them grace.

  24. Consistency for most things is key. Switch your routine up from time to time. If they don’t understand, present in a new light.

  25. Judith Martinez says:

    Give your kids time to explore their interests.

  26. Take a deep breath. It WILL be ok. It’s worth it!! Find what works for you both and roll with it. HAVE FUN!!!

  27. Patty Dubree says:

    My advice is to not stress about the small stuff and enjoy each day.

  28. Dana Rodriguez says:

    Try to include fun activities to make learning fun!

  29. I would tell her if something isn’t working, it’s okay to close the book and try again tomorrow. If it doesn’t work after a few tries, it’s okay to scrap the whole book. There is no wrong way to homeschool, as long as your goal is to educate your child. We are all doing our best, and our kids are all successful!!!

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