This year I will be participating in the Nester’s 31 Day writing challenge in October, stay tuned as I write a new post about how to get started with homeschooling. If you’ve been thinking about homeschooling and wondering if it can be done, or how you would get started then stick around and I hope to answer some of your questions.
I know that when you are starting to think about homeschooling, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with so many questions about how to get started or about the numerous homeschool curriculum choices out there.
My first suggestion is to see if there’s a local homeschooling group that you can connect with and chat with another homeschool mom. They’re really the best resource and I find they’re people who are open to answering your questions.
- Are You Thinking about Homeschooling?
- What Do You Need Before You Start Homeschooling?
- How Does Your child Learn?
- What is the Best Homeschool Curriculum?
- What is a Classical Education?
- What is the Montessori Method?
- What is a Charlotte Mason Education?
- What is a Waldorf Education?
- What is Unschooling?
- What are Unit Studies?
- When to Start Kindergarten?
- How to Begin Teaching in Your Homeschool?
- 6 Lessons I Learned from Homeschooling and Going to School Full-Time
- Worried About Socialization if You Homeschool?
- Should I join a Homeschool Co-op?
- What if My Spouse is Against Homeschooling?
- Can You Homeschool an Only Child Well?
- How to Stay Sane While Homeschooling and Expecting a Newborn?
- How to Homeschool with a Toddler in the Mix
- Homeschool Preschool Curriculum on a Budget
- Homeschool Kindergarten Curriculum
- Homeschool Math Curriculum You Have to Try
- Homeschool Science Curriculum You Have to Try
- Homeschool Literature Curriculum
- Homeschool Spelling and Vocabulary Curriculum
- Homeschool Writing Curriculum
- Homeschool Grammar Curriculum
- Homeschool History Curriculum
- When is it Time to Make a Curriculum Change?
Woot woot! This was the first time I completed a 30 day series, I need a break, wow. That was a lot of work. Let me know if you have any other questions and I’ll be glad to consider it for a future post.
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