Fail to Plan, Plan to Fail: Part One, Revisited

Fail-to-planI wrote this article a few years back in order to help those new to homeschooling better establish a routine for their home. It is my heartfelt desire to see more families successfully navigate the world of home education and be confident in their choice. 

Fail to Plan, Plan to Fail: Part One

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2 thoughts on “Fail to Plan, Plan to Fail: Part One, Revisited

  1. Great article you wrote. I always have the intention to have such well laid out plans.. and sometimes do! And then life with all its unexpected twists happens. I dont think Im too far from the plan, but it can be hard to stay right on track.
    We havent ‘officially’ started homeschooling yet, but when we do, I think Ill have to tighten in the planning.
    Did you find you could plan (and stick to it) as well when your kids were preschoolers?

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