Revisiting Homeschooling 101

Homeschooling101On occasion, I have the pleasure of advising families who are new to homeschooling. We  talk about how to begin setting up a homeschool routine and the basics of a good education. Rather than frustrate them with long notes to take, it has been suggested I write these ideas down and make them available to everyone who might be interested.

Below, you will find a list of links to a few posts which help remove the stress, confusion, and misdirection that often comes with new territory.

As you read, please be in continual prayer about where the Lord is leading your family. Our goal is not to dictate your coming school year, but merely to come alongside you on your journey. May you find this information helpful and edifying:

“In nothing be anxious; but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.”
~Philippians 4:6

📣 Chime In!: Have you been homeschooling awhile? What is the best piece of advice that was given as you launched into your learning adventure?

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2 thoughts on “Revisiting Homeschooling 101

  1. I wouldn’t consider myself an experienced homeschooler, however, when beginning this journey doing all the research in reading blogs and books and listening to podcasts, I’d say the best piece of advice I heard over and over was to not worry so much. Don’t worry and don’t over think or plan most resonated with me. You know your family more than anyone and just go with your gut.
    I’d also add that knowing your “why I homeschool” is your filter for everything you do – curriculum choices, how you teach, what you teach, how you go about your day, and can be helpful to keep things in perspective on those rough days.

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