There are crazy and frightening things happening in the world right now, I know.
Homeschooling may have been the farthest thing from your mind.
Or maybe it was at the tip of your tongue.
That whisper: could we do it?
Well, now we're all about to find out whether we like it or not.
And we get to choose. We can suffer through it and give into the anxiety, stress and endless screen time.
Or we can roll up our sleeves, put our chins up and give it a go.
What do we have to loose at this point?
I know there are a 99 problems on your plate right now.
Let's make sure that homeschooling isn't one.
Take it from a homeschooling mother of four...
You’ll finish the speed-course with crystal clear clarity on what to do everyday to ensure your child’s not “falling behind” without breaking a sweat.
You can go ahead and “switch off” those facebook ads for all the curriculums, apps and gadgets.
I want you to be fully confident and calm about homeschooling during this time.
You have enough stress on your plate without the fear that you’re messing up at homeschool, especially given this situation could go on for several weeks, even months.
A little investment of time and money upfront will save you hours and hours of stress, worry and research.
Maybe you’ll get bitten by the homeschool bug and you’ll want to continue forever.
I am not a teacher, have no degree in childhood development and hold no PhD.
I’ve just done a Costco-toilet-paper size load of research about pedagogy and educational paths and I’ve been hybrid homeschooling in the flesh for the past 5+ years.
There’s a way to hit your child’s academic goals, stay “on par” with the standardized school system and still enjoy the freedom and creativity afforded by being home.
And no, you don’t have to be a drill sergeant.
My approach is: