Don’t feel guilty! Homeschool is challenging enough when you have multiple kids, a toddler, and maybe a student who is reluctant to learn. Yet, in all this, there is a calm in the storm. As a Christian homeschooler, I take solace in knowing that God has created me for this very purpose. In life, because life happens, many different situations can arise that might make us feel as if we can’t keep up this homeschool journey. I am here to tell you that you can! In this article, I am tackling how to homeschool when you can’t.
Linked in this article are a collection of Homeschool 101 helps to prepare you or navigate you through your current situation in your homeschooling journey. Many parents have asked about burnout. Homeschool Burnout is a REAL thing!
Many homeschooling families are headed by grandparents or other family members. They might be helping out or have taken over the task of homeschooling. Some have never even heard of homeschooling before even starting it.
I also want to encourage those families to keep going, you totally got this! However your homeschooling journey is going, be encouraged and inspired by these articles.
Facing homeschool Burnout, Reluctant Learners, and Stress
You can come up from homeschool burnout AND get your GROOVE back!Keep reading
When you hear the “I’m sick of homeschool! Why can’t I go to public school?” It’s time to get to work. In this article, learn how to homeschool reluctant learners and ways to avoid it. 😫🤮Keep reading
Does homeschooling put your children behind in academics? This article tackles some common misconceptions for homeschooling parents and how to move forward.Keep reading
Holiday Breaks, Pregnancy and Complications, Struggling with Sickness, and Teaching Preschoolers
Is a Homeschool Break for the Holidays even possible when, we have so much to do? Let’s discuss practical ways to take a homeschool break!Keep reading
Homeschooling while pregnant doesn’t have to be an unattainable task!Keep reading
When going back into homeschooling is a real task!Keep reading
When it comes to homeschooling preschoolers, many parents find that they don’t know where to start, start here!Keep reading
While homeschool can have its own challenges, there is nothing that you can’t get through. For those with reluctant learners, I hope you know that homeschooling is the best IEP your child can have. Compulsory education cannot compete with the tailor-made one-on-one education of a homeschooler. If you have any more questions or concerns about homeschooling, feel free to contact us here.
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