Well, now it’s September and most kids are back into lessons. Over here we’re trying out yet another new schedule (doing curriculum reviews means that our routine changes often, and with 4 new things starting within just 2 weeks it means we’re re-evaluating what’s been working, and what we can do differently. Fresh organisation around the house and trying out new freezer meals are all happening here. Today went pretty good, and we hope tomorrow will be even better! Hopefully we’ll be able to keep this newest routine for a little while. Today I’m bringing you advice from expert homeschoolers to help us all.
Do you have any advice you can share with us about homeschooling successfully? Or any ‘incidents’ that you’ve learned from? I’d really love to hear them, let chat below in the comments!
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Advice From Expert Homeschoolers
From keeping the house looking good and having the kids help out, to finding a schedule that works for you. Learning without texbooks, and even what a day looks like for a work-at-home-mom (she doesn’t homeschool, but I’m sure we all know what it feels like to be home with the kids all day). Have a browse through, share and comment if you’d like, and link up any of your own posts below.
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|Keep Your Homeschool Simple by Nitty Gritty Homeschooling||Advice From Expert Homeschoolers by Schooling a Monkey||Assignment and Chore Sheets by Happy Brown House|
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|30 Ways To Teach History Without A textbook by Le Chaim on the Right||Are You Qualified to Teach Your Homeschooled Children? by Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus||Ways To Tame The Home When You Homeschool by Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus|
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|Homeschool Schedules That Work For You by Nitty Gritty Homeschooling||What It’s Like Being A Stay at HOme Working Mom by Moments With Mandi|
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