Remember when pedestrians used to tell us to limit kids screen time to no more than one hour a day? Now five year old’s are attending kindergarten on zoom. Limiting screen-time is the number one pro I considered when deciding to homeschool my kids.
If given complete freedom, will children naturally chose to school themselves? Is unschooling an effective education style, or an excuse created by lazy parents?
Incorporating a read aloud into your daily routine isn’t only for homeschoolers. Regardless of your children’s age or school status, reading in the morning can change the entire rhythm of your household.
How to juggle work and school schedules so everyone is on task and getting everything they need to done – parents included.
And enjoyable and effective way to teach middle school students how to write.
Can you actually teach math with nothing but a $12 workbook?
A whole new way to teach math, that is actually working.
So you want to homeschool, now what? Before diving into the overwhelming waters of curriculum, the first thing you need to do is figure out what style of homeschool you want to have.
Deciding to homeschool is a huge decision, here are the pro’s and con’s I considered before opting in to at home and offline learning.
Like every other parent across the country, I have more questions than answers regarding the 2020-2021 school year. Here’s the plan I’ve come up with for my family.