Homeschooling can be a beautiful adventure but for some it can get overwhelming before they even start. With so many subjects to teach it can be easy to feel obligated to cover it all. After all, your child should be able to cook, clean, speak Latin, sew, paint, draw, act, write, read, add, code on a computer, recite historical dates and figures, and so much more. No? Maybe it’s time to figure out what really needs to be taught on a given week. I am going to share some tips on picking your homeschool subjects.
We are coming to the end of another school year and I am starting to get very nostalgic. It always happens. I look at the picture of my kids at the beginning of the year. Then I look at them now and I realize how much they have grown up.. This year my little guy has gone from my baby to a little kid. I knew it was coming but it still seems to surprise me. How did he grow up so fast? In the midst of teaching and equipping my oldest, I missed some very special things with my youngest. Are you going through the same thing as me? I want to share some things I am going to try so that I don’t shortchange the second-born child.
Don’t shortchange the second-born child.
Sometimes the choice to homeschool is directly connected to not working outside of the home. This can seem fine but it can become financially stressful pretty quickly. Whether you are trying to make bills or trying to get extra money to cover curriculum, being on one income can be difficult. Today I am going to share some work from home job ideas that could really work well. Not all of these will fit your situation but if there is one that will help that might be worth the time invested.