I did not always want to homeschool. I went to school for chemical engineering and worked in the field. I worked at a plant then became a training manager. When we began seriously thinking about homeschooling, I was pregnant with our third child. I knew I was leaving my current employer, but I was disappointed when the only opportunities that chased me—literally—were part-time.
We all homeschool in different ways!
Join us as we take a peek into the homeschool of one of our members Tumeka Slaton! #HomeschoolHelp
This is the time that families are looking at their homeschool year. While you have set your homeschool goals at the beginning of the year, this is also a good time to take a second look. Here are some steps to help. Step 1: Reflect Reflect on the last homeschool year and answer the following … Continue reading Reflect, Imagine, Assess and Set
Are you running around with your head chopped off? Have you found yourself wondering "What did I get myself into?" Have you recently asked the question "Am I stressed or blessed?" when it comes to homeschooling? I was at a GHEA Conference a few years ago when I heard a speaker Sharon Grimes talk about … Continue reading 10 Ways to Avoid Homeschool Stress
The new year is upon us and now is time for everyone to start evaluating how the school year is going so far. This can be a tricky time of year because you might feel you have not done what you wanted to and either be motivated to do better or discouraged and give up. … Continue reading Top 5 Things to Do for Your Homeschool in the New Year
As a multitasking homeschool mom you know how busy life can get. You need so many things. Patience, time, consistency. Join us for a quick boost to your homeschool day with our new weekly podcasts. Click here to listen and enjoy or go to https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ukxm7-7ec84e .
If you are a homeschooling parent, you know that homeschooling can be... well, emotional. I recently read about "The Emotional Cycle of Change" by psychologists Don Kelly and Daryl Connor and the parallels to the emotional cycle of homeschooling was so amazing I had to share. So if you are a parent considering homeschooling … Continue reading The Emotional Cycle of Homeschooling
As parents, we want so much for our children. It is exciting when their eagerness matches our enthusiasm, but what happens when that beautiful meeting of the minds doesn’t happen? You praise, you use pep-talks, you enlist consequences, and some of us go broke investing in the latest “fad” promise. We go through the frustrating … Continue reading Motivating the Unmotivated Webinar
Thanks to the generous sponsorship of The Study Hall Education Consulting Company, LLC we have toolkits to share with you from our past webinar topics. You are not going to want to miss this opportunity. Click on the links below to access your toolkit today! Starting the Homeschool Year Right Create Your Own Homeschool Curriculum