WOW! This marks my 10th year as a homeschool mom!
It is safe to say our homeschool journey has been filled with joy as well as challenges. We started homeschooling our oldest son because of some learning challenges he faced and we have always taken things “one year at a time” based on the needs of our children and the life events facing our family.
I have learned so much over the past 10 years – about my children, their learning styles, local activities, educational methods, etc. It seems just when I think I have things figured out we encounter a new twist (or opportunity as we should call it) and the learning starts all over again. This year we will be starting to homeschool high school – talk about a steep learning curve about transcripts and credits!
The most helpful resources I have found have all come from other homeschool moms.
I have been fortunate to meet many amazing and gracious women over the past several years who have always shared their knowledge and insights with me without hesitation.
As much as I would love to be able to call one of my homeschool mom friends anytime I have a question, our busy schedules don’t always allow for a discussion over a cup of coffee or even an extended phone call.
So, earlier this year I thought about these questions….What do you do if:
- You don’t have time to track down a homeschool mom and ask her for some help?
- You don’t know anyone familiar with the homeschool issues you are facing?
- You would love to have 1 resource you could keep and refer to over the years as you progress in your homeschool journey?
My New Favorite Homeschool Resource
This is the resource I wish I had access to 10 years ago!
When I was invited to contribute to this eBook about homeschool tips and ideas I jumped at the chance.
This eBook includes 103 insights every homeschool mom needs to know, all of the information is contained in one convenient place, and it is useful throughout the homeschool years.
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As readers of Education Possible, you are probably looking for even more ideas to help with the middle school years.
Megan and I contributed 5 topics to this eBook – we would love if you would start with these
- Teaching History With American Girl Dolls
- How to Start a Homeschool Book Club
- How to Make the Most of a Field Trip
- How Homeschooling is Different from a Traditional Classroom
- Understanding Your Child’s Personality Type
There are sections about homeschooling different “Ages & Stages”, “Learning Resources” for different subjects, and tips for mom about “Managing Your Life” while homeschooling.
The best news is this is a convenient eBook that will remain useful for years! Download it onto your computer or tablet and read the sections that apply to you WHEN you need them.
I am really excited about the many sections that focus on homeschooling high school, as well as the tips for home and budgeting!
For the price of having coffee with your friend once you can have this “The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas: 55 Moms Share Their Expertise on 103 Topics” for your entire homeschool journey! Download your copy today.
If you prefer a paperback version, we have that too! Click here for information about the printed version of The Big Books of Homeschool Ideas and order your copy today!
Enjoy and please let me know if you have any questions!