Learning with Other Families

Learning with Other Families Education PossibleAs veteran homeschoolers, we know there is power in numbers. Community is essential.

We need other homeschooling families to walk the journey with us; for camaraderie, for ideas, and to sometimes share the load.

Over the years, we have learned that we don’t have to be our children’s only teacher. Friends can work together, each sharing unique interests and skills.

As homeschoolers, we get to decide how to “do” school.

Fortunately, we’re not forced to stay home, working alone, while sitting at desks. We have the freedom to hang out with our friends and get school done at the same time.

One of our favorite ways to learn with others is through co-ops.

We’re not talking about starting an all-day co-op, with dozens of families. We mean getting together with a few friends to study a specific subject.

This week we’re going to show you:

In our opinion these are great small co-ops to begin with. They are fun and super easy to get going.

So, if you’ve always wanted to set up a co-op with your friends, but didn’t know how to start, join us this week for some practical ideas!

Megan Zechman
I love homeschooling! Learning is a way of life for our family. Most days you will find us exploring our Central Florida community, having fun while learning. I am constantly looking for new and interactive ways to engage my older children.
Megan Zechman
Megan Zechman
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