Back to Homeschool Tip #3: You Can Make Homeschooling Affordable

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Back to Homeschool Tip #3 Homeschooling doesn’t have to be expensive. There are plenty of ways to make homeschooling affordable. Tips for Finding Homeschool Deals Here are some tips for finding homeschool deals and make homeschooling affordable for your family: Look for ebooks that you can reuse and bundles like the Homeschool Omnibus. This Omnibus bundle has some of the best ebooks for moms and homeschoolers for one low price. You’d be hard pressed to even by 2-3 of the {Read More}

Back to Homeschool Tip #2: No Perfect Curriculum

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Back to Homeschool Tip #2 There’s no perfect curriculum. It’s ok to stop whatever you’re using and try something else. Your Turn Share in the comments how you found the best curriculum for your kids. Original Photo Credit: Books by Ryan Hyde (CC BY-SA)

Back to Homeschool Tip #1: Routine

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I’m sharing some quick back to homeschool tips this month. I hope that they help you as you start your homeschool year… Back to Homeschool Tip #1 Don’t stress yourself and family out with a strict homeschool schedule. Create a routine instead. Your Turn Share in the comments how you create a routine in your home. Original Photo Credit: Business Calendar & Schedule by photosteve101 (CC-BY)

Homeschooling with a Modular Schedule

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Homeschooling Philosophy I started off as a Charlotte Mason homeschooler. I still believe in much of the Charlotte Mason philosophy for learning, but I’ve added in some elements from the Classical model that mesh well. I also hold to some tenets of child-directed learning and following your child’s learning style. I began to experiment with a modular schedule this past spring as I was nearing the end of my pregnancy with Josiah. It was difficult for me to plan and prepare too {Read More}

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