What does the Modern Homeschool Family look like? They might be following a traditional curriculum or they may be using theme unit. They may be using virtual school or they may be unschooling. Education of the children may be under the careful guidance of a mom. Or a dad. Or a grandparent. They could be living on one income or both parents may work. They might be entrepreneurs, working from home.
Once stereotyped to have large families, grinding their own wheat berries and wearing matching clothes, homeschoolers today are a wonderfully diverse community. It’s a community that includes you, however you choose to educate your children (and whether or not you make your own bread).
The Modern Homeschool Family website is here to provide resources, encouragement and inspiration in all aspects of your lifestyle. After all, homeschooling, regardless of what shape or form it takes in your household is a lifestyle.
Our site is edited by a team that includes veteran homeschool families, newbies and everything in between. We invite you to subscribe to our weekly newsletter (see that box in the upper right hand corner of your screen?) and join our Facebook Group and be part of the family.
We’re always open to new ideas and new voices. Feedback and inquiries are welcome at mail(at)modernhomeschoolfamily(dot)com.
Orginally born out of my own passion for creating fun and unique lesson plans for my own children, I created this site to share ideas and resources with other homeschool families. As my children have all now graduated and living adult lives, I hope to provide encouragement to other families currently or considering homeschooling, through the blog and educational products offered in our store.
Homeschooling isn’t just about curriculum, though. It’s an entire lifestyle. That’s why you’ll find more than just homeschool printables and homeschool theme units here. You’ll also find recipes, crafts, homemaking, work-from-home advice and all kind of things for adulting.
Who Is the Modern Homeschool Family?
They are a lot like you!
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