Resources for New Homeschoolers
The beautiful thing about homeschooling is the wide variety of curriculum options available. That can also be the most overwhelming thing about homeschooling. With so many options, choosing one can be a source of anxiety. Picking the wrong curriculum can create a homeschool environment that’s not enjoyable for anyone. One important way to make sure…
Are you looking for a comprehensive homeschool curriculum that’s prepared with multiple subjects, or do you desire to supplement the curriculum you already have with additional trusted homeschool resources? You’ve come to the right place because this is a list of top homeschool curriculum that has been used and approved by thousands of homeschoolers.
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Included in this article are some informative tips that will help any parent in getting started with the initial steps of homeschooling: including legal help for homeschoolers, information about Homeschool Support Groups by state, affordable curriculum suppliers, and everything needed to organize a homeschool record-keeping notebook.
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One of the most common struggles parents face when homeschooling high schoolers is helping them learn how to manage their time and priorities effectively. It’s a skill that will help them now and later in life.Teaching your child how to organize and manage his or her time is one of the most valuable skills you can teach. Not only will it help prepare them for college and work, but it will also give them a sense of security and control in knowing exactly what is expected each day.
It took a bit of trial and error but by the time my oldest daughter was in her “junior” year (I use the term loosely. I know you homeschool parents know what I mean, though), we finally found a system that worked for us. Based on what I created for my own children, I worked with a designer (because, no, I’m really not good at fancy graphic design) to make one for you and your high schooler.
There is a plethora of online resources you can use to help with homeschooling. From online homeschool support groups for parents, lesson plans, games and worksheets, you can pretty much find it all. Of course, we can’t list every, single, online resource for homeschoolers in one blog post, but we can share a few of…
Take advantage of this Free Printable Homeschool Planner Worksheet for Kids! Just print out what you need and use a simple three ring binder to keep it all organized. You can even have your children put all of their completed assignment behind that day’s page and you have a neat, tidy, way of keeping your homeschool records together!