As we wrap up another year of school, many moms and dads are wondering if the time put into homeschooling was worth the investment. Can they handle it for another year? Is it the right choice for their family? Jessica Collins homeschools five children, including a set of twins and a daughter with a severe … Continue reading Homeschool Roundtable Ep.12
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We’re nearing the end of the year for homeschoolers. Are you feeling defeated? Did you not meet the goals you set for yourself this year? Homeschool mom of four, Katherine Hannah of Hilton, New York, gives some tips to wrap up the year strong.
Do you ever feel like you’re not doing enough? Veteran homeschool mentor Judy Wnuk has some tips to break down the perfect homeschool day and to set realistic goals. Learn more about Sonlight.
As parents, we can feel frustrated that our sons are falling behind. They do not seem to homeschool the same way girls do. This week, we speak with 30-year homeschool veteran Kathy McFeaters to get some tips on how to process the schooling of sons!
Veteran homeschooling mom Deborah Wallace talks with Family Life’s Sarah Harnisch about pressing through the winter doldrums.
As COVID cases spike, more and more homeschoolers are finding their activities, field trips and sports on lock down. How can parents handle the isolation aspect, and keep their child’s mental health safe? Family Life’s Sarah Harnisch breaks it down with Pastoral Counselor Jay LaScolea in part 2 of this series.
Today, we explore the impact of COVID-19 and isolation on homeschooled and virtually schooled kids. Pastoral Counselor Jay LaScolea discusses the emotional side of doing school at home during a pandemic.
Homeschool Dad Derick Slack shares ways his family has trained his children about the political process and responsibility.
Danielle Peters of Corning, NY homeschools her five sons. Today, she debunks common thoughts about socialization for homeschooled kids.
With so many questions on how to start homeschooling, Jen Snyder with homeschool support group NYS LEAH (Loving Education at Home) talks about the need to stay connected with others. She also provides details on access to homeschooling regulations.