When your child has sensory processing disorder, or just sensory issues, even homeschooling can be challenging. Here are some tools and tips to help.
Should you homeschool your toddler? The whys & hows of “tot school” and why you might not need to do anything special at all!
Keeping track of everything related to homeschooling can be overwhelming. Here’s a short list of homeschool planners and organizers for your convenience.
What is your reason for homeschooling? Are you considering for academic, social or health reasons? Homeschooling doesn’t mean it will be easier, tho.
Knowing how to homeschool means having a plan for your child’s education. You need to know what to teach when. Having a map helps you plan.
Deschooling is often anxiety inducing for new homeschoolers. Learn what to expect and why you need to deschool when you first transition to homeschool.
Many new homeschoolers are concerned if they are spending enough or too much time in school. What should the schedule be like?
How do I know my child is learning? There are tests and assessment options for the homeschool. You can also make your own report cards or gradebooks too.
When you’re just starting out, knowing how to homeschool can be confusing. It can help to de-school first, to figure out how to homeschool.
Are you suffering from homeschool burnout? The symptoms include exhaustion, irritability, isolation and procrastination. It’s no joke. Find out more.