How to Homeschool – Quick Start Guide
Learn how to homeschool without the busywork!
This quick-start guide shortcuts your transition, or better yet, metamorphosis . . . from a stressed, feel-like-a-failure, busy homeschooler to a confident, relaxed and productive homeschooler.
Even better …
- There is nothing to buy.
- No fancy preparations.
- No teeth pulling either.
We will keep this simple and gentle. 🙂
I do ask 1 thing from you.
Give yourself a week to play, experiment, and mull over these ideas.
Yes, you may need to take a break from other subjects or activities.
Wait, what is that? You need to get permission?
Okay, let’s see, hmmmmm.
Who do we go to for permission when it comes to doing what is best for our children???
Oh, yeah, I know…
NOBODY! You got this!
You are right here, right now reading this guide because you want to make a change, right?
As the saying goes, this is not a race; it’s a journey.
It’s time to rebuild, refuel, and learn some new skills.
Take the time. Take a week.
SCARED WORRIED ANXIOUS … OK, HESITANT.
I get it.
I receive dozens of emails each week from homeschoolers who are (maybe) just like you. What do they say? They’re scared they’re not doing it right, they’re scared they’re failing their kids, they’re scared of changing things AGAIN, they’re scared of what others will think if they only knew XYZ about fill-in-the-blank… and on and on.
I was once in
their YOUR shoes. I was tired of trying one more thing not knowing how it would turn out. I didn’t want to put my kids through another round of Mom’s newest “great idea”.
Here’s what I have to say to that. I’ve used the tools and ideas I’m about to share with you consistently for over 15 years with my children… children of all ages, abilities, educational and emotional backgrounds. These tools have been the mainstay of our homeschool during the best of times and the worst of times.
Yes, we have bad days and days where we want to quit. But that’s not the norm.
Dozens and dozens (probably hundreds) of families have sent me their testimonies over the past decade and they share a similar experience. These tools and ideas work well for many children and families.
Give it a try. Or at least a read-through.
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