I’ve been homeschooling almost 7 years. That doesn’t make me a “pro” by any means, but there are a lot of things I’ve tried. One of those things was trying to adopt a public school approach in my homeschool, and rightfully so.
I say rightfully so because I was once a brick-and-mortar teacher before becoming a work-from-home, homeschooling mom. I also had 13 years of public school education. Of course this led me to have specific beliefs about learning and education because of this
Where do I start?
After realizing that I was a “victim” of homeschooling from a public school mindset, changes had to be made. The question became, “Where do I start?” The route I took will be a little different than what I recommend to you; however, hopefully you’ll have the same ending result.
I first recommend that you understand that you don’t have to do public school in your homeschool. The strictness (or lack thereof) of homeschooling laws today would have you to believe differently. However, there are still ways to stay within legal limits while still creating a homeschool that matches your unique family.
To read more about how to do this, click here. My no-nonsense, 3-step approach has been written up in a post and part of My Joy–Filled Life’s Help for the Homeschool Mom 2.0 series. Over the course of this month, you’ll find lots of practical and encouraging tips, wisdom, and advice for homeschool moms!
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