And: Are you shocked at what you’ve discovered?
Not so very long ago, (about thirty years, or so) we began homeschooling in the middle of the school year.
It can be tough.
Or it can be total joy.
Or it can be both.
I’m here to encourage you: You can do this. You can make it a beautiful combination of toughness and joy.
I can show you how.
What follows are links to a five-part series of actual steps you can take to maximize your experience, and your student’s experience, as you wander through this new land called “Homeschool”.
For better or worse (It’s better, I promise!) you are now the 100% proud owner of a somewhat used child. Here’s how to spruce up your new acquisition and enjoy a great start-up and lots of remaining miles!
When you have a couple of weeks behind you, start taking a closer look and planning for the entire journey. No sense in running out of gas or getting lost. It’s time for detailing and getting a map.
The wax job that makes for smoother sliding through the environment. What to, and not to pack for the journey and how to squeeze it all in.
Changing the oil; getting the junk out of the radiator, and a decent set of tires can make all the difference in the world! You’ll go further and be more sure of arriving at all!
Those who get the most out of any trip are those who invest their entire beings into it. Is it time for you to make a major investment of your whole heart?