If we don’t get too caught up in the comparison trap, seeing curriculum choices can be helpful. It’s fun to discover new and old favorites and see what works for other families. It can give a jumping off point for our own similar plans, confirm that our own plans are enough, or even show us what we don’t want to do. Here is a simple rundown of the main things I plan to do with my family this upcoming school year:
When it comes to homeschool, I love to plan. Seeing things laid out in pretty little organized boxes makes me feel like we might be onto something great. Find out about the five steps I use to plan our homeschool year and make sure your days run as smoothly as possible.
It’s important to me to have art supplies on hand that I can stand to have out spontaneously throughout any given day. I want to be able to say yes to my kids without giving myself hours of extra clean up. Find out what art supplies I recommend for creative kids at home.
Having uninterrupted time to myself for exercise would be ideal, but that’s easier said than done with a handful of little ones. This is just a phase. I know. But finding something else I’m happy with in the meantime has been tricky. Learn how Zumba Kids Wii can be a fitness solution for your family.
Have you ever felt overwhelmed trying to maintain balance in your life as a homeschooling mom? I definitely have. Read my tips for boosting your well-being and enthusiasm as a homeschool mom.
Hi! I’m Heather Tinker, homeschooling mother of five. Visit awhile and read more about Moments for Morale.
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