Tuesday, July 21, 2020

6 Homeschooling Blog Posts That Newbie Homeschooling Parents Should Not Miss

Hey friends! Summer holidays are over and school sessions are back with a bang.
Are your kids enrolled in a school and doing classes online, or you are homeschooling in India for this whole school year? Maybe you are contemplating homeschooling in the long run and looking for homeschooling facts to begin with? Wherever you find yourself on the homeschooling smorgasbord, here is some homeschooling help for parents to start with. 

Make science fun with experiments - homeschool science project
N with a DIY Homeschool Science project: A solar-operated cardboard plane
Many of you - my dear readers, have been sending me your questions about the why's, what's and how's of homeschooling. As much as I'd love to, I do not have the bandwidth currently to get on a call with each parent to explain the vast landscape of homeschooling facts. So, I've decided to consolidate all the homeschooling resources that I have created and make some more, to help you transition to this eclectic homeschool lifestyle.

Note: Scroll below to find out how you can be the first readers to read a part of my upcoming, still-in-progress book about creating a relaxed homeschooling experience.

So, here are the first few questions you may have about homeschooling and my answers to that:

6 questions you need to ask yourself if you are considering homeschooling your child/children. Go over each of these questions in the post and jot down your answer. When you mull over your answers honestly, they will help you make the decision and then ease into a homeschooling life.

Simple things you can do to transition into a homeschooling life with your Kindergartener. Often, we tie ourselves up in knots, wondering how we can create a rich and stimulating educational environment for our little one. We want Pinterest-worthy teaching tools and state-of-the-art kiddie furniture to make our homeschool days shine. But honestly, all your need are a few things and plenty of enthusiasm to begin.

Homeschooling help for parents - add creativity to your homeschool schedule
Art classes at our homeschool
6 Ways to create a homeschooling mindset and gear up for the ride. Like a lot of things in life, it all boils down to how we view homeschooling and how we have first prepared ourselves for the journey.  Do go over these 6 things to tighten the seat-belt as you get ready to take off on a rollicking adventure!

6 Questions and opinions that you must be prepared for from others, if you homeschool your child/children. Even though the Lockdown has made people aware of homeschooling, the challenges and what this concept is about, there are still many people, who will believe that homeschooling is only an interim option during the pandemic. If you are planning to homeschool for your child's entire school career, then take a look at these hilarious (and sometimes annoying) comments and be ready for them, when these come your way ;-).

Homeschooling Facts - Bring history lessons alive through art and craft projects
Art history project
5 Fun ideas to add joy and fun to your homeschooling routine. Homeschooling can be as interesting or boring as you want it to be. You, as the homeschool teacher, can either be a Drill Sergeant following a strict schedule to the T or free flowing homeschooling parent, who enjoys creating an adventure out of his/her homeschool days. Here are a few ways you can make your teaching more fun and your days together, fulfilling.

60 Online homeschooling resources to use in your lesson plans. I've put together a mixed bag of website links, blogs and Youtube channels to help you gather daily inspirations and ideas as you put together your lesson plans. You can download it for free by singing-up for my blog.  Download it here.

Call To Action:

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