Georgia Homeschooling Information & Updates

Fun Ways to Homeschool Outside

With spring just around the corner, we are itching to spend some time outside! After the long winter months, staying inside on a beautiful spring day to work on school is not something I’m interested in doing.

How to Prepare for a Homeschool Convention

Are you attending a homeschool expo this year? Here are some tips to help you prepare for a homeschool convention, and prevent homeschool curriculum overwhelm.

Convention season is right around the corner, and whether this is your 1st or 10th convention you will want to be prepared. So, what can you do to prepare for a homeschool convention?

Check out the Homeschool Vendors

Be sure you know who is going to be at the convention, and what products they sell. Familiarize yourself with them, and know which ones you want to visit.

How to Work Full Time and Homeschool

Can you work full time and homeschool? Yes! We are sharing a few tips to help you homeschool and work full time. 

Are you a parent who works a full-time job, but dreams of a homeschooled education for your child? You may be thinking that it is impossible to work full time and also provide your child with a one on one homeschool education. However, with some flexibility on everyone’s part, it is definitely possible. Many parents work and homeschool, here are some ways that they have already made it happen.

Homeschooling is a Lifestyle Choice

When I first began homeschooling I had no idea how quickly I would become passionate about it. Homeschooling has turned into a way of life. I am sure the same can be said for many of you. Homeschooling is a lifestyle choice. NOT just an education choice.

How to Create Independent Learners

Creating independent learners takes time, encouragement, and hard work. But, as our children grow they need to be able to work and learn independently. Independent learning is an important skill and one that will benefit them for a lifetime.

As homeschool parents, we are responsible for our children’s education. We take on that responsibility oftentimes when our children are young. By the time they reach middle school we are educating younger siblings and may be getting overwhelmed with the responsibility of educating so many different grades.
At this point, it may be time to start easing our children into independent learning.  This is an important thing for our children to learn. Independent learning can help them learn responsibility, prepare them for college, and helps them truly engage in the material.


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