A Single Parent CAN Homeschool: A How-To Guide
Divorce, Death, and Deployment are Facts Of Life, but They Shouldn’t Mean the End of Homeschooling
There is no shame in being a single parent. The circumstances of life are diverse and not at all times pleasant. There are many parents who find themselves alone in the pursuit of homeschooling a child – for a multitude of reasons. But we want you to be assured that it absolutely can be accomplished successfully, and that there are many others in your situation, as well as resources to back you up in your endeavor.
Whenever I go to a blog, I wish they had a list of all the posts. So here is my list.
About Homeschooling Help Blog
My goal with this home school blog, is to do the two things I love the most: write and help others. My hope is that through this blog, you will find the answers you need, the insight you seek and a passion for homeschooling that makes all of those tough days worthwhile.
Email me at jessica(at)polyweb.net
My Most Recent Post
This is the lastest post, regardless of catagory. It is merely the link for now and will soon be the whole article.
Homeschooled Kids Can Enjoy Awesome Educational Memories – Here’s How Building excellent childhood memories and retaining them is one of the most essential components of our personal development. Think about it – how treasured are your own unique stories and images ...
At times, being a homeschool family can become enormously overwhelming. It can begin to feel like chaos. Nothing seems to go right. Curriculum choices are hard. Scheduling is even harder. Money dries up, and budget belts tighten. Children feel the ...
Preparing for the SAT’s just isn’t what it used to be when we were kids. It’s truly a jungle out there. Nowadays, there are many forms of standardized tests – all technically used to level the playing field as far ...
Nearly every teen feels the need to fit in and be a part of a larger social community. And usually, there comes a point when this need becomes more of a craving – it’s an important part of maturing and ...
Have you considered homeschooling?
Parents learn to teach again quickly.
Inevitably it will happen: you WILL doubt your skills as a teacher. After all, most public school teachers have a thorough knowledge of their subject area – backed up by a degree and classroom experience. And you? You’re merely a parent whose last memory of algebraic equations may have swished out the door with that old pair of bright red parachute pants.
How to Reduce Anxiety Heading Back to the Classroom
As summer progresses and we get closer to the start of school, it isn’t unusual for you and your kids to get a bit stressed out. School is stressful, no matter where it is…and not just for the kids. Schedules become compressed, deadlines loom, and tempers can rise. Since your home may serve as the workplace, the school, and the family’s retreat, it’s important to prevent stress from building up.