I guest posted at The Homeschool Classroom today, and I hope you’ll head over and read about my personal “homeschool do-over”. Obviously, since my last post, you can tell I’ve been thinking a lot about “doing over” our homeschool year.
It’s time for some real planning for changes, and I really look forward to a new year ahead. So I’ve come up with a few tips I’ve learned along the way that may help you as well.
Here’s a brief snippet of the post to peak your interest:
Recently I’ve been contemplating what my homeschool year would have been like if I could do it all over again. Sure, we had a lot of great times this year- my kids had an awesome year staying busy with church, friends, and extracurricular classes.
But there were just a few very simple and basic ideas, from the way I spent a lot of my time to the way I scheduled our days, that I want to change for next year.
So what about you? If you had a do-over, would you give your homeschool a makeover for next year?
Tips for considering changes for the upcoming school year:
1. Consider what you and your kids had an aversion to
I really hope I’ve peaked your interest. If you want to read the rest of this post, please head on over to The Homeschool Classroom!