Humor is a natural part of life that we all enjoy. And while we all can use a good laugh every now and then, no one appreciates silliness more than children. The inclination to be silly is not only a developmental necessity, but it can also be an early indicator of positive psychosocial traits and creative thinking.
The beginning of a new school year is so exciting to us―it’s the opportunity to apply what you’ve learned (if you’ve been homeschooling for a while) but also to start fresh with a new mindset, method, and even curriculum! As you embark on this new school year, we’d also like to encourage you to adopt a new way of thinking about correcting your child during lesson time.
Many people we meet and speak with through our community would love to start homeschooling, but often they feel overwhelmed or unsure about where to start. In this post, we have broken down our top 5 tips and steps to help you get started homeschooling with success.
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So many of us come into homeschooling with a mix of insecurity and even bad experience with our own math education journey, and often this saps our homeschool joy and confidence before we’ve even begun.
Homeschooling neurodivergent children can be filled with positivity, growth, healing, and bonding for you both.
Here are six tips to help make family homeschooling a success.
Read on for more about the value of your rhythm, plus a free downloadable homeschool rhythm chart that can help you find yours.