Connection with my kids initially got worse when we started homeschooling. I was the teacher, and they should just do what I decided they should do because I said so! And guess how great those days were. . .
Typically for the month of November we do something centered around gratitude. If you want to do the same, now would be a good time to sit with your children and decide what that activity might be, together.
Homeschooling is busy, you’re with your kids all the time, and often they can give you a hard time about getting their school work done. You may at times think “WHEN CAN I JUST GET ONE MINUTE OF PEACE TO MYSELF?!”
“Isn’t homeschooling already a little less conventional?” And while I would agree with you, our new path is actually even less frequented. It’s somewhat grown over, so to speak. Yet beloved by those who travel it. We are unschooling.
Spring has sprung in the North East. When winter melts away into blossoms, birds, and blue skies I always feel the desire to clean things out. Spring cleaning your home is a common practice when the weather turns. What about spring cleaning your homeschool?
Math and reading and everything else are certainly important, but to me, the most important thing I can do for my children is to help them develop a relationship with God and to become good human beings. The rest will all work out!
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