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With the uncertainty that currently exists in school systems across the country, more-and-more people are looking at the possibility of homeschooling for the first time. Though it can be quite confusing at first, I’m here to help make the transition as easy as possible.
Today I’ll explain how our curriculum has evolved from years past. I’ll also go over all the books and tools we’re using for school this year. Whether you’re looking to be a full-time homeschooler for the first time or you’re seeking some ideas to fill in gaps that remote schooling might leave, this episode will help you to make sure your kids don’t fall behind.
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More Homeschooling Tips:
- Strategies for the Unexpected Homeschooler (podcast episode)
- My Non-Fancy Homeschool Routine (podcast episode)
- How Being Homeschooled Helped Me Later In Life (podcast episode)
- Will my Kids Fall Behind? And Other Homeschool Questions (blog post)