I am thankful for the opportunity to homeschool my preschooler. Homeschooling is one of the privileges of living and parenting in the United States. If you are considering homeschooling, take a moment to read this resourceful post by Brittany. She is amazing! Her spouse is a physicist and he is involved in the homeschooling process as well. You need to read this post and reach out to Brittany for homeschooling questions. I have had a good experience with homeschooling so far. The little one is reading and learning above his grade level, and I do not have to worry about the indoctrination going on in the United States school system. If you know, you know. Thank you! ❤
Well, it’s in the books! Week 1 of Year 2 of homeschooling is finished. Last year our family tried out homeschooling. Due to Coronavirus and all the unknowns of the public school system, we realized that it’d just be easier to homeschool and therefore have a consistent schedule that fit well with our (my husband and my) work schedules. When we realized in the Spring that we’d be relocating to a transitional town, we knew it was time to plan for the second year of homeschooling. We’ve had people ask us how we like it and what curriculum we’re using and all that sort of stuff. I got to thinking, why not write about it and have a place that gives a thorough answer! So, this is it!
,I must admit, I wanted to try homeschooling for a while. I always thought that it’d be so fun to learn along…
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