Have you suddenly been thrust into the world of homeschooling, and you aren’t sure where to begin? Are you looking for ideas on how to homeschool? Then you’ll want to check out the How to Homeschool Summit for help!
Getting started on the homeschooling journey can be a confusing experience for anyone. If you’ve suddenly had to start homeschooling because of school closures, then it can be downright overwhelming! Several experts in the homeschool blogging world want to help out during this difficult situation. More than 40 of us have come together during this time to bring you the How to Homeschool Summit.
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How to Homeschool Summit
The How to Homeschool Summit was created to fill an immediate need for all of those now unexpectedly homeschooling. But it is also a wonderful resource for all homeschoolers. It contains more than 50 workshops and is entirely online and pre-recorded which means you can listen to any of the workshops from home at a time that is convenient for you!
Workshop topics include:
- How to get started homeschooling
- Homeschooling styles and methods
- How to choose homeschool curriculum
- How to homeschool and work from home
- How to create an effective homeschool schedule
- How to homeschool for FREE
- How to homeschool high school
- How to earn college credit while homeschooling
- How to homeschool a child with special needs or chronic illness
- Homeschooling preschool
- How to make a smooth transition from public/private school to homeschool
- How to balance homeschooling with homemaking and life
- Secrets to homeschooling success
- Things no one tells you about homeschooling
- What happens when you didn’t plan [or want} to homeschool
- Homeschooling laws
- How to homeschool your children and work full time
- AND MANY MORE!
Once you’ve signed up for the How to Homeschool Summit, then take a look around at my homeschooling posts for some more ideas that may help you during this time.
I also encourage you to get outside if you can to do some nature study with your kids. Pull a book on the shelf that your kids haven’t had a chance to read yet and do a family read aloud. Even if your homeschool journey is a short one, enjoy this unexpected time you have to spend with your kids and create some fond memories to look back on in years to come.