After the “Why do you homeschool” question, the next question I get on a regular basis is “How do you start homeschooling?” While this is not an in-depth, step-by-step list, I share six suggestions to get ready to homeschool in this podcast.
If you’ve found yourself suddenly homeschooling, I just want to take a minute to encourage you. I saw someone recently call it “SIP” schooling (Shelter in Place) schooling, and I think that is a helpful distinction.
I have had several questions about homeschooling through email and blog comments recently. I wasn’t really planning for my podcast to be all about that, but since those are the questions and comments that I’m getting,
“We get 18 delicious summers with our children. This is one of your 18. If that’s not perspective, I don’t know what is.” Jessica Scott Today, I’m back and talking about three things I’m doing to simplify our summer this year.
Today, we are talking about how to do preschool at home. I share my favorite items and essentials for homeschooling preschooling…and they might not be exactly what you think they are! I absolutely love homeschooling preschoolers–life is our preschool,
Welcome to the Amazing Mess podcast! Episode #2 is all about encouragement and includes a favorite story of mine that made me realize just how much my kids needed my encouragement. Looking for ways to encourage your kids?
This has been a long time in the making! For the past few years, I’ve considered starting a podcast…I even bought all the equipment needed last fall. Throughout the spring, I’ve been working on several episodes. Then, I got scared. And nervous. And,