In this episode, Ann eases your fears about what it really takes to get your teen ready to handle college coursework. You'll discover that you CAN do this thing and it won't be as difficult as you think. Be encouraged and gain ideas to implement that will build your confidence that your teen won't be missing anything important needed to succeed.Read More
In this episode, Julie Ross chats with Shay Kemp, a fellow homeschooler, about the ways that her homeschool has changed since using the philosophy, principles and methods of Charlotte Mason. They discuss the topics of children owning their own education, flexibility within the structure of a schedule, living books, narration, and how each of these has helped their homeschooling day flow in a meaningful way as her family grows in using the methods of Charlotte Mason. Julie and Shay also share about how to begin a Charlotte Mason education with older children and ways to make that a smooth transition.Read More
The specific rules and regulations on record keeping for your homeschool vary by state. Some
states require vigorous record keeping while other states are very lax in their demands. Finding
out exactly what your own home state requires is your first matter of business.
The idea of homeschooling through high school is often the tipping point in many homeschoolers decision to quit in their child’s eighth-grade year, fearful that they are not qualified to teach their child, especially in areas such as science, math, and foreign language. Others, on the other hand, have no idea how to tackle high school credits.Read More