31 Days of Homeschool Helps
31 Days of Homeschool Helps is all about helping you, as the homeschool mom, to create and plan a homeschool that you love. It goes beyond what “school” is, and instead encompasses all aspects of the home. Because, when we are homeschooling, we are really learning to live life and learn together as a family.
This entire year, and most of last year as well, have been a whirlwind. I don’t know if it is because the kids are getting older, or if life really is moving at warp speed. You end up in survival mode. You just want to get through one more day, and then things will be better.
I know that isn’t how you want to run your home and homeschool, it isn’t how I want to run mine either. Changes had to be made, but changes take time.
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We will talk about what is finally working. Also, we will discuss what you have to say good-bye to in order thrive in your every day. My hope is that you will see what a joy it is to homeschool. You want to cultivate simplicity in your home and homeschool. You will know when to let go of things that are no longer working in favor of a new blueprint in the way you and your family are living your lives. And homeschooling is one of the biggest parts!
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Day 1: Homeschool Planning
Day 2: Planning Your Homeschool Year
Day 3: Planning Your Homeschool Weeks
Day 4: Planning Your Homeschool Days
Day 5: How to Incorporate Planning Days
Day 6: Quotes
Day 7: Rhythms and Routines Introduction
Day 8: Time Inventory How to Guide
Day 9: Create Margin to Live your Best Life
Day 10: Morning Routine – Yes You Can!
Day 11: An Evening Routine to set Your Morning Right
Day 12: Weekly Meetings for Homeschoolers
Day 13: Quotes
Day 14: Homemaking and Homeschooling Introduction
Day 15: Homeschooling and Homemaking with Kids
Day 16: Why you should Pack a Lunch for your Homeschooler
Day 17: How to get Dinner on the Table
Day 18: Dealing with Clutter
Day 19: Homemaking Expectations vs. Reality
Day 20: Quotes
Day 21: Goal Setting Week
Day 22: Why are Goals Important?
What one thing do you struggle with the most when it comes to homeschooling?
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Thank you so much for sharing your very down to earth homeschooling journey. I miss the days of dropping the kids off at VBS but am really enjoying cooking for all of the kids and volunteers.
Love to set up. Easy to use. I look forward to looking around more.
Thank you for sharing all the resources! We have bought so many read alouds from your Sonlight haul/unboxing. Thank you for a chance to add more to our homeschool from Rainbow Resource!
Advice for new homeschooling family of an 11th grader who has not been successful in “brick and mortar” school?
First, I would sit down and talk to your student. Ask what they are interested in. What is it that they hope to do in the future? Is there a particular interest or topic that you could develop a program of study around? Giving the student more ownership and autonomy of their education is important, especially at this age. I would love to chat further with you about this. You can send me an e-mail through my contact form here: https://www.townsend-house.com/contact/
Oh my goodness. I saw your giveaway and thank you for this opportunity so much. Our dad abandoned us and it has just been so hard since the pandemic started. I hope I’ll win so that I can buy the things I needed for nursing school since it’s my dream to be a doctor and I’m starting college next year. Thank you so so much 😊💕
Despite the depressing experiences and moments of my life, doubts that maybe I can’t go through but this gives me a bit of hope to continue this excruciating journey