For Homeschool Moms
Learn to thrive as a wife and homeschool mom.
Encouragement for Homeschool Moms
Networking with other homeschool moms is a way to receive advice, ideas, support and encouragement.
The homeschool mom community is a place of empowerment, strength, and creativity.
Get connected through your local library, museum, blogs, support groups, and home school conventions.
Community Building for Homeschool Moms
Community building is essential for homeschool moms.
Link up with other homeschool moms through homeschool providers like Classical Conversations, a classical Christian Community.
Time Management for Homeschool Moms
One of the best tools for homeschool time management is finding a preplanned homeschool curriculum.
These preplanned curriculums have lessons plans, video courses, activities, and testing to help you save time and stay on track.
Homeschool Mom Appreciation
Are you a homeschooler that has your mom as your teacher?
Homeschool moms have many roles from teacher, to mom, to errand runner, chef, and housekeeper.
Show your homeschool mom some appreciation with handpicked flowers, a handwritten note, or a simple “Thank you, Mom, for all that you do for me.”
More Resources for Homeschool Moms
We were about to finish our first year of homeschooling, and I felt like our inaugural year had gone pretty well. I definitely knew my
It’s easy to think that our lives are so wrapped up in homeschooling, parenting, and discipling our own children that we can’t be of much
Join 27-year homeschool veteran Renee Lodolce as she addresses the Biggest Lessons She’s Learned through Homeschooling, Avoiding Burnout in Homeschooling, and How To Homeschool Very
https://vimeo.com/292192823 I’m pretty sure that when we reach the end of our homeschool journey, David and I will look back to see that God taught
https://vimeo.com/279767633 There are so many things to learn about homeschooling, parenting, and managing your household. This week, I’ve asked a couple of TTD favorites, Sonya
Following is a pretty lengthy post, but it was such a blessing to my heart as a homeschooling mom that I couldn’t wait to share
Balancing Homeschooling and Marriage
In order to balance homeschooling, family and marriage, it is a good idea to create a schedule and ask your spouse for input.
Schedule time for school and time for rest as well as carving out time for your spouse. Plan ahead but allow yourself grace if you get off track.
Again, one of the awesome things about homeschooling is the ability to create your own schedule.
Getting Your Kids Excited about Learning
As a homeschool parent, you are not limited to the four walls of a school or even your home.
Get your kids excited by taking weekly field trips. Have class outside by a beautiful lake or on the back porch or even by a camp fire.
Also, knowing you can get the school work knocked out in 3-5 hours instead of a full day of classes leaves plenty of time for extracurricular activities and hobbies like riding a bike, playing basketball, or learning a musical instrument.
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TTD365 Audio Resources - Homeschool Moms (Members Only!)
Speaker: Todd Wilson I’ve talked to plenty of homeschooling parents who were sold a plan. They followed the plan and then later stood before me…
Speaker: Steve Lambert As he approaches his 70th birthday, this father and grandfather of seven will share with you all that he’s learned in 40…