Though discipleship is not a homeschool issue I have a desire to continue to encourage those families to choose to homeschool. There are different challenges and different contexts that homeschooling families have to consider as they raise their children. I am equally sure that there are unique situations that families who send their kids to school need to address – but I can’t help in that arena particularly.
So sprinkled through family and parenting blogs you will find thoughts pertaining to homeschooling. These are the most read homeschool posts for 2016.
1–How to get your Kid to Hate Math (or not): The best way to get your kid to hate math is to make it irrelevant though the best way to get them to enjoy math is to make it real.
2–10 Tips for Successful Homeschool Lesson Time: If you have a time in your day where you sit down to study then these tips may well help you with all that has to be balanced in order to have a good homeschool day.
3—Our Homeschool Aftrenoons: Delight Directed Productivity: Our homeschool afternoons were spent in delight directed productivity – a time where the kids chose what activities they spent their time on.
4—Blending Housework and Homeschooling: when we look at housework and homeschooling from a family discipleship perspective there is no conflict but rather an opportunity to train our kids.
5—Top 5 Tips for Families Starting Homeschool: So much to take in when you are starting to homeschool but these 5 things will give you a good start.
6—Homeschool Scope and Sequence for the Whole Child: he scope and sequence tells you what you will cover and when in your homeschool. As a discipleship homeschool it needs to reflect the whole-life approach.
7—How to have Family Bible study with different kids at different ages: Family Bible study can be tricky when we have kids at different ages and stages, but with using these 8 keys it is possible. Bonus Parent Guide included.
8—Calming Activities to Help Kids Focus: Five calming activities to help our kids when they’ve been hyped up but then need to focus.
If you are new to the idea of homeschooling, or are just starting out I have created a ‘start here’ page to help you on your way to a lifestyle-homeschool, a perspective that involves the whole child, and their whole life. Start here for Heart Focused Homeschooling