Monday’s Message

The 12 Days of Homeschooling

🎵The Twelve Days of Homeschooling🎵 (you can replace family with neighbor if needed) On the first day of homeschool my family said to me,“Can you homeschool legally?” On the second day of homeschool my family said to me,“Are they socialized?Can you homeschool legally?” On the third day of homeschool my family said to me,“Do you …

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Adding Composition and Literature during 7th-12th grade years (**New** YouTube video release)

Each week, if not daily I receive a variety of questions from my families as I make my daily care calls.  Thus far the frequent questions has been around Literature and composition for the 7th -12th grade years. Frequent questions I receive regarding adding literature and composition are: *when do I add literature and composition …

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Live Video: Under SC Option 3 Homeschooling: How to skip grade levels with the required 180 days of homeschooling

Great question came in from Sherita K. about homeschooling under Option 3 laws in South Carolina. How to skip grade levels with the required 180 days of homeschooling? Join me as we talk through this topic. (Share with your homeschooling friends and family. It just may be the information they are looking for.)   Serving …

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Three (3) – Considerations to ensure your high school student’s transcript and ranking info. is ready by May 31 UCHU deadline

It’s getting close to that time of year when UCHU – AA will be looking to receive final grades for high school students who are members of the accountability association. May 31 has been stamped as the day to turn in all final grades for the purpose of class rank and transcripts. This is not SC …

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Ten ‘thieves’ that robs your homeschooling day that’s in progress (Part 1)

It’s one thing to be diligent in keeping your children focused and on task. But sometimes…just sometimes…… Homeschooling parents have a hard time staying focused and on task as well. Hey….be honest! I’ve struggled with that too. (Shhhh….sometimes it’s a struggle even now.) I’m constantly having to set some boundaries for my homeschooling day. There’s …

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The homeschooling ‘path’ with holes, broken pieces and incomplete parts. Oh my!

As home educators we are our HARDEST critic. Often times this is true of most hard working people in general. There is no doubt that those who educate their own children at home are some of the hardest workers there are. We are juggling MANY things from day to day. Often times with a baby …

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In your homeschooling are you growing like a lobster? (video included)

I have home schooling families mention to me that homeschooling is somewhat stressing. Probably ‘self-induced’ stress. Never the less, whatever the case is….STRESS can provide some great benefits for you personally. But are you ready for them? Most of us run from pressure when it comes to things that aren’t comfortable. Things that are challenging. …

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