Your homeschool roadmap to success!
Welcome to your comprehensive resources for back-to-homeschool!
It’s time to gear up for an enriching learning experience tailored to your child’s needs. Whether you’re a seasoned homeschooler or embarking on this journey for the first time, this collection of carefully curated articles has you covered.
In this post, you’ll find a wealth of valuable resources, insights, and practical tips to ensure your homeschooling adventure is successful and enjoyable for you and your child(ren).
Discover strategies for creating engaging lesson plans, fostering a supportive learning environment, and addressing the unique needs of neurodivergent and disabled learners.
“The most important work you and I will ever do will be within the walls of our own homes.” ~ Harold B. Lee
- The Benefits of Home Educating a Disabled Child
- What Classrooms Miss: The Benefits of Home Educating for Neurodivergent and Chronically Ill/Disabled Learners
- When a Parent Just Knows: Making the Decision to Educate at Home
- Lean Into Home Education: Making the Decision to Homeschool
- Can We Really Do This? Thoughts on Home Educating a Disabled Child
- Core Beliefs About Education
- Dismantling Authoritarian and Ableist Education Through Home Education
Planning for Homeschooling
- Planning the Home Education Year
- Back-to-School Planners
- 31 Days of Morning Circle Activities
- 31 Days of Pinterest Hacks
- Gameschooling Neurodivergent and Disabled Learners
- Adapting Board Games for Neurodivergent and Disabled Kids
- Simple Systems for Organizing Homeschool Materials, Paperwork, and Student Work
- Plan With the End In Mind
- Ditching the Teacher’s Manual
- Pinterest is Not the Curriculum
Educational Strategies for Neurodivergent and Disabled Learners
- The Fine Line Between Remediation and Fostering a Child’s Differences
- Honing Passions: Using the Child’s “Fixation” as a Motivator for Learning
- Is Remediation in Your Home Education a Reflection of Your Child, or Internalized Ableism?
- Making Transitions Easy: Tips for Home Educating a Disabled Child
- Teaching to Traits, Not a Diagnosis
Motivation in Homeschooling
Philosophy of Homeschooling
- Why Do You Care About Homeschooling?
- Home Education as Personal Rebellion
- The Necessity of Deschooling
- Fostering Non-Judgement and Nourishing Compassion While Cultivating Freedom of Choice in Your Home
- Don’t Fall Prey to a System Within the Freedom of Homeschooling
- Does Balance Exist in Home Education?
- Lies Society Accepts About Education
- Society’s View of the Parental Role in Education
- Bypassing Systemic Barriers in Education