Advice for Making Adjustments to Your Homeschool Year
Practical homeschool advice from moms who have been there
When my kids were young and no one had graduated from homeschooling high school, I took planning seriously. I had my four-year goals, this year’s goals, and then the plan (including curriculum choices, co-op classes, etc). Each year, I was at least pretty much ready by September 1 (I really tried not to start before then).
And each year, by mid-September, I was finding that some things were not going to work. The new math curriculum was a poor fit for this teen, one co-op class was just NOT going to work for another. These things happen.
Has this happened to you? It’s not uncommon, in fact, it’s quite common to find that there are some things that we planned well, but did not know what we did not know.
SO how does a homeschool mom handle it when we need to make adjustments in our new homeschool year? We have a few ideas for you!
Thankful wife of David for 23 years and momma to Caroline for 14 years - Relaxed Homeschooler - Lover of books - Seeker of wisdom from the Lord - Drinker of too many coconut milk mochas from Starbucks