I love when listeners send in their homeschool questions! Today we’ll be talking about solutions to one listener’s questions about starting homeschooling and how to make it work. I know she’s not the only one dealing with these challenges. Do you have a homeschool question that you’d love to hear answered on a future podcast? Contact me!
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Welcome to the show notes for Episode #130 of the Homeschool with Moxie Podcast!
As a former classroom teacher, now homeschooling mom of five, I love to equip and encourage other homeschooling families.
On the Homeschool with Moxie Podcast our goal is to inspire and encourage you with actionable strategies to take you from overwhelmed to confident in your homeschool adventure. Listen to interviews with amazing influencers in the homeschool world and beyond.
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Listen to the Podcast
In this episode, I’ll talk through the ideas and solutions I gave to a mom who emailed me. I know many of you are likely having the same concerns, so tune in to get some practical strategies and encouragement!
Here’s what she sent:
I’d like to homeschool. But I’m not sure how to make the transition. It feels impossible. If you could answer these questions, I would appreciate it
- If I signed my son up for kindergarten already, is it too late to change my mind?
- I work 9-5 (from home for now). Is it even possible for me to homeschool with my work hours?
- What do you do with your children while you’re working if you’re a single parent with no friends / family to help care for them?
- How can we socialize our kids with other kids so they can make friends if we homeschool?
Resources for Other Homeschool Q&A
Here are some general posts to help those of you homeschooling for the first time:
- Why You Don’t Need a Teaching Degree to Homeschool Your Kids
- Tips for Young Homeschool Moms
- Advice for Your Homeschool Schedule
- Get Online Homeschool Support Through the Homeschool Mom Collective
- How to Start Homeschooling
- The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Kindergarten
- Homeschooling an Only Child (plus socialization questions!)
- 5 Best Things About Homeschooling Kindergarten
Are you transitioning from public school to homeschool? Get the tips and strategies you need for this transition.
The Homeschool Legal Defense Association gives you all the information you need for how to get started legally in your state.
These two interviews were amazing!
For those of you concerned with finances (isn’t that most of us?), here’s some helpful posts: