How do you keep homeschooling when mom is sick? What should the kids do? Is it okay to take a day – or more – off from school? Or what about a prolonged illness or season of burnout? Here are some practical solutions and encouragement for everyone in these situations.
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Welcome to the show notes for Episode #132 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.
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Listen to the Podcast
Are you homeschooling with a chronic illness? Or maybe you know someone who is. Listen in on my conversation with Rachel Smith to learn that you’re not alone or how you can encourage your friends in this situation. Here’s episode #66.
Check out episode #83 to learn that your homeschooler is not behind.
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Join the Homeschool Mom Collective Membership to get some help in the month of October. We’ll be working together on how to come up with a plan for your homeschool when mom is sick or facing burnout.
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