Do you need to simplify your homeschool? Here are the four main areas to tackle if your homeschool has gotten out of control.
Welcome to the show notes for Episode #98 of the Homeschool with Moxie podcast!
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Here’s How to Simplify Your Homeschool
- Utilize a “do the next thing” style (also called open & go)
- Create systems for completed work and/or a portfolio
- Have your kids keep track of grades and tracking progress
- Teach multiple ages and grades together for as many subjects as you can
Homeschool Rocks Because of Immediate Feedback
Systems for Homeschool Paper Clutter
How to Create a Transcript for Your Homeschooled High Schooler (includes link to the Grade Sheet we use for high school)
Narration for Non-Charlotte Mason Homeschoolers
Ancient History-Based Writing Lessons from IEW Review
How to Homeschool Multiple Ages Without Losing Your Mind
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