You can find information on homeschooling everywhere. You’ll get tips on schedules, routines, curriculum, book lists, projects, and everything else. That said, the information gets crazy overwhelming! Sometimes it’s easier if your research is a bit more specific. With my little kids, I often find so many projects that are for older kids that it’s hard to figure out what I should be doing now.
That’s where this ultimate guide comes in. We’re focusing down on the early years of homeschooling and how to make it work. We don’t need tips on high school yet (though, if you’re like me, you’ll want to read that guide too!)
Homeschooling the Early Years
Looking for more to read? Be sure to check out all of the other ultimate guides from the lovely bloggers of the iHomeschool Network!
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