Did you happen to catch our Homeschooling Crimes Series? We ran this series the end of summer/beginning of the school year. Maybe you didn’t get a chance to read through all of the posts or missed the series all together. In case you missed a week we have compiled a list of all of our posts here in one convenient spot!
This series is a satire of sorts. It is meant to be funny, and maybe even a little sarcastic, but it is also meant to encourage, and to let you know that you are not alone in your struggles. I am guilty of many (almost all) of these homeschooling crimes and I share my guilt freely in this series.
The first post in our series:
The Mom Who Doesn’t Like to Read Aloud – I admit my guilt for the first crime ever and give you practical solutions on what to do when you don’t like to read aloud!
The second post in our series:
The Mom Who Can’t Teach Math (because she failed it in highschool) – are you horrible at math? Maybe you failed it in Highschool like I did! Do not fear! This post will help your kids with math even if you can’t!
The third post in our series:
The Mom Who Can’t Teach Her Child How to Read – yes you read that right! A homeschool mom who can’t teach her kids how to read! I bare it all in this post!
The fourth post in our series:
The Mom Who Isn’t Crafty – I throw Carrie under the bus in this post! She is not crafty, and I give lots of tips and ideas that have helped her and any mom’s that may not be crafty in their homeschool.
The fifth post in our series:
The Mom Who Just Wants to Play – would you rather play with your kids all day, then do school? You are not alone!
The sixth post in our series:
The Mom Who Isn’t a Morning Person – how do you homeschool when you can’t ever get up on time in the mornings? I tell you what works for our family!
The seventh post in our series;
The Mom Who Feeds Her Kids Junk Food (because she doesn’t have the time or energy to cook!) – I admit my guilt again. I used to be the granola mom and I have failed!
The eight post in our series:
The Mom Who Isn’t Organized – Planning and organizing your homeschool can be difficult if you aren’t a natural born planner at heart or if you are a “free spirit” like myself, who pretty much wings it on a daily basis.
Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for over 16 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!
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