FREE Learning Lifestyle Roadmap

March 17, 2020

Sarah Shelton

Sarah Shelton

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Homeschooling can be tough. What most people never realize is that learning is happening all the time. A homeschool curriculum should be used as a learning guide, not a schedule to follow.

Yes, children need activities and learning opportunities. But, that can be done on a deeper, more meaningful level when the child’s unique learning timeline is taken into consideration instead of just following along in the homeschool curriculum.

Every child has different experiences which is why each child is ready and motivated to learn different skills at different times. A homeschool curriculum doesn’t take into consideration a child’s unique learning timeline.

The Learning Through Experiences method embraces the unique learning timeline and gives children the opportunity to explore something they want to learn while giving the parent confidence that the child is learning those ever-important skills needed to be successful in life.

Click here to download the Learning Lifestyle Roadmap that breaks down the Learning Through Experiences method to help you embrace the simplicity and positivity of learning.

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