Hi there! If you’re a new to homeschooling, or just beginning your journey, you’ve come to the right place!
When I first started homeschooling, I remember being overwhelmed by the sheer amount of resources out there. Homeschool styles, curriculum choices, homeschool schedules, legalities… there was so much! Where would I start? How could I know I was doing enough? Would I mess up my kids’ only shot at a decent education?
It’s for this reason that I’ve been writing a series of posts that I hope will be helpful to new homeschoolers. Browse the list below to find a topic that interests you, and feel free to email me at abi at woven homeschool dot com if you have a question that you’d like to see answered.
Resources for New Homeschoolers
- Answering Your Most Common Homeschool Questions
- How to Homeschool Legally
- Deciding What to Learn in Your Homeschool
- How I Homeschool Multiple Grades
- Homeschooling and Socialization: They Do Have Friends, Don’t They?
- Homeschool Looks Different from School
- The Homeschool Parent’s Learning Curve
- Suddenly “Homeschooling” Due to Coronavirus?
I truly hope these posts are helpful to you!
If you still feel like you really just want someone to walk you through the process from start to finish, I welcome you to check out my course just for new homeschoolers, How to Start Homeschooling.
This self-paced online class especially for new homeschooling families is a comprehensive guide to getting started homeschooling. The class will cover:
- Finding out how to homeschool legally where you live
- How to put on a homeschool mindset and take advantage of the unique benefits of homeschooling
- Homeschool styles, their history, and whether or not they might work for your family.
- Materials and resources for your homeschool, and how to choose ones that fit your lifestyle.
- Homeschool planning, scheduling, & routines.
- Organization of all the supplies and papers that come with homeschooling.
- Common homeschool issues and encouragement for the hard days.
- The class will include a mix of video and written lessons, complete with printable worksheets and “homework” to help you internalize what you are learning.
This class will take you from feeling frazzled and overwhelmed, to getting clear direction and a strong start in homeschooling.