Many parents find themselves heading into the coming school year as reluctant homeschoolers.
While some are embracing the opportunity to educate their children at home, many feel overwhelmed and unprepared, particularly when work obligations make supervising kids' lessons feel impossible.
While there are no simple solutions, there are ways to create a realistic plan that will reduce power struggles and make life easier in the coming months.
If you could use practical support and strategies for educating your children from home this fall, I hope you'll join me for Homeschooling Without Power Struggles!
Rebecca Kochenderfer is the co-founder of Homeschool.com. She is the author of two popular homeschooling books: Homeschooling and Loving It! and Joyful Homeschooling. Rebecca homeschooled her children from preschool through high school and has taken great pleasure in helping the next generation of homeschooling parents get started with their own children. Rebecca has now embarked on a new adventure with Journaling.com as founder and host. She is the author of Joy Journal, an uplifting collection of journaling tips and technique to help people connect, thrive, and grow.
• How to reduce power struggles, conflict, and negotiations around getting schoolwork done
• How to help children who struggle with motivation or resist distance learning
• Ways to foster genuine cooperation through attachment and connection
• What to do when lessons are over that doesn't involve a screen, or trigger kids to complain, "I'm bored!"
• A workbook to help you create your "Doing Our Best With What We Know Now" Plan!
• Strategies for juggling work-from-home demands while overseeing children's lessons
• What to do when kids are burnt out on screen-based learning
• Creating a game plan for homeschooling children of different ages
• How to maintain a loving parent-child relationship while overseeing lessons
• How an understanding of learning style can help children succeed
• How to find support and resources to help you homeschool effectively
• How to create routines to calm, settle, and soothe your family during these challenging times
PLUS, REGISTRANTS RECEIVE:
• A comprehensive, categorized resource guide
• An in-depth editable workbook to help you create a customized plan for your family
• A wonderfully calming audio program from Susan to help you regain your center when you're feeling overwhelmed
• Tips from Helen Irlen (Irlen Syndrome) on protecting your child's vision with heavy-screen exposure
The material covered in this class will help kindergarteners through middle schoolers.