Weekend homeschool links: September 23rd
Have you checked out my simple and effective “stop-light system” for how to handle a bad homeschool day? It’s part of my free mini-course The Ages and Stages of Homeschooling, which I created with Pam Barnhill and Colleen Kessler. It includes short videos and PDFs – enjoy!
Weekend homeschool links:
- On Overwhelm
- Where Do You Find Rest
- How to Avoid Comparing Your Child to Someone Else’s
- 8 Reasons You Wake Up Tired, And How To Fix It
- Promises to My Family for Our New Homeschool Year
- 7 years ago on the blog: What to do when your day falls apart
- In case you missed it this week: Let Go To Thrive When Homeschooling Neurodiverse Kids
- This week on Facebook: Q&A: How Should I Handle a Child’s Resistance?
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