Great Homeschooling Links: May 6, 2011


Beware of Being Behind- Math-U-See Newsletter
This is a great reminder (whether you use Math-U-See or not) that your child will learn on their own time.  Don’t let grade levels drag you down.

Lessons From a Life Skills Day– Simple Homeschool
Kris shares how taking a day to learn life skills has many valuable lessons.

Homeschooling Under Stress– The Happy Housewife
Stef gives tips to get you through the tough days when homeschooling.

The One Where She Rambles On About Homeschooling– Gypsy Meadows
Stacey shares her homeschooling philosophy and detailed reasons for homeschooling.

How Do I Know What to Teach and When to Teach It?– Heart of the Matter
A great read for new homeschoolers.  Peggy gives many resources to help you find what topics are typically studied and when.

Three Areas of Mental Clutter that Sabotage Homeschooling– Jimme’s Collage
Jimmie shares how to clear your mind of mental clutter to be more successful in homeschooling.

Homeschool Mom’s Dirty Little Secret #3:  Anger– Successful  Homeschooling
Third in the series, Carletta explains the causes of anger and how to address it and  not be a bully to your child.

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Jenny is a homeschooling Mom of a 6 year old.  You can find her at Our Nifty Notebook, where she blogs about their homeschool and family adventures.

Angie Kauffman
Angie, a domestically challenged nerd and mom of three very fun kids, is the founder of Real Life at Home.  Angie also listens to music every chance she gets, writes eBookspodcastsloves Pinterestdocuments the little moments in life on Instagram, and occasionally sleeps.