Just wanted to let my lovely readers know about a new blog series that I have been working on called Real Homeschooling for Real Families. I have been gathering guest posts over the past few months from other homeschooling mama’s who have offered to share their homeschooling method or homeschooling style.
Each week we will be adding a new post to the series until we no longer have submissions. (If you would like to write a guest post for this series or about a curriculum that you love, please contact me!) This series will include posts about the following homeschooling methods: Charlotte Mason, Classical, Eclectic, Lifestyle of Learning, Montessori, Principle Approach, Unschooling and Unit Studies so far.
If you are new to homeschooling then I am sure that your mind is spinning as you research how to start homeschooling for your family. You probably have learned all sorts of things like the options that you have and the choices you will need to make. If you come to understand some of the more popular homeschooling methods along with how other family’s implement them, the you will be ahead of the game when you start your homeschool in the Fall.
This post will explore Classical Education while being a Stay at Home Mom or working fulltime.
May 13- Whole Life Unschooling by Talia
This post will explore what whole life unschooling means and how you can unschool multiple children.
This post will explore how understanding what a lifestyle of learning means will transform your family.
May 27 – Unit Studies in Middle School By Pat
This post shares how to use unit studies for middle school while building independent learners.
This post shares how you can decide whether eclectic homeschooling is for your family.
June 10- The Principle Approach by Heather
This post shares what the Principle Approach is and how you can use it with curriculum you already own.
June 17 – Typical Day in Charlotte Mason Style
This post shares what a typical day looks like for a family with younger learners with the Charlotte Mason style.
June 24- Eclectic High School by Pat
This post shares how to create an eclectic high school for your student.