Introduction to Real Life Homeschooling

Oh, you homeschool? What is that like for you? I hear that more and more when I mention that I homeschool the kids. Well, this week I want to tell you about our homeschool days. Not the fun pretty pictures that I show you most of the time on the blog, but the Real Homeschooling that we go through day and night…yes, we homeschool at night too!

Real Life Homeschooling Day 1

To start the week off we are going to talk about schedules…or should I say the lack there of! You know, that fun pretty schedule that looks so wonderful, until something (real life) happens and you just can’t keep up…and yet your kids are still learning.

I also want to share with you the days of each of the kids.

Middle/High School classes with Moe Man. He does a lot on his own, and doesn’t like me taking pictures of him, but I want to share with you, what he is doing and how he is doing it.

Ray Ray is in 1st grade and loves to show off what he is doing. We will follow him for a day and show you how much different his day is from Moe Man.

Finally, we will see what Little Miss is doing in her preschool work. I will show you how the structured sit down and focus just doesn’t work for her and yet she is one smart cookie!

I hope that you will join me on this adventure and I would love to read some of your real life homeschooling adventures also!

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Here are some of the bloggers who are participating in this blog hop. Stop by and tell them that I sent you!

Every Bed of Roses Ben and Me Footprints in the Butter Mountain of Grace Homeschooling Raventhreads Counting Our Blessings Homeschooling for His Glory Ozark Ramblings Chestnut Grove Academy Only Passionate Curiosity Farm Fresh Adventures

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One Reply to “Introduction to Real Life Homeschooling”

  1. This sounds awesome! I look forward to hearing more šŸ™‚ My oldest is 4 and we've been doing "casual" preschool with her lol. She also is pretty smart – LOVES to "do school" but I've been thinking I'd like to try something mroe structured this fall. I really enjoy seeing how other homeschoolers do things as we're so early in our homeschool journey!

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