Have you ever dreamed of up waking up in the morning, pouring yourself a cup of coffee, and sitting back as your children independently complete their homeschool assignments, all on their own?  Doesn’t it sound like total bliss?  Right now you might feel like a crazy person because you need to stand over your children and direct nearly every stroke of the pencil.  That dream of children who work independently may seem impossible to achieve.  In this series, I share with you exactly what you can do to start inching your homeschooled children toward that dream.  Join me!

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This series is a part of an exciting week where dozens of homeschool veterans are working together to bring you articles to really inspire you in your homeschool.

Let me show you a few of the planned topics these bloggers have planned:

Debra – 5 Days of Growing a Heart for your Community

Chareen – 5 Days of  Charlotte Mason Resources

Dawn – 5 Days of Homeschooling Teens

Michele – 5 Days of Keeping your Homeschool Alive

Tess – 5 Days of Homeschooling when Medical Issues Abound

Carol – 5 Days of An Honest Look at High School

Kelly KL – 5 Days of Homeschooling Children with Special Needs

Monique G – 5 Days of Homeschooling the Middle School Years

Kemi – 5 Days of Helping your child struggling in Math

Annette – 5 Days of Things We Enjoy in our Homeschool

Jennifer K – 5 Days of Inspiring Reluctant Learners

Lisa M – 5 Days of Popular Homeschool Teaching Styles

Kirsten W – 5 days of Homeschooling Twins

Wendy R – 5 days of Homeschooling Kids with a Large Age Gap

Rebekah T – 5 days of Simple Homeschooling in a Complicated World

Kym T – 5 Days of the Rewards of Homeschooling Teens

Ritsumei H – 5 Days of Homeschooling Books

Cassandra H – 5 Days of Knowing When and What to Change in Your Homeschool

Amanda H – 5 Days of Homeschooling Without Going Insane

Kristi H – 5 Day of summer math activities for preschoolers

Hillary M – 5 Days of Morning Time for All Ages

Melissa B – 5 Days of Extracurriculars to Add to Your Homeschool

Meredith D – 5 Days of Homeschooling a High Achiever.

Jodi G – 5 Days of Hiding the Word in Their Hearts.

Missica J – 5 Days of Eclectic Homeschooling

Linda S – 5 Days of Wit and Wisdom from Veteran Homeschool Moms

Ashley N – 5 Days of “Kitchen-Schooling” with preschoolers

Karen W – 5 Days of 5 Days of International Studies for Young Children

Jacquelin C – 5 Days of Hands-On Learning

Emilee R – 5 Days of Homeschooling as a Single Parent

Felicia M – 5 Days of Living the Bible in Your Homeschool

Elyse R – 5 Days of Finding our Homeschool Strengths

Erin S – 5 Days of Homeschooling with Living Books

DaLynn M- 5 Days of Threadbare Homeschooling

 

Click on the image below to find the wealth of information these homeschoolers are sharing this week.