There is no one perfect way for homeschooling art with your child. Anything that works best for their age-level, interests, and ability will always make the class a success, so don’t be afraid to cater to those specifics.

Many homeschooling families prefer homeschooling year-round. There are many benefits to this schedule, including extensive flexibility, shorter workweeks, and frequent short breaks as opposed to one long one. Plus, it’s a great way to retain information among grade levels.

We already know that there is great freedom in homeschooling, and the freedom certainly extends to vacations, lengthy travels, or simply traveling long distances. With this freedom, we can go anywhere we choose and still remain in our educational wheelhouse.

There is much to be said for simply getting organized in your homeschooling routine, yet it can be a challenge for even the most detail-oriented mom.

If there’s one core truth that I would want every potential homeschooling mom to know, it is this: not everyone is going to get behind your decision to homeschool.

The topic of homeschool record-keeping is of the utmost importance, no matter where you are in your homeschooling journey. We will be looking at what it’s like to keep records at specific levels so that nothing is left out.

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