Step Two A SNEAK Peek: at Inside Out Homeschooling
What if, by the time you finished homeschooling your children
- They are kind.
- They are confident.
- They look people in the eye when spoken to.
- They befriend the new kids.
- They put down their phone when others are in the room.
- They are strong and hard working.
- They know how to cook, chop wood and change the oil on a car.
- They are compassionate and caring.
- They LOVE to read and devour the written word.
- They never text and drive
- They hunt down information when they get excited about something.
- They can balance their checkbook and manage a budget.
- They can break down a project into a workable timeline.
- They can manage a calendar.
- They can create powerpoint presentations and present their ideas to a group.
- They rejoice when others succeed.
- They run to do the right thing, even though they might be afraid.
- They learn there are two kinds of information:
- Things they already know
- Things they can learn.
- They are not afraid of learning hard things.
- They know the difference between needs and wants.
- They refuse to live in debt, but instead work hard and save.
- They are the first to volunteer and the last to leave.
- They still love Jesus
Mama, If you completed your homeschooling journey and could see your children
Wouldn’t you count all your efforts as a HUGE success?
The Homeschooling path can be a dusty, intimidating and sometimes lonely journey.
Do you ever worry about messing up your kids like I used to worry about messing up mine?
We all do.
This is a glimpse of some of the lessons you'll get with Inside Out Homeschooling. All for the cost of a couple of cups of coffee
Enjoy your Sneak Peek at Inside Out Homeschooling and your copy of my new book Homeschooling from the Inside Out.
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I'm a lover of Jesus, a blessed wife, and the happy homeschooling mom of FIVE amazing sons.
(It's crazier than it sounds)
I don't believe in "one-size fits all" homeschool. Honestly I don't believe homeschool is for every family.
Different ways we've educated our five boys over 20 years:
- Public school
- co-op school
- Sharing curriculum with friends
- Online public school
- Charter School
- Design and create own curriculum
- Community college
I've been homeschooling for 20 years and mentoring homeschool moms for over 10 years now.