Homeschool Help Series - Introduction

Five bloggers with different backgrounds from around the world will be writing on the same educational topic each week. This new series called Homeschool Help should be interesting for parents, grandparents and educators alike.

Location, educational methods, philosophy, goals, family circumstances, family size and children's ages are all factors which make education unique. This series will combine five different perspectives and give us all new ideas for accomplishing our goals.

Here are the participating bloggers:

Hwee originally from Singapore, now living in the UK writes about her son's educational journey at The Tiger Chronicle.

Chareen at Every Bed of Roses, born in South Africa now lives in Victoria Australia where she home schools her three children ages 19, 17 and 7. Her husband is a zoo keeper and she is a Christian who loves books, scrapbooking and encouraging other homeschool moms.

Bernadette was home schooled and so was her husband. Now she homeschools her three oldest children in grades 5th, 3rd and K. She writes about life, fitness, cooking and God at Barefoot Hippie Girl.

Savannah, mother of four, has graduated two of her children and home schools the other two. She blogs about life, food, and homeschool at Hammock Tracks.

I'm Julie from Highhill Education, an American mother of three living in Germany. Hands-on projects and great books keep my 6th, 4th and K busy throughout the day. During the past year Leukemia has turned our life upside down, but we are getting through.

Here's the schedule of posts:

March 19 - Your Daily Schedule
March 26 - Book Recommendations for New Homeschoolers
April 2 - Handling House Cleaning and Homeschooling
April 9 - Juggling Alone Time and Homeschooling
April 16 - Free Resources
April 23 - Math...... All About Math

April 30 - Extracurricular Activities
May 7 - How to Juggle Cooking and Homeschooling
May 14 - Homeschool Co-op - Are You Involved?
May 21 - Local Homeschool Group - Are You Involved?
May 28 - Science......... All About Science
June 4 - Favorite Apps and Educational Websites

August 6 - What's New in Your Curriculum
August 13 - What's New in Your School Room
August 20 - What's Your Teaching Style for the New Year
August 27 - How do you teach Poetry?
September 3 - What are you and your kids reading?
September 10 - Journaling - Art Journal? Math Journal?

September 17 - History - How do you teach it?
September 24 - Help! My Child Hates Math
October 1 - Help! My Child Hates Writing
October 8 - Dad's Role in Homeschooling
October 15 - Foreign Language
October 22 - Suggestions for Someone Who Pulled Their Child Out of School Mid-Year

November 5 - School Year Round?
November 12 - Do You Give Grades?
November 19 - Burnout - What Do You Do?
November 26 - Top Six Read Alouds (Picture Books)
December 3 - Top Six Read Alouds (Chapter Books)
December 10 - Year in Review - What Do You Want to Remember?

To find and view the posts in this series please visit my Resources Page.

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  1. And you're still homeschooling with excellence, despite the Leukemia, that's what amazes me.

    I look forward to this series.

    1. It came during the summer and life stood still for several months, but then we needed to snap back into a routine that was somewhat normal. We have had a lot of help along the way.


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