Virtual Consultations Available for Your Homeschool Needs
Where do I Start?
We believe that homeschooling should be as stress-free and enjoyable as possible. Although there are a multitude of avenues you can turn as a homeschool parent, we are happy to provide a supportive roadmap as you embark on your exciting journey. Here are some tips on how to start homeschooling.
Click here to find homeschool laws in your state. Understand what it is and not. Rules vary from state to state.
Explore local, support groups in your area. These groups & co-ops can be useful resources. Be sure to tap into key home-schooling FB Groups.
Explore philosophies of education and curriculums options. Find the one that best matches your family priorities & your child's learning preferences.
Create a schedule and develop a plan.
Trust the process! Homeschooling offers a lot of opportunities but it is a slow process to find a rhythm that works for your family.
Specialized Curriculum Resources
Although there is no perfect curriculum, there are materials that can be helpful and need less modification for kids with unique learning profiles. The following contains books/series from various publishers that I most often recommend.
Homeschool Testing Resources
Budget-Friendly Curriculum Options
Math Curriculum Options
Teaching Textbooks (3-12) - Spiral-based, self-grading, college-prep curriculum. Not as rigorous as other math courses; designed for independent learners Math 3-Pre-Calculus.
Saxon Math (K-12) – Spiral-based, homeschool math program; easy to implement.
Math U See (K-12) - Mastery-based program with teaching videos, manipulatives & con- sumable texts; good for kinesthetic learners.
College Guide for Student with Disabilities
Preparing for College
Funding for Students with Disabilities
Scholarships for Students with Learning Disabilities
Enjoy your kids.
Learning should be continuous and it should also be fun!
Set healthy & realistic expectations.
Each year brings a new experience. Embrace change. Evaluate ahead of time what a customized experience looks like for your unique family.
Build a support system.
Input or inspiration, affirmation or validation. Finding a community can help to refocus and ground you on those tough days. Comparisons steal joy, but a community provides connections to remind you that you are not alone.