For the past few weeks, I have had the opportunity to review the Successful Homeschool Made Easy Course. I have been reading every chapter, taking notes, doing the assignments and pondering about every topic. Here is what I learned.
What is Successful Homeschooling Made Easy?
It is a 26-week course that says it will provide everything you need to homeschool your children whether you are brand new to homeschooling or have been homeschooling for a while. It offers advice and guidance about goals in homeschooling, reasons for homeschooling, a vision for your homeschool, scheduling, curricula and a long list of other relevant things.
How does Successful Homeschooling Made Easy Work?
I received a welcome email and every week, I would get one email with our lesson for the week. Every lesson is different and it focuses on topics that are important and relevant in homeschooling. Some of the topics are ingredients for homeschooling success, Math, curriculum choices, scheduling and so much more. This is a 26-week course, so the course will send one email every week for 26 weeks.
How Did I Use and Implement Successful Homeschooling Made Easy?
The lessons are easy to read and printable. I keep a binder with the lessons that help me go back to past topics and revisit questions that were asked. I am sure that I will revisit those notes in years to come. The lessons aren’t super long or tedious. They are very reflexive and contain just the exact information for busy homeschooling moms.
I have a child who is in love with Math and so we are going for it and letting him learn as much as he is ready for in this subject. Lesson 2 gives a list of 12 questions to ask when choosing math curriculum and it comes with an extra file of bonus material full of math games. I appreciated the lesson with other homeschooling moms’ personal experiences and invaluable advice.
Successful Homeschool Made Easy is a program that, in my opinion, can be very helpful for mothers that are new to homeschooling because it touches on the basics, how to get started, how to create a schedule and other important things. It can also be a very helpful program for mothers that are veteran homeschoolers because it helps refocus and find the reasons why we started homeschooling in the first place.
I really like that this course can help moms that are homeschooling preschoolers and high schoolers. It helps make it a bit easier to homeschool children of different ages and to avoid burnout. It really brought one thing home for me: Who am I and how am I taking care of myself to be the best mother that I can be for my children?
It is so easy to get lost in others’ needs and wants that we forget or neglect our needs and wants until we are drowning in appointments, parties, curriculum choices and what it takes to maintain a household. I appreciated the book recommendations given in the lessons, too. I have made a good reading list for myself and looking forward to getting it started.
I hope that this post helped you learn a bit more about this course.
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