Friend of the blog, Daksina shows you how she makes unit studies for her family.
There is only one universal rule when planning. Finding a system that motivates you to action is the tricky bit, but we’ve got your back.
Over planning things that sound good but you won’t actually do, is a waste of time and makes you feel bad. (Ask me how I know this…) Here’s what I suggest you do instead.
Whether you’re off of school or just having an off day; whether you’re on holiday or having a season of life where you wish you were, an app could help you sift home ed gold from the day so you can rest secure in the knowledge your time was not lost even if it wasn’t spent to plan.
Having used a general bullet journal since 2014, I started using a separate Home Ed bullet journal 6 months ago. Here I give you 22 ideas for useful things to have in your home ed bullet journal, as well as ways to use it every day.
As most of you, dear readers, are preparing for a new season of sowing seeds, my advice is to look forward to the harvest! There are many shiny maths and science and history and English curricula, oh so many, and if you feel your brain melting over which will be the best for your child, stop, take a breath, and ask yourself what you hope to harvest.