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Prioritizing in a Large Homeschool

Posted By Jessica Fisher On February 23, 2011 @ 1:00 am In Homeschooling | 10 Comments


Once a month I get the privilege of publishing an article at Simple Homeschool [5]. Since homeschooling takes up a huge percentage of my life, it’s been so good to get me thinking about the whys and wherefores of teaching my children at home. Today I address methods of prioritizing in a large family homeschool.

From today’s post: [5]

It probably goes without saying that teaching six children can be a challenge [6]. How do I prioritize? Where do I focus my time? How do I make sure they all learn to read, write, and tie their shoes?

It’s not impossible to teach a large family. Yet it takes thoughtfulness and flexibility. It’ll keep you on your toes and keep you humble.

I’d love for you to come on over and join the conversation [5] about where to focus during a big and busy homeschooling day.

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