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Every year that passes is another one that gives us more experience in life. I know that the past few years have really changed the way I look at things especially our homeschool. This year is going to be our best homeschool year ever because of the routines we have in place.
You can read all about these tips and routines in the posts below:
- Have You Bought Your School Supplies Yet?
- Is Your HomeSchool Area ‘School Ready’?
- 13 Fun First Day Back To HomeSchool Ideas
- Preventing The Back To HomeSchool Meal Planning Madness
- HomeSchooling Through The Unexpected
- Loop Scheduling Made Simple With An Easy DIY Post It Note Loop Schedule
With these tips you’ll be able to help your family have the best school year ever. You’ll be more organized, less stressed, and ready for just about anything life may throw your way!
What tips can you pass on to help new homeschoolers or parents with new students?
Check out these other posts for more tips and ideas plus some free printables:
- Kirby’s Kids: Our Favorite Homeschool Supplies and Printable Checklist
- Kirby’s Kids: Making The Decision To Homeschool
- Kirby’s Kids: The Who, How, Where, and When of Your Homeschool
- Kirby’s Kids: Choosing, Buying, and Organizing Your Homeschool
- Kirby’s Kids: 20+ FREE Homeschool Sites
- 30+ Days of Quick and Easy Back To School Breakfast Ideas
- Choosing The Right Fit For School
- Kirby’s Kids: Our 2018-2019 Homeschool Curriculum Reveal
Also if you haven’t thought about Life Skills for your homeschool then check out the Kids Cook Real Food site.
Here is a review from one mom:
From a “seasoned mom”: “I always encouraged my son to come in and cook or bake with me…he loved running the hand mixer and did great with it. As a homeschooling mom I started teaching him to cook, create menus and budget the food money. At 25 he manages the household food budget helps to plan the meals, helps to shop and put away food and is the primary cook in the family. He loves trying new recipes or adapting and changing up old favorites. “ That’s what we want for our kids, right? If you’re a little unsure of your own kitchen skills – or how to get them down to a kids’ level – this incredible course can help.
The classes are easy and already set out for you so there is virtually no planning at all. Check out the curriculum map here: KCRF Curriculum Map