Monday, January 11

Homeschooling the Upper Grades

With the state of our world, culture, and economy, so many families are making the choice to homeschool this coming school year. Additionally, many families are making the transition from having homeschooled elementary grades into the more challenging upper grades.

The problem? There is SO MUCH information out there that is aimed at helping the lower grades / elementary…but there’s not nearly as much assistance available for those with middle and high schoolers.  Families are facing some very real struggles on how to meet the more specific needs.

In efforts to empower these families, we've teamed up with experienced homeschool bloggers to help spread the wealth of knowledge we’ve gained from homeschooling our own kids and working with homeschool companies/brands.


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7 comments:

  1. I would love to win Abby's Etsy Masterclass for teens.

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  2. Biggest concern re college.... that he won't come home again.

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    1. Oh yeah....I feel the same way! Especially with mine looking at colleges so far away. :(

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  3. My biggest concern about college is that he won't be ready for all of the social challenges. My child closest to college is on the ASD spectrum and it's scary.

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    1. It is...and with the rapidly changing face of the world, who knows what college will even look like in a few years?

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  4. My son's favorite series right now is Red Rising.

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  5. I have a hard time keeping my high school student on track.

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