Our long days homeschooling eventually turn into months, seasons, and ultimately years. Today’s episode is all about the seasons of transition in our homeschools, what we learn about ourselves in them, and the bittersweetness of seeing our children embrace their passions and independence.
REAL MOMS, REAL LIFE HOMESCHOOLING
As part of a new 2023 Sisters Series, Cait welcomes Christy of christy.kindness.mischief. Together they discuss what real life looks like over the course of a decade of homeschooling transitions, including a day to day example of homeschooling high school.
- How Christy’s life changed when two of her three teens went to public school
- What about math and science experiments!?
- Favorite homeschool resources
- What a typical day looks like in Christy’s home
- How important it is to think about life after homeschooling
- The bittersweetness of seeing our children embrace their passions and independence.
… and so much more!
THE HOMESCHOOL SISTERS PODCAST WELCOMES CHRISTY OF christy.kindness.mischief.
Christy is a life-long learner living with her husband and three children (ages 17, 15, and 15) in the Southwest. They’re obsessed with books and big ideas, and spend their time hiking, snowboarding, traveling, and binge-watching TV shows.
AND DON’T MISS OUR YOU DON’T HAVE TO DO IT ALL HOMESCHOOL PLANNER!
THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY:
THE WALDOCK WAY
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Unit studies from The Waldock Way are designed to support you as you navigate interest-led homeschooling, and always include book lists, hands-on activities, games for learning, and videos to engage every learning style.
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