As homeschooling parents, we all wonder how it will all work out for our children when they become adults. Will homeschooling adequately prepare them for life after school? Hear the answer directly in this episode with a homeschool graduate now taking on adulthood with passion and commitment.
The Homeschool Sisters Podcast Welcomes Samantha Shank from Learn In Color!
Samantha Shank has been an entrepreneur all her life.
A homeschool graduate, she started an educational blog and store, Learn in Color, at 14 years old. Within 3 years, she was making a full time income as a freelance graphic designer and marketer as Learn in Color grew.
Samantha holds an MSEd in Curriculum and Instruction focusing on Gifted Education. Her expertise is in marketing and graphic design, and her work has been viewed millions of times across social media. As a budding world traveler, Samantha has visited ten countries within the past year, which includes several solo trips.
When Homeschooled Kids Become Adults: The Homeschool Sisters Podcast [Episode 126]
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Learn In Color: Homeschool Resources From Samantha Shank
Learn In Color provides resources inspiring self-directed learners, especially for history. Celebrating its tenth year, Learn in Color has accumulated over 8 million views, and its resources have been used in over 65 countries.
Never Board Learning For Outside Of The Box Kids (and their moms!)
One thing I’ve learned in our 9+ (!!!) years of homeschooling is that homeschooling shouldn’t look anything like the public school of your past. I created NBL as a safe space for creative parents and educators to authentically connect, share ideas, and support each other as they raise their wildly and wonderfully unique children and teens.
I’d love for you to step outside of that ol’ proverbial box and join the fun! Right now, download a free copy of our monthly playbook! Our members love our NBL Playbooks! These ebooks keep your children and teens busy and learning all month long.