Whether you are a brand new or seasoned homeschool mom, this is the place for you!
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Let’s just state the obvious: being a homeschooling mom is NOT easy.
Maybe you find yourself homeschooling because you want to protect your kids’ health the best you can. Maybe your typical public school option isn’t even available to you at the moment. Perhaps you’ve always wanted to try homeschooling, but just weren’t quite sure how you could make it happen … until now.
For whatever reason you are now calling yourself a homeschooling mom or how reluctant you feel, let me tell you that you CAN do this!
No matter how overwhelming the days or curriculum choices may be, please know that you are NOT alone.
In fact, a recent report estimates that there will be 8.5 million homeschooled kids in the United States alone for fall 2020 – that’s up a mere 6 MILLION kids from spring of 2019!
Truth be told, I started out as a reluctant homeschool mama myself nearly eight years ago. As a young mother, I was adamant that I would NEVER homeschool my kids. But here I am – and I have grown to love it. You can learn more about how and why I became a homeschooling mom right here!
Whether being a homeschool mom is something you’ll be for the next school year or for many school years to come, it’s my goal to help you move from reluctant homeschool mama to a rockstar homeschooling mom!
Homeschool Mama of the Week:
Nellie is an incredible, upbeat, homeschooling mom who lives near Washington DC with her family. She has a love of music, running, soccer, and helping other women find happiness as moms.
Q: What are the grades (or ages) of the kids that you homeschool?
A: My kids are ages 14, 12, 10, and 7. Grades 8, 7, 4, 2.
Q: When and why did you start homeschooling?
Q: Do you have a favorite curriculum?
Q: What is a joyful homeschooling moment you’ve had recently?
Q: What advice would you give to a new homeschooling mom?
Resources for Homeschooling Moms
Check out the Reluctant Homeschool Mama blog
In the Reluctant Homeschool Mama blog, you'll find article after article about becoming a homeschool mom, organizing your homeschool calendar, choosing curriculum, scheduling your days, curriculum reviews, how to handle overwhelming school days, balancing working from home with homeschooling and more!
Join the Reluctant Homeschool Mama Facebook group
I'm not gonna lie - being a homeschool mom can get lonely. This is why one of the most important things all new homeschool moms need is a support group! Join the Reluctant Homeschool Mama Facebook group to get connected with other homeschool moms (both new and seasoned!), find uplifting resources, and have a good laugh from time to time.
All Reluctant Homeschool Mama subscribers have instant access to the resource library, where you'll find things like: printable weekly schedules for your kids, binder cover pages, first day of homeschool printables, and lots more to come! Send me a message and let me know what other resources would be most helpful for you!
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