It’s also time consuming.
Yet, it can be such a blessing for the whole family.
Planning your curriculum is overwhelming.
Finding resources that will pique your children’s interest is a continual challenge.
And then, there is implementing what you have planned. At the end of some days you feel behind, disappointed, and just plain tired.
Take a deep breath.
You can do this!
Here’s what Triumphant Learning readers have to say…
Your tips have been so helpful. I look forward to implementing them in the coming school year.
I love your videos! I’m a new homeschool mom so it’s great to get realistic ideas. We’re an eclectic homeschool family and I’m always looking for ways to incorporate more Charlotte Mason. The resources that you provide are wonderful.
- waking up each school day knowing what your children will study that day.
- having margin to take the day off and go to the zoo without worrying about not getting it all done.
- developing a deep and loving relationship with your children.
- you and your children looking forward to learning.
- knowing deep in your soul that your children are on track.
When you become a member of the Triumphant Learning community, you will learn practical ways to simplify your homeschool planning and make learning fun.
I've been there too...
After struggling with how I would ever figure out what to teach my children, I discovered a pivotal truth: I cannot teach my children everything they need to know. But I can teach them how to learn.
In breaking free from restrictive beliefs about how I should teach and how my children should learn, I discovered that an engaging and rigorous education does not need to consume our lives. Our lives can become our classroom.
I no longer stress over establishing or deviating from “the plan.” I look forward to learning each day alongside my children.
You can find this freedom too!
Like a rich stock, Crystal takes Charlotte Mason’s ideas and simmers them down into an easily digestible form where they are easy to understand and implement. To listen to Crystal speak is to dip from the pot of her hours of research and insight for a very pleasant and practical meal.
These are great ideas, thank you! I just printed your list to keep them at hand for the next time we are struggling to figure out what to do.