You want to provide your children a rigorous education at home.
You want you and your children to enjoy the learning process.
But you’re overwhelmed.
You have many questions, such as:
- What should I expect of my children?
- How much work should they do?
- What subjects should we cover?
- Will I teach them what they need to know?
- Will my children be adequately prepared for life?
- How do I fit it all in?
Take a deep breath and relax!
I had many of the same questions when we first began homeschooling 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 child should learn, I discovered that an engaging, rigorous education does not need to consume our lives or overwhelm me. Instead, our lives enhance our education. I no longer stress over establishing or deviating from “the plan.” I look forward to learning each day alongside my children.
Since embracing this truth, I've helped many overwhelmed moms find simple ways to implement an engaging, rigorous homeschool education. I'd love to help you, too. Let's work together to develop an educational plan tailored specifically to your children.
You desire to make learning fun and part of your lifestyle.
You need to gain control of your schedule and learn how to juggle all of your responsibilities.
You are just getting started homeschooling.
You want to teach your preschool-aged child at home in a developmentally appropriate way.
You want to implement Charlotte Mason’s principles, but do not know where to begin.
You and your child are frustrated during math lessons and you want to make his math education fun and engaging.
Your child needs help mastering the math facts.
You have a struggling reader.
You need fresh ideas helping sensitive children overcome fear.
You want to homeschool while traveling.
Sometimes blog posts and videos just don’t answer all the questions you have. If you want someone to walk beside you, I’d love to help! Together we can design an educational plan that is right for your children and your family.
Once you’ve decided to schedule a consultation, there are a few steps to take along with some information I will need in order to be ready for our meeting.
- Contact me– through the contact form below and we’ll work out the details for a meeting time and payment.
- Provide me with some information– I will ask you some questions about your homeschool and the struggles you are facing.
- I’ll prepare– by reading the information you’ve given me and putting together some resources and answers to your questions.
- We’ll meet– via a Zoom video call (or audio only if you prefer) and have a one hour discussion. You can take notes. I will also email you a copy of the audio files of our meeting.
- Follow up email– After we meet, I’ll send a summary of our time together along with any links and suggestions for resources for you.
- What else? – I’ll also give you the opportunity to clarify or ask more questions for 30 days. If it’s a quick answer, I’ll send it over. If it is a longer explanation, then we can talk about another consultation session.
Initial Phone Conversation - $50
During this one-hour call, we will determine the steps that will make the biggest impact on your homeschool.
Follow-Up Consultations - $50 / hour
On follow-up calls or emails, we can evaluate your progress and identify solutions to new issues. Work prepared between sessions and follow-up sessions will be billed at the hourly rate.
The hourly rate includes the preparation time and my follow up in addition to the hour we spend in conversation.
Payment is due at the time the consultation is scheduled.
I look forward to helping you homeschool triumphantly!
I am not a mental health professional and do not provide counseling.
I am not a special education professional and do not diagnose learning problems.
I am not an expert in homeschool law and do not provide guidance related to legal issues or adhering to the laws in your particular state.