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What’s the most challenging thing about homeschooling?
20% Academic planning
44% Getting all the work done
28% Trying to be well-rounded
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I plan to plan on Sunday nights, sometimes it happens and sometimes not. I then take every opportunity during the week to supplement teaching anything to keep my homeschooler in a learning mindset.
Doing all the things while still being my own person is a huge challenge. I have so many ideas and things I want to do with my child, but there's never enough time to prepare all the activities, do them, clean up, take care of the house, shower, eat, shop, garden, sew (Halloween is coming! ), cook, and sleep. Oh, and find new curricula to try. Can I take a nap now? Did I mention that my kid needs 7 hours of sleep but I need 9?
Honestly, being confident I'm doing it "right". Questioning myself and wondering if my kids are really learning.