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Could You Use A Free Homeschool Consultation?

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Are you just starting to homeschool, or are you looking to switch up your curriculum or teaching methods? For years, I’ve been helping friends get started with homeschooling and find curriculum and methods that work for their family. I thought it would be fun to do this for a few blog readers.

I will be choosing a handful of families to help either get started with homeschool or spruce up their homeschool plans. Maybe you are looking for help in a subject or two, or maybe you need a complete overhaul. I’m up for either!

If you end up participating, I’ll send you an extensive questionnaire and we’ll chat back and forth between 3-4 emails until I get a good feel for what might work for you. Then, I’ll send you my recommendations with plenty of details and options to choose from. I’ll also send you a homeschool encouragement package in the mail, with one book that I choose especially for you. Who doesn’t love a little snail mail these days?

I’ll be posting my recommendations on the blog so that other families can benefit as well. (I can use nicknames for you and your family if you’d rather stay anonymous.)

This is something I have been doing for friends and friends of friends, for several years, and though I won’t be able to have you over for tea and to look through our school room, I will do my best to make you feel almost as if you did. :)

As we wind up this school year, I have now taught every grade from pre-k to 12th. My oldest graduated last year and my youngest is in sixth grade. I am familiar with a variety of approaches and methods of teaching, and I’m a firm believer that no one program fits all kids, or teachers.

If you would like to be considered for this new series on my blog, leave a comment here and tell me how many kids you have and what grades they are in. If I choose you, I’ll send you an email with the first questionnaire in the next week or so.

And I would so appreciate it if you could share this post with the buttons below for sharing.

Happy homeschooling!

PS: I haven’t forgotten about the 52 changes. More are coming this week!

PPS: See more of our homeschool room, pictured above, here.

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