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Children do not come with instructions, nor are they one-size-fits-all, teaching a
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"the child with autism, dyslexia, ADHD and sensory integration issues."
7 Tips for Homeschooling While Running a Home Business Ages: 18+Homeschooling while running a home business will look different for everyone, depending on the type of business, goals, homeschool style, and family situation. It's possible to run a thriving business AND a thriving homeschooling family, but it takes planning, hard work, and vision.Subjects: resource, thriving business, partner relations, stress, routines, goals, home business
I Can’t Homeschool Because I’m a Work at Home Mom Ages: 18+There are plenty of challenges in homeschooling. But there are very few true obstacles that keep a family from homeschooling. I am going to tackle the situation of being a working mom, more specifically a work at home mom (WAHM) while homeschooling.
In short, yes. You can work at home and still homeschool your children. In fact, working at home, versus working in a traditional office setting, can prevent the pain of giving up two incomes that is expected in a homeschool family.Subjects: resource, homeschool, business, networking, family, work from home, support, kid business, home based businessLocation: Nationwide
Homeschooling while Working at Home Ages: 18+Homeschooling is a wonderful lifestyle choice for us. I can give my kids the learning environment and curriculum that they thrive on. But how can I do this as a work at home Mom? I try to relax and know that I have time for my children if I am willing to be flexible and creative.Subjects: resource, homeschool, business, networking, family, work from home, working together, ideas, tips, hints, successful, home business