Can Homeschooling Really Be Simple?
Yes! If it is setup correctly from the beginning. Let us share with you each step, and provide you with the right materials through our subscription based learning center.
The 5 Core Steps (Click on the icon for more information)
Create The Right Environment
Understand Your Child's Personality
Matching Their Personality To The Right Teaching Style
Set Up Your Core Teaching Methods
Homeschooling At The Next Level
1. Get Off The Treadmill
Your 1st Year
For those who are starting homeschooling, this is vital to retraining you and your child's hearts and minds to the adventure that to come. This is also a great step to go back to if you have been homeschooling and are struggling.
The Learning Center has several key videos to help make this a success first step.
2. Create The Right
Getting Things Set
Step Two is all about creating the right environment in your home. this is critical to the success of your homeschooling experience. These videos take you through the process of creating the right environment and show you how important this is.
"If a Child
the way we teach,
way they learn"
3. Your Child's
Your Child's Style
Step three is where the fun begins. Once you understand your child's personality, you are on the path to customized teaching. It allows you to find the right teaching style for your child so they both understand and enjoy learning.
Take the quiz and then go on to step four.
4. Teaching Styles
How you teach
Step four matches the personality of your child to the teaching Style at best fits them. This is critical to your child's understanding of the material you are providing.
Below is a brief description of the teaching styles and in the Learning Center you will find in depth training on how to apply them.
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Style One - The Otter
Congratulations, your child is a Style One, Otter.
As you can imagine, understanding this style of child can be full of fun and adventures.
"Where is the book in which the teacher can read about what teaching is? The children themselves are this book. We should not learn to teach out of any book other than the one lying open before us and consisting of the children themselves."
“... my object is to show that the chief function of the child--his (her) business in the world during the first six or seven years of his life--is to find out all he (She) can, about whatever comes under his notice, by means of his five senses...”
- Charlotte Mason
Style Two - The Koala
Learn how making a few "comfort" changes in your child's education is just what a Koala, Style Two child needs.
Style Three - The Bee/Tiger
If you have a Tiger or a Bee, wow! You will want to learn how to set them loose on an adventure they will love without butting heads.
Curious on how to teach this determined child?
"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire"
-William Butler Yeats
“An educated person is not someone who knows something, but someone who can explain what they know to others.”
― Leigh A. Bortins,
Style Four - The Owl
The love of learning is born into the Owl. The problem often is how to keep it, nurture it in such a way that it never goes out.
There isn't a personality type to this style of teaching.
You will want to carefully watch how this style can be used for any personality type, but also how it works well for your younger children.
“Our care of the child should be governed, not by the desire to make him learn things, but by the endeavor always to keep burning within him that light which is called intelligence.”
― Maria Montessori
5. Personal Homeschool Plan
Putting it all together
This step is usually where most people begin. We have to have a plan, right? Yes! But, we also have to have things set up to allow us to have a successful homeschool experience. This step is so much easier if you've done the other steps first. In the Learning Center you will find countless videos to help shape your curriculum, and over all experience while homeschooling. There you will find videos that help you understand what to expect your first three months, how to use theme boxes, how to use mentors and tutors and more.