Scheduling: A How to Guide

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New month, the new semester and my inbox contain questions of How to get back on track or How do you even start teaching your kids at home? I’ve written a few posts about this, and most are over on Sandbox to Socrates as it has the bigger audience of homeschoolers.

I purchased grade level sets for most of my main curriculum for the last two school years. This year I’m mostly on my own. I inherited a plethora of books from my mom who is a newly retired schoolteacher. Coincidentally, her school covers American history in fifth grade, as we do. If you are a planning junkie like I am, take a minute and let the serendipity of my luck wash over you. Usually, I’d have used the library for all these books. We may even take two years to get through them. I haven’t quite decided yet.

I had a moment of panic when I thought about scheduling all of it, though. That’s a LOT of books. Then I settled down with a caffeinated drink, a snack, and everything in a big mound on the floor surrounding me like the book hoarder I am.

Read the rest over at Sandbox to Socrates…..

One thought on “Scheduling: A How to Guide

  1. Karen Edmisten

    But of course – a caffeinated drink can change the world. 🙂

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