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42 Comments

  1. Hi Erica,
    I am new to homeschooling, and starting my 5th grader in the middle of the year, well before Christmas break December 15th and I wanted to know if you have any advice for me to integrate him into this and keep him advanced ? I also wanted to start my now 4 year old on the pre-k program you started wanted to know how to go about ordering it.

    Avril
  2. Hi Erica I’m new to home schooling this 2016-17 school year. I have a kindergarten. I just want to say thank you. I find your videos very motivation to a new homeschooler like me. This can be very stressful in the beginning. Anyways, I can go on and on. Thank you!!!

    shamon
  3. Do you do all your printing at home or take it somewhere to have printed? I purchased one of your planners (and plan to purchase some of your k5 curriculum) and found it extremely expensive to have it printed at an office store.

    Teresa Sink
  4. Hi Erica!
    Thank you for what you do!
    I am new and attempting to homeschool my 4 year old. I have NO idea where to start and have been trying random ideas. I know that with my child, we need a structured program with some wiggle room and flexibility in our day.
    However, we have limited space in our home for storage etc. Do you have any ideas/suggestions on utilizing a smaller home space when there is little to no access for a ‘home school room.’? Please help. ๐Ÿ˜€
    ~Michelle Goldsboro

    Michelle Goldsboro
    1. Hi Michelle,
      You can homeschool in any space you have. I have friends who have emptied a kitchen cupboard and kept books and supplies in there. They just pull them out when it’s time for school. I’ve also seen people use accordion files to keep work in and they separate it out by day. It doesn’t take much space and is also portable! ๐Ÿ™‚ I’ve also seen people set up a small desk in their child’s room, or a lap desk. I don’t know what kind of space you have, but I would just figure out what works for your area and go with that ๐Ÿ™‚ No two homeschooling situations look the same.

      erica
  5. Hi Erica,

    I am Trang. I’m living in VietNam. I realized you blog by chance and I really feel happy because i am searching lessons for my 2 boys. one is 20 months of age and one is 6 of ages. In daily time, I have to go to the office for work, I only spend some hours after work for my sons. So it is rather short time but I hope it will be a valuable time for them. Your lessons is really meaningful for us. Thank you so much for your opening share and have nice days with your children, cheer

    Daisy Nguyen

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