5 Tips on How to Homeschool with a Toddler in the HouseSep 20, 2023
Are you navigating the wonderful, albeit sometimes chaotic, world of homeschooling with both older and younger children under one roof? Trust me; you're not alone! Homeschooling can be a juggling act, especially when you've got a mix of ages and stages to cater to.
But fear not, because I’ve got five fantastic tips to help you homeschool while keeping those curious toddlers engaged and happy.
Before you press play, I want to encourage you to look for the beauty that is present when homeschooling a range of ages. Your kids have the opportunity to connect and grow together
Older children can become role models for their younger counterparts, and younger children remind our older children to slow down and appreciate what’s around them. The relationship between younger and older siblings encourages empathy, patience, and a sense of responsibility in your older kids, all while the younger ones benefit from learning alongside their big brothers or sisters.
Homeschooling with a mix of ages can be challenging, but it's also incredibly rewarding. Embrace the opportunity for your children to learn from each other, and don't forget to give yourself grace and patience along the way.
Now, press play and let me share the tips that have worked for me and my family.
Remember, you've got this!
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