You have probably heard the saying a thousand times, life, parenting, homeschooling is not a sprint - it's a marathon.
But it wasn't until I started running that I truly understood the difference between these two. It's not just the length - it's about your attitude, your mental and physical conditioning, and your fixation on a goal that help you to keep going through the long run.
And the same is true with homeschooling. This month, I want to encourage you to keep going!
There are bound to be moments when you feel like you can't make it . . . but keep going. Keep placing one foot in front of the other. Keep doing one day after another. Be present. Be teachable. And be consistent.
And I know that the sum total of your efforts will be worth it in the end.
You don't have to have a full-on, dedicated lab in order to teach science at home. The good news is that what you need to do science at home can be found in your kitchen! Click "Read More" to see this month's homeschool science tip.
This month's tip is to read a few books about science! Click "Read More" to see this homeschool science tip of the month.
This month's tip is to focus on wonder science! Click "Read More" to see this homeschool science tip of the month.