I never intended to work from home and homeschool, but that's exactly what I have been doing for almost 15 years. And in that time, I have learned a few tricks to get done what needs to be done, which I am sharing in this podcast!
Welcome to season 7 of the Tips for Homeschool Science Show, where we are exploring the how-to’s of teaching science at home so that you will have building blocks you need for homeschool science.
I am Paige Hudson, your guide through this journey. Let’s dig in…
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Here is what you'll find in this episode:
The quick version of my journey to become a work-from-home homeschooler.
The number one thing I have learned to handle combining work and homeschool is to give yourself grace.
The second thing I have learned is to have my day laid out in time blocks.
The third thing I have learned is to get help.
The final word...
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