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    Check out this great article... Do you have any to share or add.

    7 Scheduling Tips for a Working Homeschool Mom

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    Excellent tips. That last one is so hard because it does go against the grain, so to speak. I'll be passing this on to my daughter-in-law. She works part-time, homeschools her 4-yo and is going back to school very soon. She's afraid she won't be able to do it. I was telling her today she can do it. Especially with her mom's and my help (we both homeschool too). And she's only 4 and very intelligent, so I don't think she has to worry. Even an hour a day of formal instruction will be great. Of course, there's the option of a brick and mortar school, but she says that is not even an option she wants to consider. So where there's a will, there's a way. And these tips will be very helpful for her. Thanks for posting!!
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    Great. Thank for sharing these useful tips. Like this quote "Don’t try to match what you see other families doing" Don’t let the stress of doing it all burn you out


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