Homeschooling in Tennessee

Planning Your Homeschool Year, calendar and pencil

Planning Your Homeschool Year to Avoid Burnout

Planning Your Homeschool Year to Avoid Burnout Until two years ago, I struggled with homeschool burnout every year, but I ...
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person with stack of books confused by understanding homeschooling methods

Understanding Homeschooling Methods

You’re considering homeschooling, but you’re confused about the many different homeschool methods or ways to teach your child. Here's an ...
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mother reading to child, am I qualified to homeschool

Am I Qualified to Homeschool?

I dropped my high school Algebra 2 class, because I knew I was going to fail, I just didn’t get ...
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How We Homeschool, Then and Now

Over the years, I’ve bounced back and forth between homeschooling methods for my children. Except for our very first homeschooling ...
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Reasons We Homeschool

Reasons We Homeschool

There are several reasons why we homeschool. Admittedly, some border on laziness, but all are with my kids in mind ...
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Finding Time to Homeschool

Finding Time to Homeschool?

In Tennessee, homeschooling time must be at least four hours per day to be considered one homeschooling day, but finding ...
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What is a Letter of Withdrawal and why do I need one

What is a Letter of Withdrawal?

In an earlier post, How to Homeschool in Tennessee, I wrote about how to get started on your homeschooling journey ...
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How to Homeschool in Tennessee

How to Homeschool in Tennessee

You want to homeschool in Tennessee and aren't sure where to start? You can continue to read on or watch ...
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