Author: Tina Robertson

Should I Let My Homeschooled Teen Graduate Early?

The question “should I let my homeschooled teen graduate early” crossed my mind a few years before high school. My oldest son was the kind of teen that never needed to be reminded of deadlines and pretty well knew that he wanted to do some missionary type of work after graduation and before he pursued a career. Too, even before taking his high school courses, he would work into the afternoon without my prodding him to do so. In ninth grade, I could have noted the 8 credits he had because we schooled year around and because he didn’t...

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The Homeschool Blues

Whether it’s the change in the weather, the humdrum days of every day school, or if you are just questioning the decision to homeschool, I am hoping by sharing 3 causes and cures for the homeschool blues that you will be rejuvenated and inspired to put the spark back into your day. Look at these 3 causes and cures for the homeschool blues: Cause: Feeling Unproductive. Have you ever had one of those days where you poured out every ounce of teacher know how into teaching your kids math or maybe sight words for the past few months only...

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Cultivating the Desire to Homeschool

You’ve probably come across the type before. Those homeschoolers that just always knew they were going to homeschool and no doubt they knew before their first child was conceived. However, if you are one of those that just fell into homeschooling or came to it kicking and screaming, then cultivating the desire to homeschool has probably been a learned art for you. Whether you always had the desire to homeschool or hopped on board later, we all need to rekindle and cultivate the desire to homeschool so we can foster our growth. Let’s just face it too, the world...

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Am I Doing Enough?

When we constantly wrestle with the question am I doing enough when homeschooling, it can make us weary, cause self-doubt and sometimes make us think that we are less suited to homeschooling than others are. Normally, but not always, the nagging doubt sets in when you’re homeschooling young children. When the boys were all very young, I felt like a supercharged homeschool teacher one day and then the next day I wasn’t sure if I was a classical homeschooler, Charlotte Mason follower or if I even knew enough to make an informed choice about the type of approach we...

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When You Feel Like A Failure

Homeschooling has always been the right choice for our family though many years I wasn’t sure if I was the right teacher for the job. When you feel like a homeschool failure as a teacher, it can be a pretty gray period because you feel like you have really messed up your children. I was a contributing factor for Mr. Senior 2013 getting behind in math. Read the Full Article on Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool...

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