Many moms out there might be pondering whether or not they should homeschool for the next year during the summer (some might be even considering switching mid-year).
Maybe your child hasn’t entered school yet. If they have, maybe something happened during the last school year that has you wondering if public school is the best option. Or maybe you just want to spend more quality time with your child.
If you are thinking about homeschooling your but you’re scared to homeschool I want to encourage you to get informed.
There are many ways your can find information about homeschooling topics such as:
How to homeschool little ones
How to homschool teens
How to organize/structure your homeschool
What are your state’s requirements
What curriculum should you use
The information can be overwhelming, so here are three tips for starting homeschool even when you’re scared to homeschool.
If you’re starting homeschool when you’re scared to homeschool, let me encourage you to seek the Lord.
The Bible says this:
Being confident of this very thing, that He who has begun a good work in you will complete it until the day of Jesus Christ. Philippians 1:6 (NKJV)
You are NOT alone in this homeschooling thing. You have a very real Creator of the Universe who has your back. Whenever you are scared, go to Him for strength. Many times he’s called us to homeschool NOT because we are well-equipped, but because we are not. This forces us to rely on Him, which is what he really wants all along: a relationship.