I am guessing that if you are reading a Night Zookeeper review, then you are considering homeschooling. Yes? I hope so. It’s always nice to meet someone with the same interests as you.
I have been homeschooling my kids for the past ten years.
We started when my son was ten and my daughter was seven. Within this time, I learned that homeschooling parents must wear many hats. One of those hats being scourer-of-the-internet for the perfect teaching resource.
If you are looking for a fabulous way to get your kids excited about reading and writing, then today, my friend, is your lucky day because we are here to review Night Zookeeper.
Be very wary of those people who have been homeschooling for years and tell you that teaching your kids at home is a bed of roses. It is not. There are many pros and cons of Homeschooling. Mostly pros but a few cons.
And because it would be best for everyone involved if you were to go into this homeschooling adventure with your eyes (and your mind) wide open, I thought I’d share a few of those homeschooling pros and cons with you.
Who doesn’t like to get something for free? Especially when you’re homeschooling and probably trying to manage on a reduced income. Luckily, it’s pretty easy to homeschool for free. You just need to know where to look.
I don’t know your situation but I’m going to take a wild guess and say that you could do with all the financial help you can get.
Because it was Fathers Day, I said my husband that on this week’s podcast episode we should talk about him being a homeschooling dad. Give some tips to all the other dads, husbands or partners out there that are currently faced with being a new homeschooling parent.