Advice for New Home Learners

We are not trying to create a school in our homes. Homes are not schools.

Teresa Wiedrick

Where are you at in your new home learning journey? Ready to send the kids on the big yellow school bus? Oh WAIT, there is no yellow school bus.

I feel you. Whether you’ve chosen homeschooling, had a forced experiencing with your kids at home, or are choosing homeschooling, these last months in isolation have been a challenge for me too.

We’re accustomed to a whole lot of time in dance lessons, curling practice, part-time jobs, youth groups, hanging with friends, or you get the idea…

If you’re new to the home learning environment, you may have quickly discovered that your home is not a school. No classrooms here. No chalkboards or whiteboards. No recess or requirement to ask for the bathroom. You don’t even have to get out of your pjs. Your home is not a school.

I’ve got a little encouragement for you in this recent newspaper interview:

You have an opportunity right now to reshape your perspective of family, and really your purpose in life as well.

Teresa Wiedrick

Are you a new home learner and don’t know where to start? Are you considering officially bringing your kids home to homeschool?

I’m putting together a personalized online course. Let me know if you’re interested in the comment section.

To get you started, here are 19 Tips for the New Home Learner.

Teresa Wiedrick
Teresa Wiedrick

Am I the right fit to coach you in your new home learning journey?