Every year I finish the homeschool year kinda lackluster.
And you know what? I’m good with that.
I recognize it for what it is: a season.
(In this post, you’ll discover my approach to addressing the year-end: a Homeschool Year-End Review).
Because, seriously, what are the chances I’m gonna love every dang minute of this homeschool thing?
And when else would I feel homeschool fatigue?
At the end of the homeschool year!
(Oh, and February, cause ya know: slump month…Oh, and usually about year two or three of our homeschool journey when I need to have a giant shift from “how I thought homeschool would be” to “how homeschool actually is”…And also at the end of April/beginning of May EVERY year. Anywho, I digress…)
By the end of May, I usually close the homeschool room door & don’t return till early July.
- I let stuff sit.
- I close up the books.
- I close up the planner.
- And I just shift into a season of being outdoors.
And you know what?
We all need it after that point.
A chance to recollect our ideas about last year, check what works, check what didn’t, and springboard into the new year with ideas that did work and new ideas I want to include.
If you’re there and want to springboard, join me at the Homeschool Year-End Review.
Are you wrapping up your homeschool year?
It’s the time of year we assess our past homeschool year (& use that as a brainstorming tool to imagine our upcoming homeschool year).
I invite you to a year-end assessment.
We’ll do this together in the Homeschool Year-End Review…
Assess & clarify our homeschools, the intention of our homeschools & the practical activities in our homeschools…
…so they can become more of what we want our homeschool life to be.
What we’ll do…
A year-end homeschool assessment:
- to align your actual activities with your homeschool vision
- to assess your homeschool curriculum, if you want to do all the things, but you need to focus on a few for an easy, fun routine
- to assess your homeschool routine
- to help those entering kindergarten and have no idea where to start
- to help those entering high school and are at a loss in making curriculum choices
- to assess your homeschool philosophy (& ask if it’s working for you?)
- to simplify your homeschool
- to tackle your real homeschool challenges & create an attack plan
- to encourage you to show up on purpose in your homeschool (& life)
- to address your real homeschool kids, so you can create an individualized home education
- to encourage you to keep on going in your homeschool (& life)
Bring your journals and a pen, without the kids.
- You’ll receive personal feedback and the Journaling Workbook for you to consider afterward.
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