In Due Season - SchoolhouseTeachers.com

In Due Season

Length: Six monthly articles
Includes: Articles
Age/Grade: Parents

How to Use This Course

What if the middle of your homeschooling years could be as exciting as that first one? This series of monthly articles by homeschool graduate and homeschooling mother of ten, Amber Smith, is designed to equip you to finish strong by helping you live well in the middle.

Course Introduction

What if the middle of your homeschooling years could be as exciting as that first one? In Due Season is a series for the long middle stretch before you. Beginnings are great, and planning for the end is satisfying, but the middle can be a long, winding, uncharted road. This series is full of monthly encouragement for the time in between that anxious first day and the moment you walk your child down the aisle in their cap and gown.

In this series, we will provide practical ideas that you can apply today. We’ll look at simple shifts in school set up and challenging conversations designed to help you have the very best homeschooling year ever, no matter where you are in your homeschool experience. Our hearts’ desire is that you never lose sight of the end of the road in your homeschool journey. We want to help ensure a strong finish by helping you live well in the middle.

“Let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up” Galatians 6:9, ESV.

  • Two Unique Ways To Show Our Children Love In Our Homeschool
  • Comparison
  • Your Why
  • Flexibility
  • Influence
  • Conclusion

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