Homeschooling After a Pandemic


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If you were forced into homeschooling because of the pandemic this year, you may be considering continuing to homeschool your children.

Maybe you’re not comfortable with how your school district is planning to reopen or you’ve decided that this is something you think is a good fit for your family.

In this episode of The Wired Homeschool, my wife, Lisa joins me to talk about homeschooling philosophy, curriculum, online resources, and more.

We condense 20 years of homeschooling into a 30-minute episode. Listen in to learn what you need to know if you plan to homeschool after COVID.

Resources mentioned (in order):

Cathy Duffy Reviews
The Great Courses
Khan Academy
Mark Rober
Cincinnati Zoo
Deep Space Sparkle
Art for Kids Hub
Scouter Mom
Danica McKellar’s Math Books

Do you have homeschooling questions? Leave a comment below or email and we’ll do our best to answer them in a future episode. You can also message us on Facebook, if you prefer.

Be sure to follow the podcast on Instagram so you can watch my Summer STEM Series and get a free teaching guide each week.

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Music for the podcast is “RetroFuture Clean” Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License

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