Can I tell you about the Year End Review?
Even in my most traditional homeschool years, I've always wrapped things up by the end of May.
At the beginning of June, I brought the kids outside to sit, draw, read some poetry, write some poetry, narrate a Shakespeare play, learn Latin names for native plants, learn the name of cloud formations, and identify animal scat (AKA harnessing my inner Charlotte Mason, although I don't think she ever mentions animal scat, ha).
It's also the time of year I assessed my past homeschool year (& used that as a brainstorming tool to imagine my upcoming homeschool year: it was fresh on my mind!)
So I invite you to a group coaching opportunity: our year-end assessment!
If you want to do your homeschool (& your life) on purpose, then you need regular breaks from doing the same-ole same-ole and check how it's working for you & your kids (or if it's not).
we'll celebrate a beautiful homeschool year: all the challenges, all the charms, your ordinary miracles, what you need to learn to create more ease in your homeschool & life, and what you want to do next year...