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How Should I Schedule My Homeschool Day?

Wake at 7 a.m. Shower, dress, eat, and be ready for another day of learning at 8 a.m., commencing four hours of math and science. Take lunch for half an hour, then get back to it with four more hours of history and English. It’s 4:30 p.m., and the day is over. It’s that easy, right?

Well, rarely.

Creating a workable schedule is a daunting task for the homeschool parent, as this mom, Alicia, well understands. In this video, she describes her experience attempting to create the ideal schedule.

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How do you get it all done in a day? (Part 2)

One of the top questions homeschooling parents have is, “How many hours each day should I homeschool my child?” In this post, we want to encourage you that regardless of how many hours you plan to homeschool, failing to actively meet that goal doesn’t mean you’ve failed to educate your child properly.

We recently released a blog with a response to the question, “How do you get it all done in a day?” This is a companion to that post, offering another homeschooling parent’s response to the question. Unsurprisingly, her answer is not much different—that is, you can’t get it all done in a day!

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