MySchoolYear (homeschool record planning) has already proved itself useful since we have been using it for our summer semester. We don’t use as many resources in the summer, but the girls continue to complete lessons primarily online, and we have also been doing art and history. I appreciate that I am able to type in a segment of lessons, and the program evenly distributes it over a course of days. This capability alone makes the transition to digital worth because I no longer have to write each individual lesson down, and if I make a mistake it is just a swipe of the mouse and a click of a button to fix the mistake.
Joy in the Ordinary is a hub for moms who have chosen to homeschool.
You’ll find practical tips and resources related to homeschooling, simple living, and parenting along with reflections and stories from Latonya about her journey as a homeschooling mother who is also pursuing her dreams.