How to Juggle Homeschooling, Babies, and Toddlers!

Juggle Homeschooling and Babies
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Are you in the thick of homeschooling your kids when you discover the happy news that a new baby is on the way? How can you juggle the needs of babies and toddlers while still giving your older kids what they need to succeed? I cover what I’ve learned in juggling homeschool with kids from homeschool right down to bouncing baby 😉

Topics I Cover in This Podcast:

  • That it IS possible to balance baby and everybody else!
  • How rhythm and routine can help young kids feel secure – and make your homeschool day go more smoothly
  • Strategies to help littles feel like they get special “mom time”
  • Curriculum strategies that keep everybody learning – together!
  • Suggested curriculums
  • The importance of teaching little ones to have an alone time
  • How “active math” can include everybody!
  • Using nature walks for nature, science, and sanity
  • How to handle schooling when you have a newborn
  • How you can help high schoolers when you still have little kids
  • Tips for organizing your homeschool

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Things Mentioned on This Week’s Podcast
* Ambleside Online – a free, Charlotte Mason-style curriculum
* Five in a Row
* Teaching Your Toddler to Enjoy Alone Time – my full podcast on this topic!
* Our Island Story – an example of lovely, narrative history
Ingri d’Aulaire books are another example of captivating living history books – my kids LOVE these and they inspire hours of creative play!
* The Ultimate Homeschool Organization Course – Several of Krist’s systems have really helped me get our homeschool organized

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