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So, its time that time of year again. A new homeschool year is looming. Here are a few tips to get make the year a little easier inshaAllaah. .
Start off by going through your current curriculum. Did it work for you and your kids? If yes, GREAT! Familiarise yourself with the next level, even the scripted teacher manuals and continue on. If it didn't for any reason, why was this? If it's a curriculum your kids, or even you truly disliked list down why and research a curriculum that is better suited. But if it was something that could be tweaked and adapted, and overall the curriculum was ok, make some changes. If your child doesn't like the cut and paste activities, scrap them altogether and replace that part with something they do like. .
Like I mentioned above, familiarise yourself with everything. It doesn't have to be so in depth but have a good idea of what you will be teaching. It will equip you with confidence and give you a chance to revise any topics you don't feel quite so confident about. .
Decide what topics will be taught to multiple grades together, and plan how you will make the lesson challenging enough for older children, and suitable for lower grade level children. This will save time and effort.
Make an individual plan for each child, highlighting their stronger and weaker subjects and how these can be worked on. .
Review last years homeschool. What did you all enjoy and what did you feel you didn't get to incorporate that you wanted to? How could you adjust routines/schedules or even curriculum to make sure you can fit everything in?
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