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Ready Made School Will Simplify Your Homeschool Year

By | Homeschool Planning

Have you ever lacked confidence in your ability to homeschool your children or felt unsure in how much work is appropriate to schedule each day for your child’s age and stage of learning? Do you have family or friends who don’t support your decision to homeschool and this has left you feeling insecure in your curriculum choices? Does your family have special circumstances this year that means you need a change to your homeschool routine and curriculum?

Whatever your circumstances are or reasons causing you to consider a change, Ready Made School can help simplify your homeschool curricula search, lesson planning, and so much more!

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So What Is Ready Made School?

Ready Made School makes homeschooling easier by providing parents with a ready-made curriculum bundle, digital planner with lesson plans for the year, and parent-teacher training.

We have built Ready Made School to accommodate all families of students grades 1-12, offering a variety of format and worldviews that that makes space at the table for all. With all the different ways we have provided for you to customize your selections, you are sure to find what you need to meet your student’s needs.

There are four categories of packages to choose from for grades 1-12:

  • Faith Focused Book Based Packages
  • Faith Focused Video Based Packages
  • Secular/ Neutral Book Based Packages
  • Secular/ Neutral Video Based Packages

CLICK HERE to see all the ways that you can customize these packages to fit the needs and desires of your unique family.

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Sit back and relax … Ready Made School relieves the stress and pressure from planning the next school year.

We understand the stress today’s homeschooling parents are under. As an experienced homeschooling family you are probably being bombarded with questions and comments regularly. In conjunction with The Homeschooling Expert, and several top curricula companies we have created a solution for families looking for answers. Whether you are a beginning homeschooler and don’t know where to start or a seasoned pro and just need a change, we have a solution to help!

Watch the video below to learn more…

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How to Create a 4-Year High School Plan for Your Student

By | Homeschool Planning, Free Printables

The idea of forecasting your child’s course of study four years before he or she graduates can feel like an overwhelming task. You still may see your child as too young and immature to be wrestling with the ideas of Aristotle or delivering a convincing speech on the
impact that homesteading has on the environment. The one thing we can rest assured of is that our children will grow whether we as parents are prepared or not. Equip your child for the future by preparing for the challenges ahead with this tutorial on how to create a 4-year high school plan.

Parent Guide to Creating a 4-Year High School Plan

It is important to think about high school before it happens. It is important to create a 4-year high school plan for your student. This exercise will help your child know what to expect and it will keep you as a parent from scrambling your child’s senior year to cover credits you missed. Being strategic, will bring both you and your student peace and confidence during these crucial years.

These are your final four years homeschooling this child. I know you don’t want to be stressed. Plan to be strategic so that you can enjoy these years and not dread them.

Ask Questions

As you prepare your 4-year high school plan, you should include your student in the process. You will have much more success in getting your child to complete the necessary tasks to finish high school strong, if he or she is part of the process of choosing those tasks to be completed.

Homeschooling is different from classic, public schooling in so many ways. It allows for a greater flexibility in schedule and in content. Here are just a few strategic things that parents must keep in mind while preparing their child’s 4-year high school plan.

  1. Flexible High School Credits: Many states allow for creativity in which sciences you choose to complete in high school. You may have a child that would thrive taking a science in forensics but would find physics boring.
  2. Completing College Credits Early: Some states have programs that make testing out of college courses very affordable if completed in high school.
  3. Career Aspirations and Scholarships: As a parent, you will need to keep both your child’s future career aspirations in mind, as well as scholarships necessary to pay for the education to get your student in that career field.

The FREE Homeschool Parent’s Guide to Creating a Strategic 4-Year High School Plan will walk you through these pertinent questions and more!

Parent Guide to Creating a 4-Year High School Plan

Stay Flexible

The Homeschool Parent’s Guide to Creating a Strategic 4-Year High School Plan is free to download. This tool will instruct you as you process what the final four years of your child’s education will look like. You will take into account both state standards, your personal standards, and what your child’s college course of study will require for entry.

Your student may not have his or her career chosen yet, and that is perfectly natural at such a young age. We have included a career exploration mind map to help explore what career fields might fit his or her interests and skill sets currently.

The best thing about creating a 4-year high school plan is that it is meant to be flexible. You are encouraged to revisit your 4-year plan annually at a minimum in order to keep your student on track or change course if necessary. The 4-year plan is meant to serve you and your child. It is not written in stone. It can change as much or as little as you need it to in order to set both you and your student up for success.

Download the FREE 4-Year High School Plan Parent Guide

What can you expect? This free, downloadable parent aid includes the following:

  • Guidance for strategic planning
  • Career exploration mind map
  • One example 4-year high school plan
  • Two blank 4-year high school plans

Complete the form below to receive your FREE copy of The Homeschool Parent’s Guide to Creating a Strategic 4-Year High School Plan.

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Let Your Schedule Guide You, Not Enslave You

By | Homeschool Planning

People plan in a variety of ways.  Some people like lists, some like to check things off, some scribble on sticky notes all over their desks.  Regardless of the way you like to plan or schedule things, most would agree that in order to homeschool successfully, you will need some sort of plan.  The main thing all of us need to start with is a general layout, an overview schedule to guide us through our day, week, month, and year.  Once that is taken care of, each of us can then choose a more tailored, detailed plan from there.

Let Your Homeschool Schedule Guide You

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