Welcome to NextGen Homeschool’s Top Homeschooling Posts of 2013 Series! This week we’ll be sharing the top homeschooling topics — and most viewed posts — of last year based on the number of reader views and pins at NextGen Homeschool. Pin this page so you can refer back to each topic as needed: It’s a great resource as you tackle the New Year!
Schedules, planning and time management were easily the most searched topics that brought readers to NextGen Homeschool last year. How to schedule, how to lesson plan, how to balance work while homeschooling — as well as what planners and systems to use — were hot topics driving traffic at NextGen Homeschool on a daily basis!
Here are the most-viewed posts of 2013 on the topic of schedules, planning (including planners) and time management:
- What’s Working: A Daily Routine vs. Schedule
- Review: Free Online Homeschool Planner & Mardel Simple Plan
- Tuesday’s Tip: The Perfect Homeschool Planner?
- Review: Well Planned Day Homeschool Planner
- How We Manage Working While Homeschooling
- Schedules, Routines & Time Management
- Lessons From The Meeting My Schedule Forgot
Our Top Three “Ask a NextGen Homeschooler” posts of 2013 focused on this topic as well:
- How Do You Schedule Your Day?
- How Do You Handle Household Chores While Homeschooling?
- Can You Work While Homeschooling?
How are your routines or schedules working? Have you found the perfect homeschool planner? Have you found any time management tips to be particularly helpful while homeschooling? Share them below!
3 Replies to “Top Homeschooling Posts of 2013: Schedules”
Renee – My little guy is almost 4. What conferences do I need to go to to get ready for homeschooling him?
Hi Monica! Great question. I have two answers for you:
Locally, you can check the schedule for CHEC (Christian Home Educators of Colorado) and their next one-day workshop on how to get started homeschooling. I haven’t attended, but I have friends who have and said it was INVALUABLE for starting out! CHEC also hosts an annual homeschooling conference in June in Denver, with a curriculum fair, and it’s a great opportunity to go to level-specific workshops and physically look at many great curriculum offerings.
If you’re really wanting to solidify your MISSION and vision for homeschooling, I can’t say enough good things about Teach Them Diligently. I attended last year for the first time, with my SIL Rosanna (who’s been homeschooling twice as long as I have), and we both came away with a renewed mission and vision for our homeschooling that made a huge impact in our choices for this year. The closest one to us will be in Dallas, but it’s so worth it! The whole family can attend: They have special events & programs for husbands & children. We are all planning to go in 2014 because Rosanna & I loved it so much.
I’m excited for you as you explore this for your family!
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