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How to Teach Multiple Ages in Your Homeschool

How to Teach Multiple Ages in Your Homeschool

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One of the questions I am most often asked by both fellow homeschoolers as well as non-homeschoolers, is, “How do you juggle multiple ages when homeschooling?”

And my answer?

I just do.

Does it get a little crazy sometimes?


There’s never a dull moment, I’ll tell you that!

And, with each new addition to the family, it does take a while to get back into the swing of things but eventually, we all find our groove again.

But honestly, I love it. And I know that it won’t last forever so I try to savor it as much as I can.

I have discovered a few helpful tips over the years, however. Want to hear?

To see all my tips, please head over to My Joy-Filled Life, where I contributed to the HELP! for the Homeschool Mom blog series. The goal is to provide homeschool moms with practical and encouraging tips, wisdom, and advice to equip, bless, and refresh them on this challenging, yet so rewarding journey.

So, please head over to My Joy-Filled Life, soak in all the tips, and then come back and let me know what your best tips for juggling multiple ages while homeschooling are.

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