This collection has been created to shed light and answer questions surrounding different types of schooling and education. We are not trying to compare, but rather educate you on the differences. Each family will need to make their own decision regarding what works best for their child and family. There are no “right” answers. It is an individual decision that needs to be made based on your student’s individual needs, learning style, abilities, and resources.
Our goal of this Education Options collection is to allow you to dive a little deeper into the possibilities and opportunities around you!
Read Karissa and Shari’s Q & A to find out why they chose to send their children to Public Schools
Read Shari’s Q & A to find out what differences Homeschooling and Cyber schooling offers compared to traditional ways of education
Read Karissa’s Q & A with Andi, a mom that is Unschooling her kids! And find out what sets this type of learning apart from other traditional forms of education
Read Karissa’s Q & A with a local, private, Christian affiliated school, and find out what sets them apart from other traditional forms of education
Read Karissa’s Q & A with a local, private, Waldorf school, and find out what sets them apart from other traditional forms of education
Read Karissa’s Q & A with a local, private, Montessori school, and find out what sets them apart from other traditional forms of education
In this video, Shari talks about her own experience choosing a school for her son in hopes that it will help you brainstorm & make the decision that feels right for your own family.
When your child is heading into Kindergarten, you want to make sure that they are prepared & able to start school on the right foot. This free printable kindergarten readiness checklist allows you to make sure your child is on track!
Watch Shari’s video where she reminds us that whether your child is falling behind or becoming bored in class, it is important to take a proactive approach to their education.
There are so many different school options out there, which can make it difficult to figure out what might be best for your child. Print out this pros & cons worksheet to help you make this important decision!
HOME ORGANIZER FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Regardless of which school option you choose for your child, folders, papers, & other school supplies are bound to find their way to your house. They tend to clutter up the kitchen table, the counters, backpacks, or desks, which is why this simple over the door organizer is a great solution!
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Resources, therapies, and interventions can be a big part of the school decision process. We encourage you to check out the full Early Intervention collection for some advice related specifically to these topics.
It can be hard for kids to adjust back into the routine of going to school after the holiday, which is why it might be a good idea to revisit our full Back to School collection for some tips!
Featured Contributor: Andi Lambert
I’m a mom of two boys (one with special needs), I homeschool, my husband and I are currently remodeling our entire home by ourselves, I work as an interior designer, I film and produce a youtube channel, and I write…….so I’m pretty busy! But busy does not have to feel hectic and stressed. I’m always looking for ways to make my day flow better, to slow down, to take time for myself, to fully immerse myself in life without feeling overwhelmed. I started small and found that even little things contributed to my overall sense of peace.