Coronavirus (COVID-19) has led a number of school districts across the United States and the world to close.
Due to these unforeseen circumstances, many parents are now considering or have been compelled to homeschool their children.
For many of these parents, this is an especially stressful time full of uncertainty.
It’s important that we in the homeschooling community do not panic and show kindness and compassion towards each other during these difficult times.
If you’re new to homeschooling or if you’re looking for additional resources I’ve listed a few below.
- 7 Online Writing Classes for Homeschoolers
- 10 Educational Shows for Tweens and Teens
- 5 Online Science Classes for Homeschoolers
- Homeschooling With Hulu? 10 Documentaries You Can Watch Now
- Kathy Ceceri has a great article about emergency homeschooling and has also provided some resources.
- HSLDA Quick-Start Guide to Homeschooling
- Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Homeschooling: 5 Things to Consider
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