Written by contributor Lora Lynn of Vitafamiliae.
One of the beauties of homeschooling is the flexibility it offers when life throws us curve balls.
We can punt school for a few days in the name of “learning life’s lessons” and then get back on track when we’ve recovered from our interruption.
But there are occasions where we need to plan for school to go on… without the teacher. New babies, illness, surgeries, or, in my family’s case, an adoption that requires a trip to Africa, all mean an extended absence for the homeschool teacher.
So how do homeschoolers lesson plan for our substitute teachers?