Written by contributor Renee Tougas of FIMBY.
Our family has gone through a lot of change in the past year. We moved to a different country and have lived in three different provinces or states in the past twelve months.
My husband now works at home and our nearly thirteen-year-old daughter is going through her own monumental life change, moving from childhood to young adulthood.
These life transitions naturally affected our homeschool routines and the resources we use.
- We are English speakers now living in a francophone province. There is very limited English public library service where we live so we access more online resources than ever before.
- My husband takes a much more active part in our homeschool since moving. Specifically in the areas of his interests – computer programming, science and technology in general.
I’ve broken down our homeschool curriculum by subject, though in application we don’t live our days studying “subjects” so much as investigating, exploring and diving into our interests.