Written by Purva Brown of The Classical Unschooler
It’s that time of year again. When April rolls around, it’s as if we all take a nice, deep breath.
Spring has finally arrived. The winter doldrums are over.
The burnt out feeling is gone and we are ready. Eager to start another year. Hope renewed. No longer tired, no longer dragging ourselves out of bed, we look forward to the smell of new books, exciting new things to learn.
Are you beginning to think about what you might need for next year? Are you going to a homeschool conference or convention soon?
Before you buy any shiny, new curriculum, before you plunk down your hard earned money in hopes that you and your kids will love it, save yourself some heartache by asking yourself these five questions.
They will help you set the tone for a better year and could even save you some heartache: