What method to use? What curriculum will suit us? But I don’t have the space for a schoolroom! And won’t we all kill each other if we’re together ALL THE TIME?
I meet so many people who would love to start taking advantage of the benefits homeschooling can bring, but they just don’t know where to start. It’s fair enough, most people don’t know much about homeschooling, and don’t know anyone who is homeschooling that they can ask (I certainly didn’t).
So to help you all out I wrote a course that explains 13 very important aspects of homeschooling.
This course is amazing. Designed to get new homeschoolers off on the right foot. Kelly walks you through the process at a great pace, giving you lots of food for thought, tips and guidance along the way. The questions are so thought provoking that even though I have been homeschooling for 10+ years they made me think and reconsider what steps I am currently taking in my own homeschool. I highly recommend this course to anyone just starting out or even considering homeschooling. You will not be sorry! It is the course I wish I had taken when I started, maybe I wouldn't have wasted so much time chasing my tail!" -Jen, Practical, by Default
13 lessons. Instant lifetime access.
Throughout the course, you’ll have the Fearless Homeschool community here to help you. You’re encouraged to ask questions and share your results. I love enabling people to homeschool and helping them to discover the wonderful lifestyle, strong family relationships and irreplaceable memories that it can bring!
Kelly, your course is amazing – the perfect ‘hold-my-hand’ kinda guide. It provides valuable info and support for those who want to embark on a homeschooling journey. Thank you so much for providing something so wonderful x -Fiona
You’ll also get worksheets and targeted resource lists that will help you apply your new knowledge to your situation instantly. And some free fun stuff!
Get started today! I’d love to show you how fulfilling, bonding, and downright fun homeschooling can be.
My husband, Daniel, and I have five children, and decided early on that homeschooling was worth a try. Now, with our eldest about to turn 13, none of our children have ever been to school (or kinder, or childcare). We have never regretted our decision. We've used the freedom of homeschooling to travel (over three years total so far), have a self-sufficient-ish farm (Anglo-Nubian goats are my thing), and indulge all of our interests free from age limits, schedules and other outsider-imposed restrictions. We see life as one great big experiment, with homeschooling a natural part of that.